*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change
Who will succeed Chelsea as the Champions League holders? Well, we could have another Premier League winner after Liverpool stormed to their third final in five years under Jurgen Klopp.
Hopes of an all-English final were dashed, however, as Manchester City bottled the second leg of their semi-final tie with Real Madrid after being 5-3 ahead on aggregate with five minutes left to play at the Bernabeu.
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A repeat of the 2018 final awaits and Liverpool v Real Madrid promises to be a blockbuster meeting, with Mohamed Salah already vowing the Reds have a ‘score to settle’ after he was cynically injured by Sergio Ramos in the showpiece four years ago.
You’ll find all the key details about the 2022 Champions League final including the date, kick-off time and Paddy Power’s odds below.
When is the Champions League final?
The 2022 Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid is scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 28 at 8pm. The big match effectively serves as the climax to the domestic season in Europe.
Where is the Champions League final?
The 2022 Champions League final was set to be held at the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg, Russia but due to Mad Vlad’s invasion of Ukraine, UEFA bigwigs stepped in to switch the showpiece to the iconic Stade de France in Paris, France.
Champions League winner odds
Liverpool head into the Champions League final as the favourites with Paddy Power to lift the trophy as they bid to become the kings of Europe for the seventh time in their history. Real Madrid, the most successful club side in European history, are the outsiders despite battling past PSG, Chelsea and Manchester City in this season’s knockout rounds. Paddy’s latest prices are available on the widgets below.
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