Watch Champions League Final for free

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Football enthusiasts will have the opportunity to watch the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund at no cost.

Jude Bellingham, returning to Wembley Stadium, has the chance to cap off an impressive debut season with Los Blancos by securing the prestigious European trophy. The 20 year old English player, who has already clinched La Liga and contributed 23 goals and 12 assists in 41 matches, will face his former team on the revered grounds of English football.

On the other hand, Edin Terzic's squad can overcome their past disappointments, having lost their previous Champions League final at Wembley back in 2013. Football fans can witness all this excitement without spending a penny.

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This year, TNT Sports will air the match on Discovery+ instead of YouTube.

Typically, viewing matches in European club competitions requires a subscription. However, for the grand finale taking place at Wembley on Saturday night at 8pm, fans can access live streams of the game on the Discovery+ app by registering for a free account, reports the Mirror.

The Europa League and Europa Conference League finals were also broadcast in this manner. Premium subscribers will have access to the complete build-up of the final between the German and Spanish powerhouses.

Despite the UK government not including the Champions League final in their "crown jewel" list of events that must be aired on free-to-air television, fans will still have accessible viewing options. TNT Sports has been providing a complimentary feed for European club competition finals since they acquired the rights in the 2014/15 season.

This year, however, the free coverage is transitioning from YouTube to Discovery+. Additionally, this match marks the end of TNT's current contract with UEFA, as they are set to share broadcasting rights with Amazon in the upcoming season.

European competition matches have been shown on TNT Sport and Discovery+, with match highlights available on their YouTube channel. ITV also offers a highlights show later in the evening.

Jude Bellingham could enter Euro 2024 as both a La Liga and Champions League victor. His stellar performances for Carlo Ancelotti's team this season have put him in the running for the Ballon d'Or.

If Real Madrid can overcome their German opponents, Bellingham will be the first English player to win the Champions League with the club since Steve McManaman. Meanwhile, Dortmund's Jadon Sancho is presented with a chance to prove his critics wrong.

The season started with a fallout between Jadon Sancho and Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag, leading to his exclusion from the team. However, after being loaned to Dortmund in January, Sancho has managed to turn his fortunes around and is now poised to start in one of the most significant matches in European football.