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Where is the 2023 Champions League final?

Built to support Türkiye’s bid to stage the 2008 Olympic Games, the Atatürk Olympic Stadium opened in 2002 and is home to the Turkish national team. Situated in the Başakşehir area of the city, west of the Bosphorus, it boasts a seated capacity of over 75,000.

Who is playing in the Champions League final?

The Champions League finalists will be confirmed when the semi-final ties conclude on Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 May. Holders Real Madrid are up against Manchester City at this stage for the second season running, while the other last-four tie pits together city rivals AC Milan and Inter.

How can I watch the 2022 Champions League final?

Below are places sport lovers can watch the champions league finals’

Europe

Albania: TringRTSH
Armenia: Vivaro Sports
Austria:
 ServusTVSky Austria
Azerbaijan: CBC Sport, Saran
Belgium: 
RTLVTMProximus
Bosnia & Herzegovina: Arena Sport
Bulgaria:
 bTVA1
Croatia: HRT, Arena Sport
Cyprus: CYTA
Czechia: TV Nova, Voyo, Premier Sports
Denmark: Viaplay
Estonia: Viaplay
Finland: MTV (C More)
France: Canal+beINRMC Sport
Georgia: 
AdjaraSilknet
Germany: Prime VideoDAZN
Gibraltar
: Gibtelecom
Greece:
 Cosmote TVMEGA
Hungary:
 MTVA, Sport1
Iceland: 
Viaplay, Syn
Israel:
 The Sports Channel
Italy: MediasetPrime VideoSky Italia
Kazakhstan: QazSport, Q Sport League, Saran
Kosovo: Arena Sport, Artmotion
Latvia: 
Viaplay
Liechtenstein:
 blue+, CH Media
Lithuania: 
Viaplay
Luxembourg:
 RTL, Proximus
Malta: PBSMelita
Moldova:
 Setanta, Prime
Montenegro: Arena Sport
Netherlands: RTL, Ziggo Sport
North Macedonia: 
Makedonski Telekom, Arena Sport, MTV
Norway: TV2 Norway
Poland:
 PolsatTVP
Portugal: 
Eleven, TVI
Republic of Ireland: RTEVirgin MediaLivescore 
Romania:
 Clever Media, Digisport, Telekom Romania
Russia:
 Match TV
Serbia: Arena Sport
Slovakia: Markiza, Voyo, Premier Sports
Slovenia: Pro Plus, Sportklub
Spain:
 Telefonica
Sweden: 
Telia
Switzerlandblue+3+
Türkiye: 
EXXEN
Ukraine: Megogo
United Kingdom: BT Sport

Africa and Middle East

Nigeria: SuperSport
South Africa: SuperSport
Middle East/North Africa (Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen): beIN
Sub-Saharan Africa: SuperSport, Canal+

Americas

Bolivia: Televideo
Brazil: 
SBTTNT
Canada: DAZN
Caribbean: Flow SportsSportsmax
Central America:
 ESPN
Costa Rica:
 Canal 7
Dominican Republic: Televideo
Ecuador: Televideo
El Salvador: Canal 4
Guatemala: Televideo
Haiti:
 Canal+
Honduras:
 Telecadena (Canal 7)
MexicoTNT
Nicaragua: Televideo
Panama: 
TV MaxRPC
Paraguay: Televideo
Peru: 
TelevideoSouth America (ex. Brazil): ESPN
United States of America:
 CBSTUDN
Venezuela: La Tele Tuya

Asia and Pacific

Australia: Stan Sport
Brunei: beIN
Cambodia: beIN
PR China:
 CCTV
Hong Kong SAR: 
beIN
India & Indian subcontinent: 
Sony
Indonesia: SCTV, Champions TV
Japan:
 WOWOW
Kyrgyzstan: 
Saran, Q Sport
Laos: 
beIN
Macau SAR: 
TDM
Malaysia: beIN
Mongolia: SPS
Myanmar:
 Canal+
New Zealand: Spark Sport
Pacific Islands: Digicel
Philippines: Tap TV
Republic of Korea: 
SPO TV
Singapore: 
beIN
Taiwan/Chinese Taipei:
 Elta Sports
Tajikistan: Varzish TV, Saran
Thailand: beIN
Turkmenistan: AlmaSport TV
Uzbekistan: MTRK
Vietnam: FPT Sports

In-flight and in-ship broadcasts: Sport24

What’s the format of the Champions League final?

If the score is equal at the end of normal time, two 15-minute periods of extra time are played. If one of the teams scores more goals than the other during extra time, that team are declared the winners.

If the score is still equal after extra time, the winners are determined by kicks from the penalty mark.

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