Champions League: Luis Díaz, Liverpool’s ace 0:44 (CNN Spanish) – The Champions League final, in which Liverpool and Real Madrid will face each other, will be played this Saturday, May 28, in Paris, France, at 9:00 pm local time (3:00 pm Miami time). Here, the details to see the game on television or on the internet. The Stade de France in Saint-Denis, one of the largest in Europe – it has a capacity of more than 80,000 spectators – will be the scene of the long-awaited European football match. It will be the third time that Liverpool and Real Madrid have disputed the Champions League title. Liverpool reached the final after eliminating Villarreal CF in the semi-finals at the Estadio de la Cerámica. The Reds won the first leg and the second leg, leaving no options for the yellow submarine. Instead, Real Madrid arrives after an epic comeback against Manchester City. The Citizens managed to win at home in the first leg (4-3), but in the second leg they did not have the best match closure. Real Madrid managed to turn the score around (3-1) and managed to get into the final. Time of Liverpool – Real Madrid in the US and Latin America Miami (United States) – 03:00 pm Mexico – 02:00 pm Colombia – 02:00 pm Argentina – 04:00 pm Where you can watch the final on TV and online UEFA published this week the list of TV operators and streaming services where the final can be seen. Here, a breakdown by region and country. United States: CBS, TUDN Deportes Central and South America (except Brazil): ESPN Caribbean: Flow Sports, Sportsmax Other operators in Latin America: Mexico: HBO Max Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Nicaragua and Guatemala – Televideo Brasil – SBT, Turner Costa Rica – Teletica El Salvador – Canal Dos Honduras – Televicentro Panamá – TVN, Medco Venezuela – La Tele Tuya Es España, meanwhile, La 1 de Televisión Española and the RTVE Play platform will broadcast the match, which can also be seen on Movistar service. Real Madrid: even veterans feel this Champions League is like their first 0:25 Stade de France, scene of the match The UEFA Champions League final changed the scene that had originally been planned for the final of the tournament due to the war in Ukraine. Initially, the decisive match was to be played in St. Petersburg, Russia, but eventually UEFA made the decision to change the location to Paris, France. The Stade de France was built to host the 1998 FIFA World Cup matches. According to UEFA, it has hosted two European Cup finals out of the five that have been played in Paris.
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