Liverpool vs. Real Madrid live stream: Champions League final, TV channel, how to watch online, odds
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Liverpool face Real Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday evening.
Liverpool and Real Madrid lock horns in the Champions League final once again tonight.
Forty-one years on from their inaugural battle in the beautiful city of Paris, Liverpool and Real Madrid reconvene just north of the French capital in Saint-Denis for the 2021-22 Champions League final on Saturday.
The Reds have a seventh title in Europe's primary competition in their sights this weekend, while continental veterans Los Blancos are aiming to get their hands on the trophy for a record-extending 14th time.
hese two teams epitomize this competition as Real have won more European titles (13) than anybody else, while Liverpool sit joint-third in the all-time list of European champions with six.
The UEFA Champions League final is finally here with Liverpool and Real Madrid meeting at Stade de France in Saint-Denis on Saturday to decide this edition's winner. It is not the first time that the pair have met in the Paris region with their 1981 encounter at Parc des Princes a 1-0 win for the Reds while their latest UCL final finished 3-1 to Los Blancos in Kyiv.
Saturday's clash sees two of Europe's heavyweights facing off while it is still an unexpected matchup given how Manchester City were overwhelming favorites to reach a second consecutive Champions League final.
Jurgen Klopp vs Carlo Ancelotti. Virgil van Dijk vs Karim Benzema. Trent Alexander-Arnold vs Vinicius Jr. Mohamed Salah vs David Alaba. The list of epic head-to-head battles goes on and on as these two European giants collide at the Stade de France to be crowned European champions.
Given that these teams met in the final in Kiev in 2017-18 (when Real prevailed) and Liverpool won the title in 2018-19, these two Goliath’s continue to dine at the top table of European soccer season-after-season and their fanbases hold this trophy in even greater esteem than winning the domestic title.
Liverpool vs. Real Madrid: Live stream Champions League final, TV channel, how to watch online, odds, time
Choose your color -- red or white. The bars and stands around Paris' Stade de France, the venue for Saturday's Champions League final, have certainly nailed their colors to the mast.
Walk past some and you could hear Liverpool's famous anthem, 'You'll Never Walk Alone,' blaring from outdoor speakers. Others had opted for Real Madrid's spine-tingling 'Hala Madrid y nada más.'
Thursday evening in the French capital had been somewhat quiet; certainly it would have been hard to guess than European football's showpiece event, moved from St. Petersburg follow Russia's invasion of Ukraine, would be taking place on Saturday.
A journey which began way back in September comes to a close Saturday when the UEFA Champions League final kicks off in in Paris as Liverpool face Real Madrid. Thirty-two teams battled through the group stage and through a wild knockout stage, but just two teams remain with the coveted silverware on the line. After 124 matches played, 379 goals, and countless memorable moments, fans around the world now get a rematch from the 2018 final with two storied clubs going at it once again. Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. ET at the Stade de France, and we'll be with you before, during and after for all the Champions League final coverage you need.
Saturday's encounter will mark the 10th time that Liverpool have appeared in the final of the European Cup/Champions League, and some may argue that they have enjoyed a relatively favourable run to the showpiece event, but as Klopp will surely stress, there are no easy fixtures in this competition.
While Inter Milan did shut out the Reds in a 1-0 Anfield win that ended up proving inconsequential, Liverpool have scored at least twice in the rest of their Champions League fixtures this term - no mean feat amid the unforgiving schedule that Klopp always has plenty to say about.
The Reds win their seventh UCL crown, getting revenge for the 2018 final, this time with a competent display in goal and Salah scoring the winner on a penalty kick. Pick: Liverpool 2, Real Madrid 1