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Leicester City vs FC Copenhagen 2016 live stream: game time, TV schedule and how to watch Champions League online

The Foxes are in Copenhagen, but this time no one’s dressed as a Ninja Turtle

FC Copenhagen v Leicester City FC - UEFA Champions League Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images

The last time Leicester City were in Copenhagen, it was a frivolous visit. A mid season break to celebrate that things were going well, even if it might not stay that way.

This visit is somewhat different. With the possibility that a certain, albeit unlikely, set of results would send the Foxes through as winners of their fist ever Champions League group, this is a much more serious affair.

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FC Copenhagen appear to have been undersold as the group’s 4th seed. They comfortably outclassed Brugge in their only home game so far, and pushed Porto and Leicester close away from home. In some circles they are considered the favourites today and it should certainly be a great game.

For more build up to the game, see Jamie’s match preview and check out below for all the information on how to watch this exciting UCL clash, along with team news and lineups when they come.

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark, Parken Stadium

Kick-off time: 19:45 PM GMT, 15:45 PM Eastern, 12:45 AM Pacific

Available TV: BT Sport, ESPN3 (US), TSN (Canada)

Available streaming: BT Sport live streaming (UK), Fox Soccer 2Go, WatchESPN (US), TSN Go (Canada)

For full international listings see

Leicester City Team News:

Ahmed Musa, who limped off after scoring against Spurs, will be fit and ready to go. However, record signing Islam Slimani, held out of this weekend’s action, will not be risked as his injury lingers longer than expected. Those are the only changes, with Mendy still a long term absentee.

FC Copenhagen Team News:

The Danes are missing none of this season’s major contributors, but Danny Amankwaa, Nicolai Boilesen and Bashkim Kadrii are all unlikely to feature.


Leicester City:


Olsen; Ankersen, Zanka, Johansson, Augistinsson; Falk, Kvist, Delaney, Verbic; Santander, Cornelius

Here’s to a great second night too.

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