The UEFA Champions League season is coming to an end for 2022 and the final match between Liverpool and Real Madrid is quickly approaching. If you’re keen to watch the biggest game of the season at home from Australia, here’s everything you need to know.
Let’s get into it, shall we?
What games have been played?
We’ve come to the end of the 21/2022 UEFA Champions League comp, and we know which teams are headed to the finals: Liverpool and Real Madrid.
The most recent games that have been played are:
Champions League 21/2022 Quarter-final games
- Benfica vs Liverpool: April 6, 5:00 am AEST
- Man City vs Atlético de Madrid: April 6, 5:00 am AEST
- Villarreal vs Bayern: April 7, 5:00 am AEST
- Chelsea vs Real Madrid: April 7, 5:00 am AEST
- Bayern vs Villarreal: April 13, 5:00 am AEST
- Real Madrid vs Chelsea: April 13, 5:00 am AEST
- Atlético de Madrid vs Man City: April 14, 5:00 am AEST
- Liverpool vs Benfica: April 14, 5:00 am AEST
Champions League 21/2022 Semi-final games
- Man City vs Real Madrid: April 27, 5:00 am AEST
- Liverpool vs Villarreal: April 28, 5:00 am AEST
- Villarreal vs Liverpool: May 4, 5:00 am AEST
- Real Madrid vs Man City: May 5, 5:00 am AEST
When is the UEFA Champions League final for 21/2022?
The 21/2022 UEFA Champions League final, featuring Liverpool and Real Madrid will take place on May 29, 2022 at Saint-Denis’s Stade de France in Paris.
Liverpool has taken out the top spot six times before and Real Madrid has dominated the Champions League final comp 13 times.
The game is kicking off very early in the morning in Australia so if you’re keen to watch the game live you should set your alarm.
Here’s when the game starts in each time zone:
- 5:00 am AEST
- 4:30 am ACST
- 3:00 am AWST
How to watch the Champions League in Australia
Wouldn’t it be nice if all the sporting matches were on the same platform? It would be, but that’s unfortunately not the reality in our streaming landscape.
When it comes to the Champions League in Australia, you could once find games over on Optus Sport. That has since changed, however. Stan Sport has since taken over the broadcasting rights for the Champions League, so this is where you will find all matches, including the final game, for the 21/2022 season.
On June 28, 2021, Stan announced that the service landed a multi-year partnership agreement with the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). This includes the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League and UEFA Youth League, and the UEFA Super Cup for the next three seasons.
So get your Stan Sport membership up and running if you’re hoping to catch any games from these comps in the coming seasons. A Stan Sports add-on is an additional $10 per month on top of your regular Stan membership fee (which ranges from $10 to $19 per month). You can sign up for a seven-day free trial if you like, however.
Will you be getting up in the wee hours to cheer your team on? Let us know who you’re rooting for in the comments below.
In other football news, tickets for the FC Barcelona v A-Leagues All Stars game are very much on sale right now, so don’t miss out on the historic event in Sydney.
This article has been updated since its original publish date.