(Pocket-lint) - BT Sport has the sole UK rights to show the UEFA Champions League final. However, while you would normally have to subscribe to watch live coverage of the tournament, it is offering several ways to view the final, including in 4K, HDR and for free.

The match between Paris-Saint Germain (PSG) and Bayern Munich will be the oddest in the competition's history, being that it won't have a crowd, but you couldn't have asked for two more attacking teams. It should be a cracker.

Here then are the details on how to watch the match live in a format that suits you.

When is the Spurs v Liverpool Champions League final?

The final takes place at the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica in Lisbon, usually the home of Portugeuse side Benfica. It will kick-off at 8pm BST (9pm CEST) on Sunday 23 August 2020.

A preview show will start on BT Sport at 7pm BST before the match itself.

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Is the Champions League final available in 4K HDR?

Viewers with a BT 4K-enabled set-top-box and 4K TV plan can watch the final on the BT Sport Ultimate channel in 4K.

You will be able to view the match in HDR too, but only through the BT Sport app for compatible platforms: HDR-ready smartphones, tablets - such as the iPad Pro - plus Apple TV, Samsung Smart TVs, the Xbox One S, Xbox One X and PlayStation 4.

Will the Champions League final be screened for free?

Naturally, all paying BT Sport subscribers can watch the final through the app or TV platform of choice: BT TV, Sky, Virgin Media, etc. However, it will also be available for free to those without a subscription. There are several ways to do this.

The UEFA Champions League final will be streamed live to watch through an internet browser at btsport.com/final. And it will be available to watch for free on BT Sport's YouTube channel too.

Even access to the BT Sport app coverage will be free for the live final. That means you will be able to watch it on Apple TV, Samsung Smart TVs, Xbox One and smaller devices. Virgin channel 531 will also show it in 4K for owners of the B6 box, while all other Virgin TV customers can watch it HD on channel 100, even if you don't subscribe. It will also be available through Virgin Media's Virgin TV Go app.

How about the Europa League final?

Tonight's Europa League final will also be available to watch live for free, through all the same steps above.

Writing by Rik Henderson.