We can be absolutely sure Everton won't do us a favour, but in fairness, if we can't beat an already relegated Middlesbrough on the final day of the campaign, we probably don't deserve Champions League football. BT Sport will be capturing the entire match at Csrdiff's Millennium Stadium, in which Juventus will take on Real Madrid, in 360 degrees, allowing fans that didn't manage to grab a ticket to still get at least a taste of what it would have been like to actually be there.
Furthermore, both the Champions League and Europa League finals are set to be available to the public subscription free - each final will be accessible via the BT Sport app, website, YouTube channel or old-school television, which is all very exciting for those who have gone without live European football this year. The Gunners can afford for just one of the two other sides to lose, but even so, fourth place does not guarantee getting to the champions league next season, with Manchester United favourites to win this seasons Europa League. The Europa League final will take place in Stockholm on May 24.
The game will also be available for the first time in 4K UHD on YouTube and 4K UHD with Dolby Atmos sound on BT TV.
It is 14 years since José Mourinho won his first European title in this competition with Porto and it proved a sign of things to come. The Europa League and Champions League finals were also shown on the video site by BT for free a year ago.
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"Now you can qualify for the Champions League [by winning it] too". "These are two of the biggest club football tournaments in the world and showing them live on social media and on mobile devices makes it more readily available to a younger audience as well as available to traditional TV viewers".
"We believe that VR can offer our viewers an immersive second screen view which will enhance our coverage".
"We have a hard game - let's not forget this first", Cech told the Daily Express. "This will mean viewers will be able to watch on YouTube or via the new BT Sport VR App, either watching a directed programme with commentary and graphics or they can choose their position to view from eight locations in the stadium".