BT Sport is making the 2022 UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Europa Conference League finals available for free to UK audiences on TV, online and mobile.

The broadcaster has revealed that all three finals will be free to watch on its website as well as on the BT Sport YouTube channel via the BT Sport App for small and large-screen devices.

Jamie Hindhaugh, Head of BT Sport, commented: “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. 

BT Sport’s coverage of Rangers’ UEFA Europa League Final against Eintracht Frankfurt will be live from Seville on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate on 18 May. 

Commentary will be led by  Darrell Currie with input from  other team members including Ally McCoist, Kenny Miller and Owen Hargreaves, Alex Rae, Stephen Craigan, Rory Hamilton and Emma Dodds.

Hindhaugh continued: “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.”

Furthermore, the AS Roma v Feyenoord final will begin 25 May, likewise, both on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate, whereas on 27 May, the focus will turn to the 2022 UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool FC v Real Madrid.

BT Sport’s build-up to the UEFA Champions League final on 28 May will begin at 5pm with the final episode in the Champions League Immortals, where the definitive UCL Immortals team will be decided in a studio discussion with Seema Jaswal, Rio Ferdinand, Joe Cole and Michael Owen

Exclusively live coverage from the Stade de France will begin at 6pm before kick-off at 8pm, live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate. 

The final will be hosted by Jake Humphrey and the team includes Rio Ferdinand, Peter Crouch, Michael Owen, Darren Fletcher, Steve McManaman, Glenn Hoddle and Des Kelly.        

This week, a 50-50 joint premium sports venture was announced by BT and Warner Bros. Discovery for customers in the UK and Ireland. 

BT Sport is set to gain £93 million from Warner Bros. Discovery and up to around GBP540 million by way of an earn-out from the JV, the portfolio of which will include rights to the UEFA Champions League, the Premier League, UFC, the Olympic Games, tennis Grand Slams and the winter sports World Cup season.

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