Tottenham vs Liverpool live stream: how to watch the Champions League final 2019 for free and from anywhere

If you're a Spurs or Liverpool fan – or if you just love the game of football – it's time to get yourself in front of a screen. That's what in excess of 350 million around the globe will be doing today, to watch the 2019 UEFA Champions League final. The teams got to Madrid the hard way, and now it's all about winning the big one. It's time to bring home the silverware and you can watch every minute of the match and build-up with a Tottenham vs Liverpoool live stream of the Champions League final from absolutely anywhere in the world.

Liverpool are back on the biggest stage for the second time in two years and are probably just about the favorites to take the UEFA Champions League trophy back to their corner of the UK.

The 2018 final saw a cruel 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid, following Mo Salah's early injury and that bicycle kick from Gareth Bale. But their league campaign has been so impressive this season and the remarkable comeback against Barcelona in the semi-final will make Jurgen Klopp's men believe that anything is possible.

Tottenham Hotspur have of course had their own semi-final miracle to help give them a boost, with Lucas Moura scoring a 95th minute winner in Amsterdam to overcome Ajax. This could be the very apex of the Pochettino project, and talismanic captain Harry Kane is expected back for this one, too.

It's almost impossible to predict the result of this year's Champions League final. But thankfully figuring out how to watch it is much easier. And the good news is that you can live stream Tottenham vs Liverpool absolutely free of charge in certain countries. Keep reading to find out how.

Live stream the Champions League final for free in the UK

How to live stream Tottenham vs Liverpool from outside your country

Further down this page, we have details on the Champions League final viewing options in the likes of the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and India. While the free BT Sport Champions League live stream is only accessible within the UK – if you're abroad for this one then you'll be told that you're not allowed to watch.

Annoying, but there's a very easy way to get around it. The trick is to download and install a VPN to change your IP address to one in the UK and then go to the BT Sport website or YouTube to watch. The same goes if your a resident of anywhere else and want to watch your domestic coverage from overseas.

Here's how to stream the Champions League final live from anywhere in the world with the world's best VPN in three very simple steps:

How to watch Tottenham vs Liverpool: live stream in US (for FREE)

Of course, you can also get around TNT's exclusivity by opting for an over-the-top streaming service that gives you access to a Champions League live stream without faffing with cable. Even better, all of the below options come with some kind of free trial…

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Who will win the Champions League 2019 final? 

Today's final is an all-England affair, and on the basis of the two teams showing in the Premier League, Liverpool appear to have the edge. As well as finishing 26 points ahead of Tottenham, Jurgen Klopp’s side also won 2-1 away at Wembley and beat their London rivals with the same result in the return fixture at Anfield.

Tottenham have had a huge boost in the run up to the match with skipper Harry Kane confirming he his fit for selection having missed the tail end of the season with an ankle injury. The talismanic Spurs’ star striker is widely predicted to start on the bench, however.

While Naby Keita has been ruled out for the Reds, Liverpool have also had some good news on the fitness front, with influential Brazilian star Roberto Firmino having recovered from a groin problem. Liverpool may have a slight advantage by having the experience of appearing in last year’s final which they lost to Real Madrid. Will that failure, plus the fear of losing again weigh heavy on a group of players that have also just agonisingly missed out on the Premier League title this year?

Not according to the bookies. If you're looking to put your money where your mouth is, Betfair has installed the Reds as odds-on favorites to win.

What stadium is the Champions League Final 2019 being played at?

The showdown takes place at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium – the 67,829 capacity home of Atlético Madrid.

How many times have Spurs and Liverpool won the Champions League?

The match marks the first time Tottenham Hotspur have reached the European Cup or Champions League final. Liverpool have a somewhat more storied past in the competition, however. The Reds will be playing in their ninth final overall and their second in a row. They’ve won the jug-eared trophy on five occasions – in 1977, 1978, 1981 and 1984 in its original European Cup form and once during the Champions League era in 2005.

Who is the highest scorer in the 2019 Champions League?

None of the players in Saturday’s game are likely to beat Barcelona’s Lionel Messi to the tournament top scorer award. The Argentine wizard leads the pack having hit the target 12 times, placing him 4 goals ahead of Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski.

Of those playing in the final, Spurs stars Lucas Moura and Harry Kane lead the way with 5, with teammate Son Heung-min on 4, the same number of goals scored by Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane – Liverpool’s joint top scorers in the tournament   

Who won the UEFA Champions League 2018?

Liverpool lost out to Real Madrid in last year’s final at the Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev, with the Spanish side 3-1 victors.

Man-of-the match was Gareth Bale who capped off his performance with a stunning bicycle kick goal, but it was a night to forget for Liverpool keeper Loris Karius who gifted Madrid two goals following a couple of wince-inducing errors.  

How can I live stream the online action straight to my TV?

The ability to live stream all the football to your phone or tablet is undeniably useful – you don't have to miss a single goal, even if you're out of the house. But if you want to stream the football from the internet to your TV, then picking up a streaming box might be useful. Check out our guide to the best streaming media players, where the likes of Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire are all included. 

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