Get Ready for the 2023 UEFA Champions League Final: Location, Schedule, TV Coverage and Anticipated Lineup
Tonight, Saturday, the eyes of football fans from all over the world are on the Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey to follow the 2023 European Champions League Final between Manchester City and Inter.
The final match will be hosted by 42-year-old Polish international referee Szymon Marciniak, who must blow his whistle at the start of the match at exactly (20:00) GMT.
Manchester City, the champions of the English Premier League, are looking to win their first ever Champions League title after knocking out previous champions and most decorated Real Madrid (14 titles). from the semi-finals of the Champions League.
On the other hand, Inter Milan Nerazzurre, Coppa Italia champions, are looking for their fourth European Champions League title and their first since 2010.
Inter Milan qualified at the expense of their sworn neighbor AC Milan, beating them back and forth (2-0) with a single goal at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium in the San Siro suburb of Milan.
Channels broadcasting the 2023 UEFA Champions League Final
UEFA Champions League matches are broadcast only and exclusively on beIN Sports’ Qatari channels in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Manchester City vs Inter Milan will be streamed on beIN Sports HD 1 Premium and beIN Sports HD 2 Premium.
In Russia Match TV will broadcast the match live.
Expected squad for the 2023 UEFA Champions League Final:
Spanish ‘philosopher of football’ Pep Guardiola (52), manager of Manchester City, is expected to start this fateful match against Inter Milan with the following starting line-up:
31 – Ederson
25- Manuel Akanji
3- Robin Diaz
5- John Stones
2- Kyle Walker
8- Ilkay Gundogan
17- Kevin De Bruyne
20- Bernardo Silva
10- Jack Grealish
9- Erling Haaland.
And Italy’s Simone Inzaghi (47), manager of Inter Milan, is expected to choose the following starting XI for the Serpents against Manchester City:
24- Andre Onana
36- Matthew Darmian
15- Francesco Acerbi
95- Alessandro Bastoni
2- Denzel Dumfries
23- Niccolo Barella
77- Marcelo Brozovic
20- Hakan Calkhanoglu
32- Federico DiMarco
9- Edin Dzeko
10- Lautaro Martinez.
It is noteworthy that Manchester City and Inter had not previously met in any official match, but brought them together in two friendly matches, the first in 2010, and it ended with the victory of Inter in three in preparation for the Italian championship for a while, and the second took place the following year, 2011, as part of the Dublin Super Bowl tournament, which ended in victory for Manchester City by three times.