The finals will be streamed online via the BT Sport App, YouTube and the BT Sport website
BT Sport is streaming the 2021 UEFA Europa League Final and the UEFA Champions League Final for free.
Both finals will be available at no cost at www.btsport.com/final ;andd and on the BT Sport YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/btsport - and via the BT Sport App on PlayStation, Xbox, Samsung smart TVs and Amazon Fire.
The finals will also be available for anyone to watch on Virgin channel 532 (HD) and 533 (UHD).
BT Sport’s live coverage of the UEFA Europa League Final – Manchester Utd v Villarreal – from Gdansk will begin at 6.30pm on Wednesday 26 May on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 4K UHD, hosted by Jake Humphrey and a team including Rio Ferdinand, Owen Hargreaves, Paul Scholes, Robbie Savage and Ian Darke.
BT Sport’s live coverage of the UEFA Champions League Final – Man City v Chelsea – begins on Friday 28 May with a live preview show at 8pm on BT Sport 1 hosted by Lynsey Hipgrave with guests Michael Owen, Gianfranco Zola and Owen Hargreaves.
Coverage of the final starts at 6pm on Saturday 29 May on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 4K UHD, hosted by Gary Lineker and the team including Rio Ferdinand, Joleon Lescott, Joe Cole, Steve McManaman, Glenn Hoddle, Darren Fletcher and Des Kelly.
Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said “After a difficult year for everyone, it’s exciting to be approaching the end of the football season with three English teams making it through to the European finals plus the option of watching it with family and friends in person. Anyone can watch the final, on BT Sport or for free online or on YouTube, or by downloading the BT Sport App and trying out Match Day Experience features such as the enhanced player and Watch Together.”
Ben McOwen Wilson, manager director of YouTube UK, added: “We’re proud and excited to partner BT Sport to bring the two biggest matches in European club football to British viewers for the sixth year running, including our third all-English final in this year’s UEFA Champions League.”