Audi Cup 2013 Bayern Munich vs Manchester City (Live Stream and TV schedule)

Audi_Cup_2013 (3)Early substitution due to injury for Sao Paolo CB Miranda saw Silva replaces him in the 13th minute. At the end of the game, Arjen Robben was recognised as the Most Valuable Player of the Day. In the earlier game between AC Milan and Manchester City, Edin Dzeko was recognised as the Most Valuable Player of the Day.

Yesterday Bayern Muchen didn’t concede any goals, while Manchester City though leading with 5 goals, did concede 3 quick goals. The pre-season friendly is an especially good day to be on field for Bastian Schweinsteiger who found the entire stadium singing Happy Birthday to him on his 29th birthday. The game for 3rd place between AC Milan and São Paulo Futebol Clube – S.P.F.C. saw Kingsley Boateng’s match winning goal ensure Massimiliano Allegri’s charge finish in 3rd place.

It’s exciting to see which team wins Audi Cup 2013 with both teams playing under the leadership of new managers, Manuel Pellegrini for Manchester City, and Pep Guardiola for Bayern München. In fact in preparing for his role, coach has even started speaking a fair bit of Deutsche ensuring he spoke a considerable amount of German at yesterdays’ post match interview. It would be exciting to see last season’s treble winners take home Audi Cup 2013 in front of a home crowd. 56,500 fans were in attendance at yesterdays’ 2nd game. In its inaugural year in 2009, Allianz Arena saw Bayern Munich lift the trophy. The game for 1st place between Bayern Munich and Manchester City is being aired 8/01 20:30 CEST on (TV: ESPN2, Live Stream: ESPN3).


(TV schedule)
Worldwide Media Coverage of Audi Cup 2013

Audi Cup 2013 – Territories covered

Territory and broadcaster


Afghanistan: Tolo/Lemar TV
Albania and Kosovo: DigitAlb (Supersport)
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgisistan,Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan: LimeTV, KAZ Sports Channel

Belgium and Luxembourg: Belgacom
Bosnia, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia: SportKlub
Bulgaria: TV7/News7
Czech Republic and Slovakia: Digisport
Cyprus: Lumiere TV
Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Luthuania, Norway, Sweden: Viasat

France and Monaco: BeIn
Germany, Austria and Switzerland: RTL
Greece: OTE
Iceland: 365 Media
Israel: The Sports Channel
Italy and San Marino, Malta: Mediaset
Netherlands: Sport1
Poland: Polsat
Portugal: SportTV
Romania and Moldova: Digisport
Russia: NTV Plus
Spain and Andorra: TV3/TVG
Turkey: NTVSpor
United Kingdom, Ireland: ESPN/BT


USA, Puerto Rico, Haiti, US Virgin Islands: ESPN
Mexico, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Panama: MVS Multivision, Canal 9
Jamaica & Caribian: Sportsmaxx

Brazil: Rede Tv, SporTV, ESPN Brasil

Latin America: Fox Sports

Middle East/Africa
Middle East and North Africa: Abu Dhabi Sports
Sub-Saharan Africa: Supersport


China and Taiwan: Shanghai, Beijing, GDTV, Shangdong and Liaoning TV plus Sina and PPTV as New Media

Mongolia: Channel 1
Hong Kong: I-Cable
Indian Subcontinent: Sony / SET
Indonesia: RCTI
Japan: J-Sports
Myanmar: SkyNet
Singapore: Starhub
South Korea: SBS ESPN
Thailand, Laos, Cambodia: Truevision
Vietnam: VTV, VTC

Oceania: Setanta