Live Stream Liverpool vs Tottenham Champions League final replay

Posted: 1 June 2019 6:25 pm News

It's an all-England affair in the early hours of June 2, with Liverpool vs Tottenham set to decide the 2019 Champions League final.

After falling at the final hurdle in 2018, Liverpool has extended the form of its best ever Premier League campaign into the Champions League, with a second consecutive shot at the final. Tottenham may have dropped off in the league over the final month or so of the campaign, but its giant killing way to the Champions League final helps ensure it's a 50-50 bet in what's sure to be gripping match.

The venue is the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, Madrid, Spain. It's close enough to England to draw a massive crowd and we can expect nothing short of an electric atmosphere. In Australia, there is only one legal way to watch the Liverpool vs Tottenham Champions League final, Optus Sport, and another if you have a VPN.

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When does the Liverpool vs Tottenham Champions League final start?

The Liverpool vs Tottenham Champions League final will kick off at 5:00 am AEST time, with pre-game programming and a post-game wrap also available via the broadcast options detailed below. This is how that time looks across the country.

City Champions League Final Start Time
Auckland 7:00 AM
Adelaide 4:30 AM
Brisbane 5:00 AM
Canberra 5:00 AM
Darwin 4:30 AM
Hobart 5:00 AM
Melbourne 5:00 AM
Perth 3:00 AM
Sydney 5:00 AM

How to watch the UEFA Champions League final

In previous years, you could watch the UEFA Champions League Final through Foxtel, Kayo Sports (an amazing new sports streaming service worth checking out) and SBS. However, such choice is no longer available, with Optus Sport gaining the exclusive rights to not only the live stream of Liverpool vs. Tottenham, but also the replay.

Optus Sport does not offer a free trial, only a basic mode that does not live stream the Champions League final. So unless you are already an Optus mobile phone or internet customer that has access to a free Optus Sport subscription as part of your package (which you may need to call through to find out), you're left with no choice but to pay $14.95 for a month's subscription in order to watch the Champions League final live.

The good news is, you'll also get access to the Women's Football World Cup, which is also on through June, ensuring you can certainly get your money's worth. Optus Sport is also available almost everywhere, including; PC, Mac, ChromeCast, iOS, Android, Apple TV, Fetch and Xbox One.

There is another, cheaper option, but it may not offer you the quality you seek. In the UK, the Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham is broadcast on the BT Sport YouTube channel. It's geo-blocked, of course, so you cannot watch it from Australia unless you use a VPN to appear like you are in the UK.

Given the distance between Australia and England, and the number of people who will be watching, lag could be an issue, so we recommend shelling out the $14.95 and just enjoying the game on Optus Sport. However, if you would like to explore this route, we have an extensive comparison of all your VPN options.

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