While it has been reported that both clubs have returned a significant number of their ticket allocations owing to the high cost and difficulty of travel to the stadium, the match will be available to watch on TV and online.
In addition the strained relations between Armenia and Azerbaijan mean that Henrikh Mkhitaryan will play no part in the feature, leading to widespread criticism towards Uefa, the European football governing body, over the decision to allocate the final to Baku.
There is some good news – BT Sport have opened up the final as free to view for non-subscribers.
Here is everything you need to know.
How to watch the final
BT Sport are showing the final free of subscription – but only on certain platforms.
Online: If you want to watch the final on the BT Sport website, you can do so at btsport.com/final.
On YouTube: If you want to watch the finals on YouTube on any device, the live stream will be online here.
On the mobile app: BT App viewers will be able to watch in HDR (HD High Dynamic Range), in the app. App viewers can also watch the finals in VR360 on a mobile or tablet. You can watch from a specific viewpoint, or with commentary from Spencer Owen. The app is also now available on PS4 and Xbox One, as well as Samsung Smart TVs, Apple TV and Chromecast Ultra.
On TV: If you want to watch on a set-top box, you will need to have a BT Sport subscription. Virgin Media, however, will be showing both games for free.
Here are the TV channels for your subscription:
- BT TV: HD 431, 4K UHD 433
- Sky: HD 414
- Virgin Media: HD 100, 4K UHD 532
Kick-off: 8pm on Wednesday 29 May
Venue: Baku Olympic Stadium, Azerbaijan
TV channel: BT Sport 2 and available to live stream via the BT Sport website and app
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