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BT Sport to air Champions League and Europa League finals for free

BT Sport has announced that their coverage of the Champions League and Europa League finals will be free to watch in the UK.

Manchester United tackle Villarreal in Gdansk on Wednesday in the Europa League final, while Manchester City lock horns with Chelsea in the Champions League final in Porto on Saturday.

All clubs involved were given limited tickets for the fixtures, with access to stadiums still restricted amid the coronavirus pandemic.

That means there will be thousands of supporters left behind when others travel to the continent for the European finals but there is, at least, some good news.


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BT has confirmed that both UEFA finals will be available to watch for free within the UK through a number of different means.

Both finals will be available for free at btsport.com/final on the matchday, as well as on the BT Sport YouTube channel.

Viewers can also access the finals through the BT Sport app for both small screen and large-screen devices, including smart TVs and games consoles.

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BT’s coverage of the Europa League final will be hosted by Jake Humphrey, with Rio Ferdinand, Owen Hargreaves and Paul Scholes as pundits, while Ian Darke and Robbie Savage are on commentary duties.

For the Champions League final, coverage begins with a preview show on Friday hosted by Lynsey Hipgrave with Michael Owen, Owen Hargreaves and Gianfranco Zola as the pundits.

Saturday’s coverage will be hosted by Gary Lineker, with the team also featuring Rio Ferdinand, Joleon Lescott, Joe Cole, Steve McManaman, Glenn Hoddle, Darren Fletcher and Des Kelly.