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Europa League Final Live Stream: How to watch Liverpool vs Sevilla online for free

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Tonight isn't just all about Google I/O. In fact, for many of us here in the UK this evening's can't miss viewing is taking place in Switzerland, not California.

Later today, Premier League side Liverpool takes on La Liga outfit Sevilla in the 2016 Europa League final. It's one of the last big football matches of the 2015-16 season, and carries added intrigue as Liverpool look to stop Sevilla from winning its third European cup final on the trot.

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Want to watch the match? Sadly, it's not that straightforward. As BT Sport secured the rights to both the Champion's League and Europa League to the tune of nearly £1 billion, the match is only being shown on TV on BT Sport Europe and BT Sport Ultra HD – so you won't be able to tune in if you've just got a basic BT Sport package.

That's the bad news. The good news is BT is feeling fairly benevolent when it comes to online viewing and will be live streaming the match for free over on its YouTube channel. Coverage starts at 6:30pm UK time ahead of a 7:45pm kick-off.

As it's available to stream via YouTube, that also means that you can easily tune in from your mobile device if need be – just follow the same link and pray for decent Wi-Fi or 4G coverage.

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Have you jumped over to BT Sport or are you sticking with Sky? Let us know in the comments below.

iFrank

May 18, 2016, 11:27 am

It's also 'Freeview' on its SD channel according to my Sky box EPG.
Have it in Planner but the YouTube deal means I can watch it in my pub where they gave up on the ever increasing expense.

Political point looming below.

All the claptrap about competition led to greater costs in the end and deprivation of viewing Champions League at home for many of us.

Sky's "monopoly" worked better in hindsight.

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