The Champions League broadcasts on Prime only lasted until the semifinals, and now free TV will be used for the final.
The crowning glory of the soccer season: The Champions League final can be seen live on ZDF at 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 28. Liverpool FC will face Real Madrid at the Stade de France in Paris. ZDF presenter Jochen Breyer and experts Per Mertesacker and Christoph Kramer will first welcome viewers to a “warm-up” starting at 7:20 pm. Then, starting at 8:25 p.m., the “sportstudio UEFA Champions League” starts. Béla Réthy will be the live reporter for the final, and Per Mertesacker will also be on hand as co-commentator during the match. Following the live broadcast, “das aktuelle sportstudio” will offer analyses, talks and more live from Paris at 11 p.m.
The ten-minute “sportstudio UEFA Champions League Magazin” will warm up for the final from 7:20 p.m. onwards. Live from Paris, there will be first impressions of the big European soccer evening, which will also conjure up flashbacks to the 2018 final: Back then, Real Madrid won 3:1 against Liverpool FC. But the focus is primarily on the respective paths that led both finalists to this year’s final.
In the “aktuellen sportstudio” immediately following the broadcast of the final, Per Mertesacker and Christoph Kramer will be in demand for in-depth analyses. Referee expert Manuel Gräfe will also be a guest, as will national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg.
Soccer fans can also follow the UEFA Champions League final live at sportstudio.de in the ZDF media center – including the highlight player. SElf course, the match of the matches in European club soccer can also be seen on DAZN.