The game will air at 6pm (with the HD HDR stream on the BT Sport app starting at 7.30pm) on Saturday 1 June on BT Sport 2 HD and on BT Sport 4K UHD, with kick-off at 8pm.
Here, we take a closer look at all the different ways to watch Tottenham v Liverpool before previewing the historic all-English showdown in full detail.
How to watch Tottenham v Liverpool on TV
BT TV customers can tune in on channel 431 (HD) or 433 (4K UHD). On Sky, customers should go to channel 414 (HD), while non-customers can add BT Sport to their TV subscription.
The action will also be free to watch on Virgin Media set-top boxes on channel 100 (HD) or 532 (4K UHD).
How to watch Tottenham v Liverpool digitally
Alternatively, fans can tune in on our large screen app and enjoy a full HD 1080p stream of the action on Xbox, PlayStation, Samsung TV or Apple TV.
There will also be a free 4K live stream on YouTube.
*The Champions League final will be shown in HD HDR from 7.30pm onwards. 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 or Xbox One (X and S).
**The Champions League final will be shown in VR360 on the BT Sport app on mobiles and tablets.
***The BT Sport app will show the final for free on the following large-screen platforms/devices and games consoles: Samsung Smart TVs (2015 onwards), Apple TV 4K, Chromecast Ultra, Xbox One (X and S) and Playstation 4.
Tottenham v Liverpool: Match preview
The Champions League trophy is guaranteed to return to England for the first time since 2012 as two Premier League giants go head-to-head in the showpiece of European football this weekend.
Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham will face Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool for the chance to write their name in the history books in the illustrious surroundings of Atletico Madrid’s newly-erected Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
For Liverpool, who go into the match as the bookies’ favourites, the game provides the perfect opportunity to right the wrongs of last season’s heartbreak in the final in Kiev.
Two mistakes by former Reds stopper Loris Karius ensured Real Madrid ran out 3-1 winners that night, consigning Klopp to a third runner-up medal in three different competition finals since joining the club.
A repeat of last year’s rampage to the final looked unlikely during parts of the current campaign, none more so than after a shock defeat to Red Star Belgrade left Liverpool needing to beat Napoli to qualify from their group.
Goalkeeper Alisson pulled off a stunning reflex stop in the dying moments to help secure Liverpool’s passage to the knockout stages where they promptly cruised past both Bayern Munich and Porto before coming up against Barcelona.
Perhaps unlucky to lose 3-0 in the first leg at the Nou Camp – a win orchestrated largely by Lionel Messi’s virtuoso performance – Liverpool rallied in the second leg to produce yet another historic Champions League comeback, walloping the Spaniards 4-0 at Anfield.
Liverpool look a much more refined outfit than the team that tore a hole through the competition last season, compromising on chasing their record-breaking goal haul in favour of a more balanced approach.
The arrival of keeper Alisson and the continued emergence of Virgil Van Dijk, Andrew Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold have contributed hugely to their shift in approach – but all three have also proven vital to the Reds’ attacking threat too.
Van Dijk has two goals and an assist in the competition so far, while Robertson and Alexander-Arnold’s assists, two and four respectively, have been crucial to feeding Liverpool’s potent forward line.
Tottenham also produced their own dramatic escape from the group stage after failing to win any of their opening three games against PSV, Inter and Barcelona.
Poch’s men appeared all but dead and buried until an 85th minute Lucas Moura goal at the Nou Camp, combined with results elsewhere, booked their spot in the last 16 of the tournament.
Then-Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund looked a tricky tie on paper in the last 16 but Tottenham made light work of the German outfit with a 4-0 aggregate win to reach the quarter-finals and a tie against Manchester City.
Spurs’ 1-0 victory in the first leg teed up an all-time great at the Eithad that saw the north London club triumph on away goals following a dramatic 4-3 defeat to Pep Guardiola's Premiership winners.
And the drama continued in the semi-final against Ajax as they followed Liverpool’s lead in overcoming a three goal deficit in the second half with a 96th-minute winner from Moura booking their place in Madrid.
Both Tottenham and Liverpool’s achievement in making the final was made even more miraculous by the absence of many of their key players; Harry Kane, Harry Winks, Roberto Firmino and Mo Salah were all forced to sit out of crucial semi-final games for their respective teams.
Salah, who was sidelined through concussion protocol, will be fit to face Spurs while Klopp revealed Firmino should also be “fine” to play this weekend – and noises coming from Tottenham suggest Kane may also be in line to return.
Pochettino had suggested the England marksman could miss the rest of the season after suffering the ankle injury against Man City in April – but the 25-year-old talisman told reporters this week: “The ankle feels good now, it feels strong.
“For me, for these three games — Saturday and the England [Nations League] games — I’m ready and fully fit.”
Kane’s inclusion could prove crucial to Tottenham’s chances of lifting the trophy: he has five goals in eight games in the tournament this season and has made no secret of his desire to lift a trophy with Tottenham.
But in Virgil Van Dijk, Liverpool can call upon arguably the finest defender in world football in what will be just one of a number of fascinating match-ups on Saturday evening.
Can Klopp break his runner-up curse – or will Poch play the party pooper? BT Sport is the only place to find out.
Tottenham v Liverpool: The managers
Tottenham boss Pochettino: "Along with the World Cup final, the final of the Champions League is one of the biggest games in the world.
