How to watch the UEFA Champions League final between Dortmund and Real Madrid for free

Jude Bellingham of Real Madrid celebrates after scoring a goal during the La Liga week 34 football match between Real Madrid and Cadiz at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid
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The Champions League final is taking place on Saturday, June 2. Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid will go head to head for one of the greatest accolades in football. Last year, 450 million people watched the final and this year, there are a few ways that you can watch it for free.

It won't be shown on YouTube and TNT Sports, who have been known to broadcast the game on their social channel since 2016. Things have changed slightly because the broadcaster has merged with Discovery+ and Eurosports.

Instead of on YouTube, the action will show on Discovery+ but that doesn't mean you'll have to pay for it. Fans can sign up to the platform for free and create an account which will allow them to watch the Champions League final.

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The UEFA Champions League Trophy is seen at Wembley Stadium
The Champions League final will take place at Wembley -Credit:Michael Regan - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images

You can sign up for one here but be aware, it is a free trial so you will have to enter your card details and set up a direct debit that will take money from your account unless you cancel the subscription. But if you do, you could have a top-quality stream right to your home.

The clash between Dortmund and Real at Wembley is set to kick off at 8pm on Saturday night. Champions League veterans Real Madric will be aiming for their 15th Champions League title this weekend while underdogs Dortmund are gearing up for their first final in the competition since 2013.

Dortmund will be up against the familiar face of their ex-player and English wonder kid Jude Bellingham who has been banging them in for Madrid all season.

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