How to Watch the UEFA Champions League Final Live Stream

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The 2016 UEFA Champions League Final will take place on Saturday, May 28th with Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid. Want to watch the Champions League Final live stream?

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On Saturday, May 28th at 2:45 p.m. ET, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid will face off for the 61st annual UEFA Champions League Final. 2016 marks the 61st season of the premier soccer club in Europe, and the final is sure to deliver. The winners receive a spot in the 2016 UEFA Super Cup against the Europa League winner, as well as automatic entry into the 2016 FIFA Club World Cup semi-finals. And if you live in the US, you can catch the entire Champions League Final live stream…legally with no cable subscription!

If you’re wondering how you can watch the Champions League Final online, you’re not alone. Millions of fans from all over the world are looking for a way to watch this exciting match without cable – and we’ve got the answers below!


Watch The Champions League Final Online with Sling TV

Sling TV

Sling TV is one of our top recommendations for cord-cutters looking for live TV coverage, and it’s also one of the best ways to watch the Champions League Final streaming. For those unfamiliar with the service, Sling TV offers channel packages starting at $20 a month for 20+ channels. With a subscription, you gain LIVE access to all these channels.

The Final is set to air on FOX, a channel which Sling TV offers in select areas. Check Sling TV’s site for availability in your area. You can also enjoy Spanish coverage of the game on ESPN Deportes, a channel which Sling offers nationwide. You can learn more in our Sling TV review.

And don’t forget – Sling is a lot more than just soccer! With it, you’ll enjoy live access to channels like ESPN, AMC, TBS, A&E, TNT, and much more! All for $20 a month with NO long-term contract. Try Sling TV for a week for FREE by clicking here.


Gain Access to FOX Network with PlayStation Vue (in select markets)Playstation Vue

PlayStation Vue is another service that is similar to Sling TV. It provides its subscribers with direct, live access to 50+ TV channels at a very reasonable price. With plans starting at $30 a month, you can save a bundle over cable.

PlayStation Vue does offer FOX Network, but for now it’s only in select cities. In the cities of Chicago, Miami, Dallas, LA, San Fran, NY and Philadelphia, you can access a FOX live stream with Vue. Outside of those cities, you won’t be able to watch live but you can still watch select content on-demand.

For even more soccer coverage with Vue, you can add on the Fox Soccer Plus standalone channel. Read more in our PlayStation Vue review.


Enjoy The UEFA Champions League Final Live Stream with FOX Soccer 2Go

FOX Soccer 2Go

FOX has the English language rights to the UEFA Champions League in the United States. And it just so happens that they have their own soccer streaming service, FOX Soccer 2Go (read my review). The service will cost you $19.99 per month, or you can sign up and for a year and get the discounted rate of $99.99, which comes out to be $8.33 a month.

On top of the Champions League Final live stream, other soccer coverage you can get with FOX Soccer 2Go includes: Europa League, CONCACAF Champions League, Scottish Premier League, and more. Click here to learn more about FOX Soccer 2Go.

Note: FOX Soccer 2Go doesn’t give you access to any of FOX‘s other stations. It’s specifically soccer coverage, along with some rugby.


Get More Detailed Information on How to Watch Soccer Online

The truth is that you don’t need cable to watch soccer in the US. Your best options for watching the 2016 UEFA Champions League Final live stream and similar big matches are through legal live streaming services such as Sling TV and FOX Soccer 2Go. To learn more about how to watch soccer online without cable, check out our Ultimate Soccer Guide.



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2 Comments on "How to Watch the UEFA Champions League Final Live Stream"

  1. Well, suppose you haven’t cancelled your cable contract yet and want to record Saturday’s (6/6/15) Champions League final of Barcelona vs. Juventus. What cable channel will cover the game? BeIn doesn’t seem to have it scheduled.

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