If Sunday afternoon didn’t put you off Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea side there’s good news as the UK’s sole representative in Europe is battling it out later tonight to join Real Madrid in the Champions League Final and the best part is that it can be viewed online.
Sky has the rights to the second leg of the Champions League Semi Final Second Leg in West London and Sky Go can help anyone stuck at office to catch the festivities.
By clicking here and entering the correct details Sky subscribers can watch the game on a number of connected devices including tablets, smartphones and computers, meaning that wherever you are there’s no chance of missing out on the spectacle.
Virgin Media customers need not despair either as the company’s Virgin TV Anywhere product allows Sky Sports subscribers to watch the game through the service as long as a computer is being used to access the service. To use it, click here.
Sky’s Now TV service also gives sports fans the chance to purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass for £9.99 that gives access to the company’s six sports channels for a full 24 hours and it also works across a wide of different devices.
Those that manage to get away from the desk and want to soak up the game with a few pints can use Sky’s pub finder to seek out the nearest watering hole that is showing the game.
Any avid fans that make it all the way home to the comfort of the sofa can watch the game on a crystal clear HDTV on Sky Sports 1 and HD 1 with Jeff Stelling getting the festivities underway at 7pm.
The tie will be decided on the night and with the spectre of a penalty shootout it’s sure to be a nail biting evening for anyone watching.
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