Champions League Final on TV: Liverpool vs. Real Madrid details
English-language coverage of the 2021/22 UEFA Champions League Final on TV is available across CBS and Paramount+. Featuring Real Madrid against Liverpool, the match decides the true kings of Europe. Subsequently, Spanish-language coverage of the final is on Univision and TUDN. Champions League Final on TV: How to watch Kickoff time: 3PM ET / Noon […]
English-language coverage of the 2021/22 UEFA Champions League Final on TV is available across CBS and Paramount+. Featuring Real Madrid against Liverpool, the match decides the true kings of Europe. Subsequently, Spanish-language coverage of the final is on Univision and TUDN.
Champions League Final on TV: How to watch
Kickoff time: 3PM ET / Noon PT – Saturday, May 28
Watch now (in USA): Live on Paramount+ and fuboTV (in English-language)
Commentators: Clive Tyldesley and Rob Green (plus rules analyst Christina Unkel)
US TV: Match is on CBS network
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In the studio for CBS, expect host Kate Abdo joined by pundits Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards. Sideline reporters are Peter Schmeichel, Jules Breach, Guillem Balagué and Jenny Chiu. Pre-match coverage begins at 1:30PM ET, live from Stade de France, near Paris.
Got to give CBS Sports loads of credit for hiring a dream team of all-star studio pundits for their coverage of the UEFA Champions League.
Thierry Henry, Peter Schmeichel, Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards. Hosted by the excellent Kate Abdo. #UCLfinal
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CBS Sports Network and Paramount+ also showcase an hour of post-match coverage with Abdo, Henry, Carragher and Richards immediately following the match.
Equally important, TelevisaUnivision is broadcasting live from Paris, France. Furthermore, pre-match coverage begins at 2PM ET on Univision and TUDN. Subsequently, TUDN’s analysts include Javier Zanetti and Bambam Zamorano. Plus other experts working are Diego Balado, Luis Omar Tapia, Lindsay Casinelli, Tony Cherchi, Daniel Chanona and Alan Tacher.
The advantages of broadcasting Champions League on-site
Finally, in a call this week with US journalists, Abdo shared her thoughts about covering the game in France.
“One of the best broadcasts we’ve probably done as a CBS family was the Concacaf Nations League Final in Denver,” explained Abdo. “And that was just because we were in the middle of the stadium. We had an incredible position, and energy because it was Mexico against United States — the fanbases were all there.
“As a Champions League team, we only really got to do it once where we took the main studio where Jamie, Peter and I went to the Atalanta game [in Bergamo]. As a live broadcast, you always feed off that energy differently. So I’m super excited [about broadcasting the Champions League Final on TV from Stade de France].”