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The biggest regional football competition in the world will reach its final, as Tottenham take on Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League Final. This is The Roar’s guide to streaming the match online, or watching it on TV.
The match is scheduled to be played at the Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid in Spain, with kick-off set for 5am (AEST) on Sunday, June 2.
The official broadcast and digital rights to the Champions League – as well as Europe’s other big regional tournaments in Australia – belong to Optus Sport.
For that reason, the UEFA Champions League is technically a live stream only affair.
To stream the coverage on Optus Sport, you will need to either have a mobile plan with Optus ensuring the Sports package is included in your plan, or sign up for an Optus Sport account, which is worth $15 per month.
You can also stay across all the happenings in Madrid with The Roar as we bring you a live blog and highlights of all the action from 5am (AEST) on Sunday morning.
If you want to watch the clash between Liverpool and Tottenham in Australia on the big screen, then you will need to be able to stream the Optus coverage through a Chromecast or Apple TV device.
Fetch TV, provided by Optus, could also be another option to get the coverage on TV as no Australian TV network will screen the game.