Rangers v Eintracht Frankfurt: BT Sport make Europa League final available to watch for free

Armchair fans can watch Rangers take on Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League final for free after BT Sport confirmed they will make the match available to all UK viewers.

The subscription broadcaster is also making the Champions League and Conference League finals available for everyone to watch whether on TV, online or on mobile.

Rangers’ historic showdown with the German side will be live from Seville on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate from 6.30pm on Wednesday, May 18, hosted by Darrell Currie and the team including Ally McCoist, Kenny Miller and Owen Hargreaves, Alex Rae, Stephen Craigan, Rory Hamilton and Emma Dodds.

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The inaugural Conference League Final, featuring AS Roma v Feyenoord, will begin at 7.30pm on Wednesday, May 25 on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate, live from Tirana, Albania.

BT Sport will broadcast next week's Europa League final between Rangers and Eintracht Frankfurt for free in a boost to armchair viewers.

Then on Saturday, May 28, focus will turn to the Champions League final between Liverpool v Real Madrid with a live build-up from Paris beginning at 6pm on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.

All three finals will be available for free at www.btsport.com/final, on the BT Sport YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/btsport, via the BT Sport App for small and large-screen devices, including PlayStation, Xbox, Samsung smart TVs, Apple TV, Android TV and Amazon Fire.

The finals will also be available for anyone to watch on Virgin Media TiVo, TV360 and Stream platforms on channel 532 (HD).

Jamie Hindhaugh, Head of BT Sport, said “It has been another hugely entertaining season of football across all three UEFA club competitions, highlighted by British clubs making two of the finals once again. We’re delighted to round these European campaigns off by making the live action from all three finals available for anyone to watch for free on the BT Sport website, app or YouTube channel.”


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