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Giant coverage for Spanish giants

Seven mega clashes involving either of Spanish giants Real Madrid or Barcelona over 42 days promise an unrivalled feast for European football devotees.

Starting on Wednesday with the Copa Del Rey fixture between Real Madrid and Barcelona, SuperSport will broadcast an additional six matches that include Champions League and La Liga ties.

The clashes begin amid the exciting African Cup of Nations and confirms the breadth of SuperSport’s football coverage.


BROADCAST DETAILS (all times are CAT, SA, GMT+2)

Wednesday: Real Madrid v Barcelona (Copa Del Rey, first leg), SS6, 10pm.
February 13: Real Madrid v Manchester United (Champions League, first leg), SS3, 9.45pm.
February 20: AC Milan v Barcelona (Champions League, first leg), SS3, 9.45pm.
February 27: Barcelona v Real Madrid (Copa Del Rey, second leg), SS3, 10pm.
March 2: Real Madrid v Barcelona (La Liga), TBC.
March 5: Manchester United v Real Madrid (Champions League, second leg), SS3, 9.45pm.
March 12: Barcelona v AC Milan (Champions League, second leg), SS3, 9.45pm


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