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The Europa League will reach its conclusion on Thursday, May 17 at 4:45am (AEST) with Olympique de Marseille set to do battle with Atletico Madrid in the final. This is The Roar‘s guide to streaming the match online and watching it on TV.
While the Champions League takes much of the limelight, the Europa League is still the second biggest club competition in the UEFA region.
Marseille qualified for the final after beating Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg in extra time. Atletico had it tougher as they fought their way past English giants Arsenal.
The final will be broadcast exclusively in Australia on BeIN Sports, which is available a number ways.
They will broadcast the match on BeIN Sports 1, which can be found at Channel 280 in high definition and 513 in standard definition, with coverage set to start at 4am (AEST) with a pre-game show and end at 7:30am (AEST) following a post-game show.
To watch the coverage on Foxtel, you will need to have a valid Foxtel TV subscription, complete with the sports package.
There are multiple ways to stream the Europa League final online.
The Foxtel App is better if you already have a TV subscription, while packages with the sports package for Foxtel Now start from $39 per month.
Here at The Roar, we will also be running a live blog of all the action so you won’t miss a moment.
Match: Olympique de Marseille vs Atletico Madrid
Kick-off: 4:45am (AEST), Thursday, May 17
Venue: Parc Olympique Lyonnais (Stade de Lyon), Lyon, France
TV: Live, BeIN Sports
Online: Live, Foxtel app, Foxtel now, Fetch TV (Optus), BeIN Sports connect
Referee: Björn Kuipers (Netherlands)
Olympique de Marseille
1. Romain Cagnon (GK), 2. Hiroki Sakai, 4. Boubacar Kamara, 5. Lucas Ocampos, 6. Rolando, 8. Morgan Sanson, 10. Dimitri Payet (c), 11. Kostas Mitroglou, 12. Henri Bedimo, 13. Aymen Abdennour, 14. Clinton N’Jie, 16. Yohann Pele (GK), 17. Bouna Sarr, 18. Jordan Amavi, 19. Luiz Gustavo, 20. Christopher Rocchia, 22. Gregory Sertic, 23. Adil Rami, 26. Florian Thauvin, 27. Maxime Lopez, 28. Valere Germain, 29. Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, 30. Steve Mananda, 35. Yusuf Sari, 40. Florian Escales
2. Diego Godin, 3. Filipe Luis, 5. Thomas Partey, 6. Koke, 7. Antoine Griezmann, 8. Saul Niguez, 9. Fernando Torres, 11. Angel Correa, 13. Jan Oblak (GK), 14. Gabi (c), 15. Stefan Savic, 16. Sime Vrsaljko, 18. Diego Costa, 19. Lucas Hernandez, 20. Juanfran, 21. Kevin Gameiro, 23. Vitolo, 24. Jose Gimenez, 25. Axel Werner (GK), 26. Juan Moreno, 27. Keidi Bare, 29. Segi Gonzalez 30. Olabe, 33. Antonio Moya, 37. Arona Sane, 45. Carlos Isaac
4:30am – Pre-match anthems, ceremony
4:45am – Kick-off
5:35am – Half-time
5:50am – Second half kick-off
6:40am – Full-time (unless extra-time is required)