Champions League Final, Dortmund – Real Madrid broadcast: TV, stream, time, commentator

The final of this year’s Champions League season is coming up this week with BVB – Real Madrid in London. Who will win the trophy?

Borussia Dortmund – Real Madrid will take place on Saturday, June 1 at 9:00 pm. The venue is Wembley Stadium in London. The match will be broadcast live on free-to-air TV on ZDF and DAZN.

All information on the Champions League final with TV and livestream coverage, time, commentator, line-ups and starting positions including betting odds can be found here

BVB – Real Madrid broadcast: TV & Stream

When is the Champions League final with Dortmund – Real Madrid?

The Champions League final is not only the sporting and scheduling highlight of the season in European club soccer.

The CL final with BVB – Real will take place on Saturday, June 1, 2024. The venue is Wembley Stadium in London.

Wembley has already hosted the final of the premier class seven times, most recently in 2013, when Borussia Dortmund also took part. The opponent back then was Bayern Munich and Borussia lost 2:1.

Champions League final broadcast on TV and stream: Who is showing BVB – Real Madrid live?

The live soccer TV program for the Champions League in Germany is as follows: Amazon Prime shows one Tuesday game live and exclusively on each matchday, all other games are live on DAZN.

However, there is a different arrangement for the broadcast of the Champions League final. This will also be shown on free TV in Germany!

The Champions League final 2024 with Dortmund – Real Madrid will be broadcast live on ZDF and DAZN.

There will be no broadcast of BVB – Real on Amazon, as the final is not on Tuesday and the mail-order giant only has the broadcasting rights in Germany up to and including the semi-final.

The situation is slightly different in Austria. Here, the CL final between Dortmund and Real Madrid will not only be shown live on DAZN, but also on Servus TV on Free TV and on Sky Sport Austria.

BVB – Real Madrid broadcast on ZDF

What does the Champions League final broadcast on June 1 on ZDF look like?

The BVB – Real broadcast on ZDF starts at 19:20.

Presenter Jochen Breyer and the two experts Per Mertesacker and Christoph Kramer will be live at Wembley Stadium. This trio will also be on duty for ZDF in the Euro 2024 broadcast

Dortmund – Real Madrid broadcast on ZDF

The “sportstudio reportage: Das Spiel um Milliarden – der Ausverkauf des europäischen Fußballs” will be shown from 19:35. From 20:25, the ZDF trio will be back on air and will be getting into the mood for the CL final between Dortmund and Real with background reports, analyses and interviews.

The ZDF commentator for the BVB – Real broadcast will be Oliver Schmidt.

In addition to the free TV broadcast, ZDF will also be offering a free Dortmund – Real live stream of the Champions League final via the ZDF-Mediathek and

BVB – Real Madrid broadcast on DAZN

At DAZN, the broadcast of the Champions League final with Borussia Dortmund – Real Madrid starts at 8:15 pm, 45 minutes before the start of the match.

Laura Wontorra will be the presenter, with Michael Ballack at her side in London. There will be analysis and interviews until kick-off. The commentator is Jan Platte.

On the sports streamer DAZN, the CL final broadcast on June 1 will not be streamed live via app on all internet-enabled devices, but also on the linear TV channel DAZN 1.

The DAZN CL final broadcast

Champions League final broadcast BVB – Real: Starting position with betting odds

What is the starting position ahead of the Champions League 2024 broadcast with Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid – the first German-Spanish premier class final since 2002 with Real against Leverkusen?

The Black & Yellows come to Wembley as clear underdogs. This is shown on the one hand by the BVB – Real betting odds from bookmaker Bet365 and on the other by the statistics.

The Whites, who narrowly beat Bayern Munich in the semi-finals and Manchester City in the quarter-finals, are undefeated so far this CL season

In addition, Real won the Spanish league title in very convincing fashion, while Borussia only finished fifth in the Bundesliga last season.

However, Dortmund also fought their way to the final in impressive fashion and always coped very well in the underdog role in this CL season.

In the semi-finals, the favored Paris St. Germain was eliminated – albeit with a lot of luck – and before that, the higher-rated Atletico Madrid was eliminated in the quarter-finals

The possible line-ups
Which line-ups will the two teams use for the BVB – Real match on Saturday?

Borussia Dortmund can line up with the strongest formation in the battle for the trophy and it is conceivable that BVB coach Edin Terzic will field the starting eleven from the semi-final second leg against PSG. Marco Reus is therefore more likely to come off the bench as a substitute in his last BVB game.

Real Madrid will be without defensive midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni, who suffered a stress injury to his left foot in the semi-final second leg against FC Bayern. The absence could be a positive omen for Dortmund: In all the games in which Tchouameni has been part of the starting eleven this season – 31 in all – the Madrilenians have remained unbeaten.

It remains to be seen who will play instead of Tchouameni. Perhaps Luka Modric or Eduardo Camavinga

  • Possible Dortmund line-up: Kobel – Ryerson, Hummels, N. Schlotterbeck, Maatsen – Can, Sabitzer – Sancho, Brandt, Adeyemi – Füllkrug
  • Possible Real line-up: Lunin – Carvajal, Rüdiger, Nacho, F. Mendy – Camavinga, Kroos, Fede Valverde – Bellingham – Rodrygo, Vinicius Junior

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