The domestic football season is over, but the European football season is not. BT Sport has announced plans to make the 2021 Europa League Finals and UEFA Champions League available for all to watch in the UK for free.
It continues the decision of the sports broadcaster over the past several years so that football fans can have easy access to showpiece football events. So whether you want to watch Manchester UDT v Villarreal or Man City v Chelsea, you will be able to do it for free on TV, online or mobile.
The matches will be watched at HD and 4K resolution and for the first time they will be made available at an HFR (high frame rate) of 60fps. So viewers will not only get to watch matches in ultra high definition, but they will also be able to watch in the most comfortable, flicker-free manner. BT Sport app users will also get access to matches in the High Dynamic Range (HDR).
Where can I watch the UEFA Champions League and Europa League finals?
Both games will be made available free of charge to watch as well as on www.btsport.com/final BT Sport YouTube Channel And for small and large screen devices via the BT Sport app including PlayStation, Xbox, Samsung Smart TV and Amazon Fire.
For those with access to Virgin Media, the final will be on Virgin Channel 532 (HD) and 533 (UHD).
BT Sport’s coverage of the UEFA Europa League final in Gdansk between Manchester UDT vs Villarreal will begin at 6.30pm on Wednesday 26th.Th May BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 4K on UHD. The event will be hosted by Jake Humphrey and will include Rio Ferdinand, Owen Hargreaves, Paul Scholes, Robbie Savage and Ian Darke as part of the team.
If the pre-match thing makes you bored, then wait for the kick-off at 8 pm.
The coverage of the All-English Champions League final between Man City vs Chelsea is actually Friday 28th. Starts withTh May, with a live preview show at 8pm on BT Sport 1, hosted by Linsey Hipgrave with guests Michael Owen, Gianfranco Zola and Owen Hargreaves.
Coverage of the finals begins at 4 pm on Saturday May 29 at UHD on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 4, hosted by Gary Lineker and as part of the evening by Rio Ferdinand, Jolene Lescott, Joe Cole, Steve McManaman, Featuring Glenn Hoddle, Darren Fletcher and Des Kelly. Vaccination. The match starts at 8 pm.
This time will also be applicable for those viewing on other devices and platforms.
Final Sky will not be made available to subscribers for free, but as part of the recent BT Sport / Sky tie-up, BT Sport channels can be added to the Sky Q package more easily than in previous years.
You can also get BT Sport on the Now streaming service, and if you are a BT Sport subscriber, you can watch the finals via Watch Together mode, where a maximum of three friends can share a video and chat amongst themselves Huh. The feature is currently available on iOS, Android and Apple TV devices. You can find out how to use the Matchday Experience features here.