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Liverpool vs Real Madrid: Champions League Final Live Stream

Liverpool vs Real Madrid LIVE Champions League final: Fabinho, Thiago start for the Reds

Champions League final Liverpool vs Real Madrid: Enjoy live updates of the LIV vs RMA match from the Stade de France Stadium in Paris, France.

 UEFA Champions League 2021-22 final between Liverpool vs Real Madrid being played at The Stade de France Stadium in Paris, France.

This is Aneesh Dey bringing you the pre-match buildup minute-by-minute updates from the final.

Liverpool’s starting XI for the final!

Liverpool XI: Alisson(GK), Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho, Henderson(C), Thiago, Diaz, Salah, Mane

Manager: Jurgen Klopp

11:00 pm: Team Form!

Liverpool and Real Madrid have met eight times in competitive fixtures in the past and the Reds have won just once, in the Champions League final of 1981, which also took place in Paris. Real Madrid has won four times, while the remaining three matches have been draws.


Liverpool will look to settle the scores of the 2018 UEFA Champions League (UCL) final loss when it takes on Real Madrid at Paris in this year’s UCL final.

The Reds have gone on to win the Champions League since that final in Cardiff and will hope to win their second Champions League under Jurgen Klopp, after its pursuit for the Premier League was ended by Manchester City on the final match day.

The team, however, has injury concerns, with Fabinho having a hamstring injury, Thiago out with another knock during the match against Wolverhamton Wanderers and its captain Virgil Van Dijk, who looked to have picked up a minor injury in the FA Cup final.

Though Van Dijk was on the bench for the final Premier League fixture, updates on the other two still remain pending.

Real Madrid, on the other hand, had its domestic ambitions fulfilled with a league title, earning 86 points from 73 matches and will look to win its 14th Champions League title, this time under Carlo Ancelotti.

The Italian has already guided Los Blancos to the jewel crown of elite European football once in 2014 and will look to repeat the same on his way to become the most decorated football manager of all time.


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