"It is going to be a different game, we cannot prepare for a final of the Champions League on what happened a few months ago.
"The circumstances are completely different, the circumstances are the circumstances. It is going to be different, that is why our focus is on ourselves.
"Today no one is more important than the game that we have ahead, Tottenham deserve that we are all 100 per cent focused on the game.
"We can make history, we can provide our fans the best happiness in football."
Liverpool manager Klopp: "It will be very tight, no doubt. The quality of Tottenham and us is pretty similar. The difference between us in the league was consistency. We won both games against Tottenham but both 2-1.
"We had brilliant periods in the games where I think we deserved to win, but especially the home game was an absolutely tight game with a lucky goal in pretty much the last minute. So that’s what we expect, there’s no doubt about that.
"Poch is right that the emotions will be completely different. You have to use all the things you used during the season but in the specific circumstances. We are all human beings; it’s a special game and after that it’s no game anymore. Bringing ourselves in the right mood is, for us, the job to do, to really play the game we want to play.
"We know a lot about Tottenham, of course. But we had three weeks. After these three weeks I would have known the name of the groundsman of Barcelona as well if they had been the opponent. That’s how the football world is. We would have known exactly the same against each other team in the world. But we played against them, so we know it’s difficult, Tottenham know it’s difficult. Let’s play a difficult game and let’s win it."
Tottenham v Liverpool: Team news
Pochettino says Tottenham are "very positive" that Harry Kane can recover in time to play. The England captain has missed the club's last nine games since suffering an ankle injury in the 1-0 Champions League quarter-final win over Man City.
Jan Vertonghen, Harry Winks and Davinson Sanchez have also returned to training ahead of the Madrid showpiece and along with Kane, the trio are all pushing for starting places.
Pochettino said: "Harry Kane in the last week, since Friday or Saturday, has started to be involved with the group.
"His situation is very positive. We have one week ahead until Saturday to evaluate [him] and see how he is progressing. But of course, like I have said in the past, it is so important for him to feel well and he is very positive.
"We will see what happens. I am not telling you he is going to be fit 100 per cent or that he is going to be available to play from the beginning or be on the bench or be out but we are so, so positive and happy with the progression."
Liverpool will be without Naby Keita in Madrid with the Guinean midfielder failing to recover from a torn thigh tendon in time for this weekend's showdown.
However, Klopp revealed that the former RB Leipzig man could recover in time for the African Cup of Nations this summer.
Brazilian striker Roberto Firmino "should be fine" for the game this weekend, Klopp added.
Tottenham v Liverpool: Head-to-head
This is the second European tie between the two English sides, having met in the UEFA Cup semi-final in 1973 with Liverpool progressing on away goals.
The Reds also have the better overall record, winning 82 of the 172 fixtures between the sides, including the last two, as you can see from the results of their five most recent meetings.
|31/03/2019||Premier League||Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham||Firmino, Alderweireld (OG); Moura|
|15/09/2018||Premier League||Tottenham 1-2 Liverpool||Lamela; Wijnaldum, Firmino|
|04/02/2018||Premier League||Liverpool 2-2 Tottenham||Salah (2); Wanyama, Kane|
|22/10/2017||Premier League||Tottenham 4-1 Liverpool||Kane (2), Son, Alli; Salah|
|11/02/2017||Premier League||Liverpool 2-0 Tottenham||Mane (2)|
Tottenham v Liverpool: Key stats
- Tottenham have reached the European Cup/Champions League final for the very first time.
- Tottenham have reached their first final in any European competition since the 1983-84 UEFA Cup, which they beat Anderlecht on penalties after a 2-2 aggregate draw.
- Tottenham are the eighth different English side to reach the European Cup/Champions League final, after Arsenal, Aston Villa, Chelsea, Leeds United, Liverpool, Manchester United and Nottingham Forest. England have had the most different sides reach the final of the competition.
- Tottenham are the 40th different side to reach the European Cup/Champions League final. Indeed, the last three first-time teams in the final of the competition have been English sides (Tottenham 2019, Chelsea 2008 and Arsenal 2006).
- Tottenham have become the 15th different team to reach the final of all three of the major UEFA tournaments (European Cup/CL, UEFA Cup/EL and Cup Winners Cup) and the fifth different English side (Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United).
- Liverpool have reached their ninth European Cup/Champions League final, more than any other English club – only Bayern Munich (10), Milan (11) and Real Madrid (16) have featured in more.
- Liverpool will play in the European Cup/Champions League final in consecutive years for a third time, also doing so in 1977 & 1978 and 1984 & 1985.
- Liverpool are the first English team to reach Champions League finals in consecutive years since Manchester United in 2008 & 2009.
- Liverpool have won the European Cup/Champions League more than any other English club (five times) and only two clubs have ever won the trophy more often – Milan (7) and Real Madrid (13).
- This will be Jürgen Klopp’s third Champions League final, losing on the two previous occasions he’s managed in the final with Borussia Dortmund in 2013 and Liverpool last season.
- Klopp has ended on the losing side in each of his last six finals as a manager, including all three with Liverpool – 2016 League Cup final, 2016 Europa League final and 2018 Champions League final.
Tottenham v Liverpool: Match odds
All odds correct at the time of writing.
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