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All need to know about UEFA Champions League final

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Chelsea and Manchester City, the two Titans with deep pockets in the English Premier League, will play for the biggest prize in European football on Saturday when they take on the UEFA Champions League final in Porto, Portugal.

In 2003 Chelsea, the collector of titles and trophies won the competition once in 2012. Manchester City, a club that has emerged for the first time in the last decade.

“If you win, you’re a hero,” Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne said this week. “If you lose, you almost fail.”

Here’s everything one needs to know about Manchester City vs Chelsea UEFA Champions League final 2021.


The beginning is scheduled for 15:00 East. Conversely some start time, it should be very accurate. For India, the kick-off time will be 12:30 am ist on 30th May.


The game will be broadcast in the United States on CBS Sports and the Paramount + streaming application. If you like commenting in Spanish, go here to Univision or TUDN application. Sony Ten has broadcasting rights in India and SonyLiv will stream it online.

If you are anywhere else in the world, check out this extensive list of broadcast partners on the UEFA website.

Where the match will be played?

The UEFA Champions League final 2021 match between Manchester City and Chelsea will be played at Porto’s Estadio do Dragão football stadium in Portugal. Earlier, Istanbul was supposed to host the match but due to coronavirus travel restrictions and Turkey being on the red list the venue has been shifted.

Can fans visit the stadium?

Yes. Each club received an allocation of 4,000 tickets for the match, and organizers said the crowd would be limited to 16,500 – well below the capacity of 50,000 seats at the Estadio do Dragão in Porto.

Check out Manchester City vs Chelsea lineup and prediction here

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