Both finals will be available to live stream on the BT Sport app, for small and large screen devices, on BTSport.com (at btsport.com/final on each matchday), via BT Sport’s YouTube channel and for free on Virgin TV.
As ever app viewers can experience the finals in VR360 on a mobile or tablet, either watching a fully produced programme with commentary from Spencer Owen aka Spencer FC or by selecting a specific camera viewpoint.
BT Sport subscribers will also be treated to a world first with the Champions League final available in HD High Dynamic Range (HDR) on the app, ahead of the launch of 4K HDR later this year.
How to watch the finals on TV
If you’re planning to watch either final on a BT TV or Sky set-top box will need to have a BT Sport subscription, while Virgin Media set-top boxes will show both games for free.
How to watch the finals digitally
Watch on all on mobiles, tablets, and selected smart TVs and games consoles via the BT Sport app, as well as online via BTSport.com or YouTube.
*Only the Champions League final will be shown in HD HDR. Anyone intending to watch in HD HDR will need a BT Sport subscription and the BT Sport app on mobile, tablet, Samsung Smart TVs (2015 onwards), Apple TV 4K, Chromecast Ultra or Xbox One (X and S).
**The BT Sport app will show both finals for free on the following large-screen platforms/devices and games consoles: Samsung Smart TVs (2015 onwards), Apple TV 4K, Chromecast Ultra and Xbox One (X and S).
Champions League final – broadcast details
To whet your appetite for Saturday’s showpiece our build up will start on Friday 31 May with two preview shows, with BT Sport heading to the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium to watch the two teams train.
Live on BT Sport 1 HD or via live stream on the BT Sport app and BTSport.com, coverage of Liverpool’s session will be from 4.30pm before Tottenham take to the pitch an hour later at 5.30pm.
Our coverage of the final itself begins at 6pm on Saturday 1 June, with Gary Lineker leading our stellar cast through the coverage on BT Sport 2 HD and 4K UHD.
The award-winning enhanced video player, featuring an interactive timeline, multi-cam replays, goal alerts and much more, will also be available on the BT Sport app via mobile or tablet and on BTSport.com.
Europa League final – broadcast details
Former Chelsea and Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas and ex-Blues star Eidur Gudjohnsen will be part of our team for the live coverage of the Europa League final.
Like the Champions League final, we begin with a preview show live from Baku on Tuesday 28 May, live on BT Sport 1 HD from 6pm.
Then on Wednesday 29 May our final coverage begins at 6.30pm on BT Sport 2 HD and in 4K UHD, with both days’ coverage available to live stream on the BT Sport app and BTSport.com.
The enhanced video player will also be available across mobile, tablet and BTSport.com for the battle of the London rivals.
BT Sport is the exclusive UK home of UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League football for at least the next two seasons, with every single game shown live across the network.
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To see full channel listings and broadcast times for matches set to be shown on BT Sport across both competitions, simply follow the links below: