The Europa League final between Sevilla and Inter Milan takes place tonight. Sevilla are the Real Madrid of the Europa League having dominated it in recent decades, while Inter just want a shiny new cup to stir things up in the dusty cupboard they call a trophy cabinet.
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The UEFA Women’s Champions League Quarterfinals kick off with two matches on Friday and two matches on Saturday. Friday’s matches feature Glasgow City taking on Wolfsburg and Atletico Madrid facing Barcelona. And, we can watch them all!
The Quarterfinals are being broadcast in a variety of locations this year, with most clubs retaining the rights to broadcast the matches — for free — on their YouTube channels and/or club website. UEFA.tv will also be broadcasting the matches in select countries. Once the YouTube links are available, they will be posted in this article.
The highlight match for the day is surely Atletico taking on Barca. The Catalans won the 2019/20 Primera Division, snapping Atleti’s four year reign as champions. It’s going to be a tight affair with both teams unlikely to budge easily.
Unfortunately for Glasgow City, things could get ugly in their match with Wolfsburg. The reigning Bundesliga champions are second to only Lyon across Europe in recent seasons and will most certainly be looking to make quick work of their Scottish opponents.
Saturday will bring us two more matches with Arsenal facing Paris Saint-Germain and OUR VERY OWN Bayern Munich taking on world beaters Lyon.
It’s Champions League time.
Glasgow City vs. Wolfsburg — Match Info
Location: Anoeta Stadium, San Sebastián, Spain
Time: 6:00 pm local time, 12:00 pm ET
Atletico Madrid vs. Barcelona — Match Info
Location: San Mamés, Bilbao, Spain
Time: 6:00 pm local time, 12:00 am ET
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