Champions League Final Odds: When Is It? Who Will Win? Where Can I Watch It?

Everything you need to know ahead of the UEFA Champions League Final
Samuel Farley
Fri, August 21, 12:32 PM EDT

Who are favorites to win the Champions League final?

Bayern Munich are the favorites to win the Champions League final, and they were favorites to win this trophy, alongside Manchester City for much of the season.

Who are people betting on to win the Champions League final?

Our exclusive betting data tells an interesting story about the Champions League final betting. 50.44% of bets on the winner of the game have been on Bayern Munich, with 38.31% backing Neymar's PSG team to win the game. That leaves just 11.25% who think it'll be a tie at the end of 90 minutes.

Fascinatingly whilst the amount of bets on both teams have been quite close, in terms of money, there has been a huge amount more staked on Bayern Munich winning the game. An incredible 91.8% of the handle has been on the Germans. That indicates that sharps and big bettors have laid substantial sums of money on Bayern Munich to win.

What are the Champions League final odds?

Bayern Munich +108

Draw +320

PSG +225

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Who will win?

Bayern Munich are favorites and at odds of +108 the sportsbooks are implying a probability of 48.1% that they win inside of 90 minutes. PSG's odds of +225 imply just 30.8% chance that they win, without it going to extra time.

Who will score first in the Champions League final?

We don't know for sure but the bookmakers think it will be Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski. The Polish striker is +310 to score first, which implies a probability of 24.4% that he'll open the scoring. It's no surprise that he's such a short price, he's managed 56 goals in 47 games this season, including 15 in the Champions League.

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What is the Champions League final?

The UEFA Champions League final is the biggest game in club soccer. Besides the World Cup it's probably considered the highlight of a player's career to win it.

Who won last year's Champions League final?

Last season's Champions League was won by Liverpool who defeated Tottenham in the final. They both got knocked out in the Round of 16 in this year's competiton.

How many Champions League have PSG and Bayern Munich won?

PSG have never won a Champions League and this is their first appearance in the final. Marseille are the only French winners of the trophy, when they beat Milan in 1993.

Bayern Munich know this stage well and have won this title 5 times. They won it three years back-to-back between 1974 and 1976, and won it last in 2013 when they beat fellow Germans, Borussia Dortmund, in the final. 

When is it?

The 2020 Champions League final takes place on Sunday 23rd August.

Where is it?

The final is taking place at the Estadio da Luz, in Lisbon, Portugal. There will be no spectators due to the Covid-19 crisis. The outbreak of the coronavirus forced the tournament to be moved from it's original location at Ataturk Olympic Stadium, in Istanbul, Turkey. They will host the 2021 final though.

When does the Champions League final kick-off?

The Champions League final kick's off at 3pm ET on Sunday 23rd August.

What TV channel is the Champions League final on?

You can watch the 2020 Champions League on CBS Sports Network, with coverage starting at 2:30pm ET on Sunday 23rd August.

Where can I bet on the Champions League final?

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Who is in the final?

The final is between Bayern Munich of Germany and PSG of France.

Who will start for Bayern Munich?

Bayern Munich are believed to be naming an unchanged starting XI. Neuer, Davies, Alaba, Boeteng, Kimmich, Thiago, Goretzka, Perisic, Muller, Gnabry, Lewandowski. If Jerome Boeteng doesn't pass a fitness test it is likely he'll be replaced by Niklas Sule.

Who will start for PSG?

It's still unclear if Keylor Navas starts in goal for PSG after missing the semi-final through injury. Marco Verratti is also likely to get his first start since returning from injury as a substitute in the previous game. Rico, Bernat, Kimpembe, Silva, Kehrer, Verratti, Marquinhos, Herrera, Mbappe, Neymar, Di Maria.

 

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