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The European football season gets its big climax this evening as Real Madrid and Juventus battle it out in Cardiff in the UEFA Champions League final.
It promises to be a cracker, two of Europe’s heavyweights going to-to-toe in front of 75,000 at the Principality (Millennium) Stadium.
A clash of styles, of course. Zinedine Zidane’s star-studded attack taking on Max Allegri’s miserly defence. Buffon, Ramos, Chiellini, Modric, Alves, Bale, Higuain, Ronaldo.
Real, winners in two of the past three seasons, can become the first team to retain the trophy since the switch to the Champions League format in 1992. Juventus, beaten on each of their last four final appearances, are looking for their first triumph since 1996.
How you can watch the Champions League final for free
The game kicks off at 7:45pm and will be available for free on BT Sport’s website.
The broadcasting company also announced the games would be available for viewing on YouTube, as well as their Showcase HD TV channel which is available on Freeview.
BT Sport also revealed fans will be able to see the game in 360 degree virtual reality through a number of streams available on YouTube and the new BT Sport Virtual Reality App.
Settle in, crack open a cold one and enjoy!
The UEFA Champions League Final an annual continental club football competition organised by the Union of European Football Associations and contested by top-division European clubs. The 2017 UEFA Champions League Final between Juventus and Real Madrid is set for Saturday, June 3 in Cardiff, Wales. Juventus and Real Madrid will square off to lift the biggest soccer club trophy in the world. Kickoff is set for 2:45 p.m. ET.
Spanish-based Real Madrid won the title last year and a victory would give the club its third European Championship in four years and 12th overall, most all time. They are led by Cristiano Ronaldo, Toni Kroos and Marcelo, among others.
Champions League Final
Juventus, from Italy, has not lost during the entire 2016-17 Champions League season, and a win would give that side a third European Championship. Juventus relies on defense — it has not permitted a goal since the group stage ended on Nov. 22 — and the goal-scoring threat of Gonzalo Higuain.
The Champions League is a season-long tournament made up of teams from Europe’s top four domestic leagues — Spain, England, Germany, and Italy — as well as qualifiers from other nations including France and the Netherlands.
Real Madrid vs Juventus
Following group-stage play, which operates like a pool play format, 16 teams advanced to the knockout stage. While the knockout round features two-leg, home-and-home matchups, the final is one game winner take all and played at a predetermined neutral site, like the Super Bowl.
Champions League Final 2017
Below find scores, live updates, schedule and results for the 2017 UEFA Champions League.
2017 UEFA Champions League Final: Game Time
Kickoff for the final between Juventus and Real Madrid will be 2:45 p.m. ET. The game will be played in the National Stadium of Wales, in Cardiff.
2017 UEFA Champions League Final: TV Channel
The match will air in English on FOX and in Spanish on ESPN Deportes.
2017 UEFA Champions League Final : Watch Online
The match will be streamed live online in English on FoxSports2Go and in Spanish on WatchESPN.
When is the Champions League final?
Real Madrid will face Juventus in the Champions League final at Cardiff’s National Stadium of Wales on June 3.
The stadium is normally known as the Millennium Stadium or Principality Stadium but has adopted the temporary new name to comply with Uefa sponsorship regulations.
John Petter, CEO BT Consumer, said: “Making the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League available for free to everyone in the UK shows that BT really is serious about making sport much more accessible to the public.