When does the Champions League closing begin right this moment? TV schedule, dwell streams for Chelsea vs. Manchester Metropolis
Dozens of millions in over 200 countries around the world will watch one of the biggest events on the football calendar: the UEFA Champions League final, in which Manchester City will take on English compatriot Chelsea this year.
The championship game that crowns the best team in Europe will be played at the Estadio do Dragao in Porto, Portugal. Manchester City are aiming for their first ever Champions League title on their first trip to the finals, while Chelsea claim their second title after winning the title in 2012.
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Some of the greatest stars in the world will be seen in the finals, including the outstanding US national man Christian Pulisic (Chelsea). English striker Phil Foden (Manchester City), French world champion Ngolo Kante (Chelsea) and Belgian string player Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) are among the other players who have a say in the final result.
The game will be played in front of 16,500 spectators with reduced capacity, including 6,000 fans from each club, who will have the opportunity to see the story made in Portugal.
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When does the Champions League final start today?
- Time: 3 p.m. ET / noon PT
- Date: Saturday May 29th
The 2021 Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City begins Saturday, May 29, at 3 p.m. ET.
Which channel is Chelsea vs. Man City on today?
Pre-match coverage on CBS will begin at 1:30 p.m. (CET) and will be hosted by Kate Abdo and studio analysts Jamie Carragher, Roberto Martinez and Micah Richards. Peter Schmeichel, Guillem Balagué, Nico Cantor and Jenny Chiu will be on site in Portugal. Peter Drury and Rob Green will be calling the match.
The post-game show will run until 5:30 p.m. ET on the main CBS network and continue until 6:30 p.m. ET on the CBS Sports Network (CBSSN). Paramount + provides coverage every 5 hours from 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
DJ and producer Marshmello will be performing on the pregame show starting at 2:40 p.m. ET.
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The Spanish-language reporting also starts at 1:30 p.m. (CET) at Univision and TUDN.
Former UEFA Champions League winners Carles Puyol and Javier Zanetti, along with football legends Hristo Stoichkov and Iván Zamorano, will report before and after the game. The studio panel consists of Alejandro Berry, Lindsay Casinelli, Tony Cherchi, Marc Crosas, José Hernández, Raúl Mendez, Adriana Monsalve and Hugo Salcedo. Luis Omar Tapia, Diego Balado and José Luis López Salido will call the action, while Dani Nohra, Paco Villa and Daniel Chanona will report on site from the Estadio do Dragao.
In Canada, the game is streamed on DAZN, which offers a free trial. Click here to find out how to register with DAZN.
How to stream the Champions League final
CBS’s Paramount + streaming service is available to subscribers through the mobile app and online through the desktop. You can also stream the game on fuboTV, which includes CBS, Univision and TUDN broadcasts as part of its seven-day free trial.
The TUDN app can be downloaded on mobile devices and is available online at TUDN.TV
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