Champions League

Champions League final 2022: TV channel, live stream, tickets

Jude Summerfield
The UEFA Champions League final will be contested at the end of May
The UEFA Champions League final will be contested at the end of May / Pierre-Philippe Marcou - Pool/GettyImages

The Champions League final will bring down the curtain on club football around Europe when it's contested at the end of May.

Here's everything you need to know about the final and how to watch it.

Which teams are in the 2021/22 Champions League final?

Liverpool and Real Madrid will battle it out in this year's final after they triumphed over Villarreal and Manchester City respectively.

What date & time is the 2021/22 Champions League final?

The Champions League final will be contested on Saturday 28 May and kicks off at 8pm BST.

2021/22 Champions League final on TV

In the United Kingdom, every Champions League game is available to watch on BT Sport.

Last season's final between Chelsea and Manchester City was made available to stream for free by BT at and on their YouTube channel but it remains to be seen if they will do that again this year.

For those in the United States, the final will be shown on CBS and Paramount+ in English and Univision in Spanish.

2021/22 Champions League final venue

The Covid-19 pandemic saw UEFA change their plans for slated venues for the past two finals. The Allianz Arena was originally scheduled to host the 2022 final, but due to the ongoing pandemic the 2020 final was moved from Istanbul to Lisbon, with the Allianz getting the 2023 event and 2022 going to the Kretovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg.

Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, UEFA called an emergency meeting in late February and decided to move the final from Saint Petersburg to the Stade de France in Paris. Amsterdam, Barcelona and Rome were among the cities also considered.

France has not hosted a Champions League final since 2006, when Barcelona beat Arsenal in Saint-Denis.

2021/22 Champions League final tickets

Liverpool have confirmed an allocation of 19,618 tickets for the final, with a further 382 top-category seats available for players’ allocation and staff, travelling club staff and VIPs. Prices range from just under £600 to £50 dependent on category.

Tickets from the Reds have already started to go on sale through a ballot, though entry requirements need to be met. You can find on sale dates here.

Real Madrid also have an allocation of 20,000 tickets and have issued a ticket application deadline of 12pm Thursday 5 May to 12pm Tuesday 10 May to their fans.

Their prices range from €60 to €690, dependent on category.