Atlético Madrid takes on Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League Final this Saturday, and you can catch the action online.

The match kicks off at 19:45 BST (20:45 CET), and both Sky Sports and ITV will be streaming it live. Sky will be broadcasting the match via their Sky Go service for existing Sky Sports subscribers, whereas ITV coverage is free.

If you want to watch the action on a mobile device, both channels have apps available for Apple and Android platforms.

BBC Radio 5 will also be broadcasting live commentary, either via their website or on 909/693 MW.

The all-Spanish final promises to be a thriller, with Real looking for their 10th European victory. Their rivals Atlético are still riding a wave of euphoria following their La Liga title win however, and won’t go down without a fight.

Last weekend an estimated 200,000 Atlético fans celebrated their win in the center of Madrid, and the team will be looking to ride that momentum into the UEFA final.

Real last took the European title in 2002, when Zinedine Zidane secured the win in spectacular style. Fans hoping that this weekend will end a decade’s worth of expectation have had hopes raised by news that injury plagued Cristiano Ronaldo has been confirmed fit for the match.

What are your match predictions?

Will Real finally secure the fabled 10th, or will Atlético have even more to celebrate?