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Champions League Final TV Schedule: UK, US and India

champions league logo1 Champions League Final TV Schedule: UK, US and IndiaAround the world, tens of thousands of soccer fans will be taking time off work on Wednesday in preparation for the biggest match of the year — the Champions League Final. Below we have news on which TV networks will be showing the Champions League Final in the United States, United Kingdom and India.

In the United Kingdom, the Champions League Final will be shown live on ITV and Sky Sports. Here’s the schedule from ITV, which features an incredible five hours of coverage:

  • Champions League: Greatest Goals, ITV4, 4-5pm BST
  • Champions League Final Preview, ITV4, 6-7pm BST
  • Champions League Final, ITV1, 7-10pm BST

And here’s the schedule for Sky Sports 1:

  • Champions League Final, Sky Sports 1, 6-11pm BST

In the United States, ESPN2 (and ESPN2 HD) will begin its broadcast at 2pm ET with a preview show, followed by the match which is scheduled to end at 5pm ET.

In India, the match will be shown live on television on TEN Sports beginning at 11pm local time.

For the latest Champions League news and coverage, be sure to visit our sister site Champions League Talk.

Lastly, if you plan on recording the match and watching it later, make sure you allow for extra time and penalties. There’s nothing worse than missing the end of what we hope will be a classic match.

How and where will you be experiencing the Champions League Final? Click the comments link and let us know.


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