Dortmund vs Bayern Munich live stream, tv channel and team news


Dortmund return to the Bundesliga after an impressive 4-1 victory over Sevilla on the road in the Champions League as Jude Bellingham became the youngest captain to score in the competition. The Der Klassiker stares at us in the face as Bayern Munich visit the Signal Iduna Park on Saturday.


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Dortmund are expected to seize the opportunity over a struggling Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga even as the Bavarians sit third on the table.


The Der Klassiker (The Classic) and widely known as the “German Clásico”, is one of the biggest club football rivalries in Europe. The two sides are among the most successful in Germany. 


This season would witness new faces like Sadio Mané, who recently joined the Bavarians from Premier League side, Liverpool. Also, Matthijs de Ligt, Ryan Gravenberch, Nico Schlotterbeck and Karim Adeyemi are expected to make their first appearance in the famous German football rivalry.


Date and kickoff time

Borussia Dortmund will take on Bayern Munich by 5:30 PM BST Saturday, October 8th 2022, in the 134th meeting of the Der Klassiker at the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund.


BST: 5:30 PM 

CEST: 6:30 PM

Eastern Time: 12:30 PM

Central Time:  11:30 PM

Mountain Time: 10:30 AM

Pacific Time: 09:30 AM

Gulf Standard Time: 8:30 PM

Indian Standard Time: 10:00 PM


Where to watch Dortmund vs Bayern Munich live stream and TV channel  in the UK, USA and other countries 


UK and Ireland: Sky Sports Football


Australia: Kayo Sports, beIN SPORTS 2, beIN Sports Connect, Foxtel Now

Canada: Sportsnet World, Sportsnet Now Plus, Sportsnet World Now,, Sportsnet Now

Egypt: beIN Sports HD 3, beIN Sports English 3, beIN SPORTS CONNECT

France: beIN Sports 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, Free

Germany: Sky Sport Bundesliga 1, Sky Go, WOW, Sky Sport Bundesliga UHD

India: Sony LIV, SONY TEN 2, SONY TEN 2 HD, JioTV

Mexico: Sky HD, Blue To Go Video Everywhere

Netherlands: Viaplay Netherlands

New Zealand: beIN Sports Connect New Zealand, Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports

Nigeria: Startimes World Football, Canal+ Sport 4 Afrique, StarTimes App

Norway: Viaplay Norway, V Sport Ultra HD, V Sport 1

Portugal: Eleven Sports 1 Portugal

South Africa: Startimes World Football, StarTimes App

Spain: #Vamos


Team News


Borussia Dortmund

In the build-up to the game, Borussia Dortmund had a fantastic showing on the road as they defeated Sevilla to claim the second spot in Group G of the Champions League.


With a long list of injury reports, Dortmund will be without some important players like Giovanni Reyna, Marco Reus and Mats Hummels.


Giovanni Reyna (muscle strain), Marco Reus (Ankle injury), Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (Shoulder injury), Mateu Morey (Meniscus injury), and Mahmoud Dahoud (Shoulder injury) will not be available for the game.


Bayern Munich

The Bavarians thrashed Viktoria Plzeň 5-0 to establish a three-point gap with second-placed Inter Milan Group C.

Ahead of the meeting with Borussia Dortmund, Bayern will also miss out on key players like Thomas Müller, Kingsley Coman and Lucas Hernandez.


Thomas Müller and Joshua Kimmich (COVID-19), Paul Wanner(Unknown) Lucas Hernandez (Groin injury), Kingsley Coman (Hamstring), Bouna Sarr (Tendon injury)