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How to watch the Champions League Final: watch Tottenham Hotspur versus Liverpool FREE in the UK

The Spurs take on Liverpool for Europe's biggest football prize tonight at 8pm in Madrid

This is the first time in 11 years that two English teams will face off in the Champions League Final. 

Both Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool have overcome drastic odds to reach the final. Down 3-0 in the first leg against Barcelona, Liverpool completed a historic comeback to score four goals in the second leg at Anfield.

What made this even more impressive was that Liverpool was playing without two of their injured frontline strikers Mohammad Salah and Roberto Firmino.

A day later, Tottenham Hotspur pulled off another miraculous win. Down 1-0 to, the surprise package of the tournament, Ajax, Tottenham won 3-2 in Amsterdam, thereby winning on account of their away goals. Like Liverpool, the Spurs were playing without talismanic striker, Harry Kane.

Tonight, both teams will lace up with near full-strength squads. Harry Kane has declared himself fit for the Spurs’ first Champions League Final, while Liverpool have Mohammad Salah back and Roberto Firmino is declared fit, though Jurgen Klopp has not confirmed whether he will start. Midfielder Naby Keita is ruled out of the Final.

How to watch the Champions League Final for free in the UK: BT Sport and YouTube

The Champions League Final between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool is being broadcast live on BT Sport in the UK.

Coverage of the game will start at 6:30pm onwards on Saturday, 1 June. 

You can listen to live coverage of the Champions League Final between Tottenham and Liverpool on BBC Radio Five Live.

Even though BT Sport is a paid-for channel, the Champions League Final will be available to live stream for free on the BT Sport app. You can download the app on Apple, Android, Windows 10.

Alternatively, you can watch the game for free online at You can also watch the game live on BT Sport’s YouTube channel.

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How to watch the Champions League Final for free in the US: Univision

If you’re based in the United States, then you can watch the Europa League Final on the Univision website.

Kick off is on Saturday, 1 June, at 3pm Eastern Time.

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How to watch the Champions League Final in Canada: DAZN

If you’re in Canada, you can watch the Europa League Final between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool.

Kickoff is on Saturday, 1 June, at 3pm Eastern Time. Unfortunately, there are no free channels we know that are broadcasting the Final in Canada.

The best way to watch it, therefore, is by subscribing to Dazn, the new streaming service that lets you watch live and on-demand content on all of your devices wherever you are. Dazn costs $99.99 for a year or $19.99 on a monthly plan.

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How to watch the Champions League Final wherever you are: use a VPN

If you’re based outside the country and can’t watch the Champions League Final between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool on Saturday, 1 June at 8pm, then your best option is to use a VPN service to ‘virtually’ spoof your location to the country you want.

Paid VPN services are always better because they don’t have any caveats like limited bandwidth or annoying ads and pop-ups. Simply choose one of the VPN services we recommend, set your location to the UK, US or Canada, then select the service or website that’s broadcasting the Europa League Final and log into it if needed.

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Here’s how to watch the 2019 Champions League Final from anywhere using a VPN

1. Get a VPN (we recommend ExpressVPN because it’s the fastest and most reliable VPN we’ve tested for streaming and unblocking content).

2. Connect to a UK server location.

3. Stream the Champions League Final through the BT Sport YouTube button (if you’re from the UK) or through Univision (if you’re from the US).

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Tottenham Hotspur’s road to the Champions League Final

Tottenham Hotspur have never been part of a Champions League final. Mauricio Pochettino’s team knocked out Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City and Ajax en route to making their first-ever Champions League Final. Against the latter two teams, the Spurs won because of crucial away goals.

RoundTeamGoal difference
Round of 16Borussia Dortmund4-0
Quarter-finalManchester City4-4

Liverpool’s road to the Champions League Final

Liverpool are no strangers to Champions League Finals, having won the trophy five times – the last one in 2005 – and qualified for the Finals eight times. After losing to Real Madrid 3-1 in last year’s final, Liverpool will hope to hold their nerve on Saturday.

Their comeback against Barcelona when they looked down and out after the first leg will go down as one of the greatest sports comebacks in the history of the Champions League.

Here is the list of teams Liverpool defeated – with the final goal difference at the end of both legs – en route to the Champions League Final.

RoundTeamGoal difference
Round of 16Bayern Munich3-1

Tottenham versus Liverpool: A Champion against all odds

Regardless of which teams wins the Champions League tonight, it’ll be a winner against all odds because…

1. It’s the first Champions League Final between two non-group winners since 2010.

2. The first final between a team who has not won their domestic league title in this century.

3. The first champion who has lost 4 group games.

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