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Champions League final 2024: Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid – date, time, how to watch, TV channels and online streaming

Can Jude Bellingham see off his former club in the Champions League final?

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Real Madrid go in search of their record-extending 15th European Cup/Champions League crown when they take on Borussia Dortmund at Wembley.

The Spanish champions are the overwhelming favourites to claim the trophy and complete a domestic and continental double under veteran boss Carlo Ancelotti.

Standing in their way are a Dortmund outfit who have surpassed expectations to reach the showpiece. Edin Terzic’s side could only manage a fifth-placed finish in the Bundesliga but did see off highly fancied Paris Saint-Germain in the semi-finals.

Can they pull off another surprise? It’s a match you won’t want to miss. In this article we will tell you everything you need to know.


Where is it being staged and what time does it start?

The game kicks off at 2000 UK BST on Saturday, June 1 and takes place at Wembley Stadium in London.


How do I watch it on TV?

In the UK, the game is being shown live on TNT Sports as they have the rights to broadcast the Champions League. It is on TNT Sports 1 with the programme starting at 1800 BST.


Can I stream it?

Yes, and the good news is you can do it for free!

All you have to do is register an account on discovery+ and you can watch the game. There is no need to sign up to a package or subscription.

You can watch it on a number of different devices, including your smartphone, tablet, laptop or smart TV.

Alternatively, check out our betting partners to see if they are showing it free on their platforms.


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Is it on YouTube?

Not this time no. Previous major games were shown on BT Sport’s YouTube channel but their merger with Eurosport means the games are instead shown on discovery+.


What if you fancy a bet on the game?

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Jon Fisher

Jon has over 20 years' experience in sports journalism having worked at the Press Association, Goal and Stats Perform, covering three World Cups, an Olympics and numerous other major sporting events.