Champions League final: kick-off time and how to watch it on TV and online | Soccer

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The UEFA Champions League final will be broadcast on Saturday (Image: DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

This is what millions of football fans have been waiting for Liverpool’s clash with Real Madrid in this weekend’s UEFA Champions League final.

If you are not lucky enough to have one of around 70,000 tickets for the Stade de France on Saturday, you can follow the game on your TV or online this way.

When does the Champions League final kick off?

The two teams meet in the final game of the season 8pm UK time and 9 p.m. local time on Saturday.

Liverpool and Real Madrid play at the Stade de France, which is based in Saint-Germain outside of Paris.

A long shot of the Stade de France

The final of the Champions League will be held at the Stade de France. (Image: Javier Soriano via Getty Images)

So you see on TV and online

BT sport is the official broadcaster of the Champions League in the UK and will broadcast the game live which means paying subscribers have to go there BT sport 1 or BT Sport HD for coverage of the game.

Luckily for Virgin Media subscribers, their usual paid BT Sport channels will be free for the duration of Saturday’s game.

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

The final should also be shown free of charge on the BT Sport website and on YouTube.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp

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

What can we expect from the final?

With messages that Two key Liverpool players have largely recovered from their injuries and are in contention for the final, with team fans in high spirits.

Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati said: “The odds certainly suggest that Liverpool are the ones to beat in Paris and while our dealers seem confident it will be another European trophy for Jurgen Klopp’s Reds, think the players actually do the opposite, with most of the money so far going in favor of Spanish underdogs.’

Bookmaker odds for Liverpool to win in 90 minutes are currently 21/20 compared to 2/5 for Real Madrid.

However, the odds of lifting the cup paint a rather mixed picture as Liverpool are 8/15 and Real Madrid 27/20.

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