The most anticipated game of the 2021-22 season is nearly here with Liverpool to play Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final on May 28.
This year’s decider will take place in Paris at the Stade de France but will attract viewers from every corner of the world.
Both clubs have tasted Champions League success quite recently and enjoyed strong seasons at home in England and Spain respectively.
Finals such as these never fail to deliver some drama and Liverpool vs. Real Madrid looms as an unmissable match.
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The Sporting News wraps up where and when you can watch the UCL final from various places around the world.
What channel is Liverpool vs. Real Madrid on?
|Australia||May 29, 05:00 (AEST)||9gem||Stan Sport|
|Canada||May 28, 15:00 (ET)||–||DAZN|
|Hong Kong||May 29, 03:00 (HKT)||beIN Sports||beIN Sports Connect|
|India||May 29, 00:00 (IST)||sony sports||SonyLIV|
|Malaysian||May 29, 03:00 (MYT)||beIN Sports||beIN Sports Connect|
|new zealand||May 29, 07:00 (NZST)||–||SparkSport|
|singapore||May 29, 03:00 (SGT)||beIN Sports||beIN Sports Connect|
|UK||May 28, 20:00 (BST)||BT Sport 1/BT Sport Ultimate||BT Sport app/BT Sport YouTube|
|USES||May 28: 15:00 (ET)||CBS (EN), Univision/TUDN (ESP)||fuboTV/Paramount+|
Australia: Fans Down Under can watch the finale for free on TV via 9Gem or on the streaming service Stan Sport.
Canada: As with all Champions League matches in Canada, the final will be streamed live and on demand via DAZN.
Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore: For fans in these countries, beIN Sports is the place to find all of the action.
India: Sony Sports will show the Champions League final on TV in India, while SonyLIV will stream the match.
New Zealand: Kiwis can tune into the game via streaming service Spark Sport.
UK: The Champions League final will be available on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate for subscribers. It will also be shown free-to-air for Virgin Media customers on channel 532.
The BT Sport app will stream the Champions League final for subscribers. Additionally, a free live stream will be available on the BT Sport website and YouTube channel.
USES: The match will be available on TV via CBS (in English), and Univision and TUDN (Spanish) and all three channels are available to stream on fuboTV, which is available to new users on a free trial.
The match will also be streamed on Paramount+ for subscribers.
When was the last time Liverpool and Real Madrid won the Champions League?
Liverpool have won the UEFA Champions League most recently out of the two clubs when they defeated Tottenham 2-0 in the 2019 final.
The year before that Real Madrid were triumphant after downing the Reds 3-1.
That title was Real Madrid’s third straight and fourth in the space of just five years but they have failed to make another final since their 2018 victory.
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Prior to 2019, Liverpool’s other most recent UCL success came in 2005 when they came from three goals down to beat AC Milan on penalties.
Real Madrid and Liverpool also faced off in the 1980 final with the Reds winning 1-0 on that occasion.
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