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Manchester City vs Chelsea live streaming: Watch Champions League Final online

This article provides information on how to live stream Manchester City vs Chelsea in UEFA Champions League Final on Saturday 29 May 2021.
Manchester City vs Chelsea live streaming: Watch Champions League Final online
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Manchester City vs Chelsea live streaming: Key information to watching online  

Below are two options to live stream Manchester City vs Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League Final.

Option 1: Manchester City vs Chelsea live stream on FuboTV (America)

If you’re in America, you can watch Manchester City vs Chelsea online on FuboTV.

Here are the FuboTV sign-up instructions: 

– Go to FuboTV 

– Fill in sign-up details (email, password & confirm ZIP) 

– Choose plan & add-ons 

– Checkout (start 7-day free trial)  

– Sit back & watch the Manchester City vs Chelsea UEFA Champions League Final.

Option 2:  Watch Manchester City vs Chelsea online from anywhere in the world

If you are unable to access FuboTV, a VPN could help provide a solution.  

In our experience, ExpressVPN is the best service around. Sign up as follows. 

Go to 

– Click on ‘Get ExpressVPN’ 

– Choose plan 

– Enter email & payment details 

ExpressVPN offers all new users a free 30-day trial. That’s an unbeatable offer. 

Manchester City vs Chelsea live streaming: Preview 

Manchester City vs Chelsea live streaming: Watch Champions League Final online

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – MAY 08: Sergio Agüero of Manchester City takes a penalty that is saved by Edouard Mendy (Not pictured) of Chelsea during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Chelsea at Etihad Stadium on May 08, 2021 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

For the second time in three years, it’s an all English UEFA Champions League Final.

728 days ago, Liverpool beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid.

Now, 326 miles north-east in Porto, Manchester City and Chelsea do battle for the right to call themselves champions of Europe.

To get here, Chelsea have overcome Atlético de Madrid, Porto and then Real Madrid in the semi-finals.

Ironically, despite playing Porto in the last eight, they had to get to the final to play in the city of Porto, with both of those legs played in Seville.

In the semi-finals, the Blues drew 1-1 in Valdebebas before beating Real Madrid 2-0 at Stamford Bridge; Timo Werner and Mason Mount the scorers in the latter.

Thus, they’re through to their third Champions League Final after losing to Manchester United in 2008 on penalties but then winning a shootout against Bayern Munich in Munich four years later.

As for Manchester City, they’ve scored exactly twice in all six of their matches in the knockout stages.

First, Borussia Mönchengladbach were swatted aside, both of those legs played in Budapest, before wins over Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain.

In the semis, a comeback 2-1 victory at Parc des Princes was followed by a 2-0 victory at home; Riyad Mahrez scoring three times over those two legs.

Already this season, Manchester City have won the Premier League title and the Carabao Cup.

This means they’ve now won 16 major domestic honours in the last decade.

But this is the competition they really crave; Man City’s only European title, to date was the Cup Winners’ Cup Final won in 1970, beating Górnik Zabrze in the final.

Chelsea, of course, have won this trophy in 2012, as well as the Europa League in 2013 and 2019, the 1998 UEFA Super Cup and two Cup Winners’ Cups, in 1971 and 1998.

Thomas Tuchel, who led out PSG in the Champions League Final nine months ago, is the first man to manager two different clubs in back-to-back finals.

He’ll be hoping to be walking away with a different colour medal this season.

Given the two Head Coaches in charge, this is likely to be a serious tactical battle.

Who will become champions of Europe at Estádio do Dragão?

Prediction: Manchester City 2-1 Chelsea

This is the eighth European Cup Final, all since 2000, where both teams competing are from the same country.

Both of Chelsea’s previous appearances in Champions League Finals have gone to penalties after 1-1 draws.

On both occasions, as was the case this season, they changed Head Coach mid-way through the season.

Having won the Champions League in 2009 and 2011, Pep Guardiola is looking to win the trophy for a third time as a manager.

If Man City did win, the 12 year gap between a first and most recent triumph would be the third biggest in European Cup history.

Only Ernst Happel (Feyenoord 1970 and Hamburger SV 1983) and Jupp Heynckes (Real Madrid 1998 and Bayern Munich 2013) have won the competition further apart as managers.

The club Pep Guardiola has lost to most as a manger: Chelsea.

Manchester City vs Chelsea live streaming: Watch Champions League Final online

Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech celebrates scoring their first goal of the game with teammate Timo Werner (right) during the FA Cup semi final match at Wembley Stadium, London. Picture date: Saturday April 17, 2021. (Photo by Adam Davy/PA Images via Getty Images)

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Manchester City vs Chelsea live streaming: Watch UEFA Champions League Final online, preview and predictions FAQs

When does Manchester City vs Chelsea kick off?
20:00 (UK), Saturday 29 May 2021.
What is the best way to watch Manchester City vs Chelsea?
USA: Fubo TV. Anywhere else: Express VPN.
What is the 101 Great Goals prediction for Manchester City vs Chelsea?
Manchester City 2-1 Chelsea.