How to watch Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid in the Champions League final live on TV and online

The biggest day in European club football is upon us. Tonight, in Lisbon's Estadio da Luz, two Madrid-based powerhouses will battle it out for Champions League glory.

Real's latest set of Galacticos are set to take on this season's surprise package in Atletico, in what is sure to be a fiery encounter.

Los Blancos last won the trophy over a decade ago, when Zinedine Zidane struck home against Bayer Leverkusen at Glasgow's Hampden Park. The club has since spent hundreds of millions, as well as appointed and disposed of a multitude of high-profile managers, in its quest to regain that glory.

City rivals Atletico, meanwhile, will want to build on their La Liga victory, which was accomplished with a draw in Barcelona last weekend. If the club gets its hands on the trophy, a new period of dominance could be on the cards.

The build-up to this game, unfortunately, has been dominated by talk of injuries, with both teams' leading figures struggling for fitness of late. Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to be fine to start the match but, despite consulting a specialist in Belgrade, Diego Costa is still a major doubt because of a torn hamstring.

Regardless, there'll still be bags of talent taking to the field, and you'll be able to tune into proceedings both on television and online. Sky's TV coverage will begin at 6pm BST, while ITV's will kick off an hour later. The match itself will get underway at 7.45pm.

The two channels will also be getting in on the online act too, providing their own live streams and text updates. Sky Go's the place to be if you've shelled out for the service, while everyone else can simply head over to ITV's own dedicated Champions League area (or the pub).

Los Rojiblancos will likely be the side most neutrals root for, due to their relative underdog status and the strong impression their manager, Diego Simeone, and team have made on viewers this season. However, if Real were to pick up the grand prize, the celebrations would be on a different planet.

Let's just hope for an end-to-end game.

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