Ceferin ends Platini's policy on trophy presentations

  • Ceferin ends Platini's policy on trophy presentations

Ceferin ends Platini's policy on trophy presentations

It will be posted up on YouTube as well as BT's app and website, where you'll be able to switch between different camera angles to get the best view.

All sports fans can watch both games on BT Sport 1 or online via BTSport.com or the BT Sport app, as well as on YouTube which will be showing the fixtures in 4K UHD.

BT Sport's Twitter account confirmed the news yesterday, saying they will be live streaming the Europa League and Champions League finals on YouTube.

The Europa League final between Manchester United and Ajax takes place in Stockholm next Wednesday (24 May) with a place in next season's Champions League up for grabs as well as the trophy.

Now though, ahead of next week's Europa League final between Manchester United and Ajax, Uefa have announced that all of their major trophy presentations will return to the pitch. We will also be making the UEFA Champions League final available live via multiple 360°cameras.

Juventus and Real Madrid will fight it out for the trophy on June 3 in Cardiff, with the Bianconeri looking to win the competition for the first time since 1996.

Jonathan Ford, Chief Executive of the Football Association of Wales said: "The UEFA Women's Champions League Final represents the highest standards in Women's football". The games will also be shown live for free on Freeview for BT Sport Showcase HD, BT TV, Virgin Media and Sky.

The Norton House Hotel, Norton, meanwhile, have not yet experienced huge demand for their ten spare Champions League final rooms.

"We believe that VR can offer our viewers an immersive second screen view which will enhance our coverage".

"We're excited to be broadcasting what we believe to be the biggest multi-camera live 360 degree sporting event ever for the first time to our customers". "Fans today expect quality content on every screen and this partnership delivers just that".

The match will be available free to everyone; you won't have to be a BT Sport subscriber to get involved.

One day people will look back on civilisation and remember a time when we watched Champions League football on a static 2D screen, chuckling to themselves with their headsets on.