UEFA Champions League Final – Barcelona vs Manchester United (Live Video Stream)
Match: Barcelona vs Manchester United – UEFA Champions League Finals
Date: May 28, 2011 (Saturday)
Venue: Wembley Stadium in London, England
Kick off time: 20:45 CEST (19:45 local time)
A few hours away from now, football fans from around the world will witness the most awaited game to be held in London, the 2011 UEFA Champions League final between FC Barcelona and Manchester United.
Some interesting facts: The final is between Spanish side Barcelona and Manchester United of England, a repeat of the 2009 final held in Rome, Italy, which Barcelona won 2–0. The referee for this match will be Viktor Kassai from Hungary. The venue, the new Wembley Stadium, is hosting its first European Cup final, having opened in 2007. The old Wembley Stadium hosted the finals in 1963, 1968, 1971, 1978 and 1992.
Both teams entered the competition having won it three times previously, Manchester United in 1968, 1999 and 2008; and Barcelona in 1992 and 2006, as well as 2009. To reach the final, in the knockout phase Barcelona beat Arsenal, Shakhtar Donetsk and lastly Real Madrid in the 212th El Clásico derby, while Manchester United beat Marseille, Chelsea and Schalke. In their respective domestic seasons, both teams entered the final as Premier League and La Liga champions but neither team won a domestic cup that season.
You can watch Barcelona vs Manchester United live stream online on UEFA’s official website or at Foxsoccer.tv but with a fee. They will be live streaming the event and you can watch the game on your computer.
The match will also be shown on ITV 1 and Sky Sports in the United Kingdom while in the United States, Fox is showing the final for the second consecutive year.
So, don’t miss to Watch Barcelona vs Manchester United live stream online on Saturday May 28, 2011. Watch out for it at game time.
UPDATE: FT: Barcelona 3 – Manchester United 1
Pedro, Messi and Villa clinch second Champions League crown in three years for Guardiola. Barca’s front three all got on the score-sheet as the Catalan giants saw off the English challenge to collect the trophy and seal a place in the history books.
Barcelona is the champions of Europe after producing a scintillating performance to defeat Manchester United 3-1 at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.
In what proved to be a one sided affair, Pedro gave the Catalan giants the advantage only for Wayne Rooney to cancel out his strike in the first half. In the second half, however, Lionel Messi and David Villa took center stage, adding their names to the scoresheet in an imperious win.
Barcelona clinched the famous trophy for the fourth time in its history, and its second title in three seasons. (Source: GOAL)