Champions League final: Kick-off time and how to watch on TV and online
Posted by  badge Boss on May 28
The UEFA Champions League final will be aired on Saturday (Picture: DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

Millions of football fans have been waiting for with at the UEFA final this weekend.

For those not lucky enough to have one of approximately 70,000 to the Stade de France on Saturday, this is how you can watch the game on your TV or online.

What time is kick-off for the Champions League final?

The two teams will go head-to-head in the final match of the season at 8pm UK time and 9pm local time on Saturday.

Liverpool and Real Madrid will be playing in the Stade de France, which is based just outside of Paris in Saint-Germain.

The Champions League final will be played in the Stade de France. (Picture: Javier Soriano via Getty Images)

How to watch on TV and online

BT Sport is the official Champions League broadcaster in the UK and will show the game live, meaning paying subscribers will need to head to BT Sport 1 or BT Sport HD for coverage of the game.

Fortunately for Virgin Media subscribers, their usual paid-for BT Sport channels will become free for the duration of the game on Saturday.

The BT Sport app will also show the Champions League final for free on several devices and games consoles, including Samsung Smart TVs, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Fire TV, Android TV, NOW, Roku, Xbox One (X and S), and Playstations 4 and 5.

The final is also set to be shown for free through the website and on

Jurgen Klopp is confident going into the Champions League final against Real Madrid (Picture: Andrew Powell via Getty Images)

What can we expect from the final?

With news that from their injuries and are in contention for the final, the team’s fans are in high spirits.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: ‘The odds certainly suggest Liverpool are the ones to beat in Paris, and while our traders are seemingly convinced it’ll be another European trophy for ’s Reds, punters actually think the opposite, with the majority of money taken so far being in favour of the Spanish outsiders.’

The betting firm’s odds of Liverpool winning in 90 minutes currently stand at 21/20, compared to 2/5 for Real Madrid.

Odds of lifting the trophy present more of a mixed picture, however, with Liverpool at 8/15 and Real Madrid at 27/20.

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