All eyes of the soccer world are on one game as the UEFA Champions League, the world’s most-watched elite club soccer competition, crowns its champion. Spanish powerhouses and crosstown rivals Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid square off in the final at Lisbon’s Stadium of Light for the world’s most coveted club prize, live on Saturday, May 24, on FOX at 2:00 p.m. ET.
Completing two stunning semifinal victories, both Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are riding significant momentum into Lisbon after knocking out last year’s champion Bayern Munich and English giant Chelsea, respectively.
Coverage begins with the UEFA Champions League Preview Show on FOX Sports 1 at 1:00 p.m. ET, which relives the journey of the two remaining teams in the tournament, leading up to the grand all-Spanish finale. Johnson and Wynalda partner again from Lisbon, along with sideline reporter Georgie Thompson.
Rob Stone hosts pregame, halftime and postgame coverage of the UEFA Champions League Final from the FOX Network Center in Los Angeles with analysts Warren Barton and Brian McBride. Joining Stone, Barton and McBride for UEFA Champions League Final studio coverage is Tottenham’s star goalkeeper, American Brad Friedel.
UEFA Champions League Final
Who: Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid
US TV: FOX and FOX Deportes
Live Streaming: FOX Soccer 2GO
Coverage starts: 2pm ET
Kickoff time: 2:45pm ET
While not confirmed, the FOX Soccer 2GO live streaming typically has the world feed for commentators instead of Gus Johnson/Eric Wynalda.