How to watch the Copa del Rey quarter-finals on TV and live stream

James Cormack
Eight teams remain in the 2022/23 Copa del Rey
Eight teams remain in the 2022/23 Copa del Rey / Quality Sport Images/GettyImages

The business end of the 2022/23 Copa del Rey is upon us, and the draw threw up some tantalising quarter-final ties.

The dominant forces in this competition, Barcelona and Real Madrid, have each avoided scares to advance into the last eight, but both teams have their work cut out if they're to progress deeper into Spain's biggest domestic cup competition.

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The holders Real Betis are out, but a familiar face is poised to inscribe their name on the trophy come the end of the campaign.

When do the Copa del Rey quarter-finals start?

The 2022/23 Copa del Rey quarter-finals begin on Wednesday night with Barcelona hosting Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou. The round concludes with the Madrid derby on Thursday night as Atletico make the trip to the Bernabeu.

Copa del Rey quarter-finals fixtures

  • Barcelona vs Real Sociedad (25/01/23) - 20:00
  • Osasuna vs Sevilla (25/01/23) - 21:00
  • Valencia vs Athletic Club (26/01/23) - 17:00
  • Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid (26/01/23) - 20:00

How to watch the Copa del Rey quarter-finals

Viaplay claimed the broadcasting rights to the Copa del Rey in the UK, and this channel costs £11.99 per month through Sky and Virgin Media.

ESPN+ will be streaming all four quarter-final ties in the US. This streaming service costs $9.99 per month.