The network has prepared coverage of the final match with over 7.5 hours of programming available to watch on different platforms.

CBS Sports will present unprecedented coverage of the highly anticipated game between Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund, which will put an end to the 2023-24 UEFA Champions League.

The network will originate its broadcast from the legendary Wembley Stadium in London, with over seven hours of multiplatform live coverage of the clash. CBS, CBS Sports Network, Paramount+, and CBS Sports Golazo Network will team up to cover the game in style before and after its kickoff, which is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. ET.

This will be the fifth time for CBS covering the UEFA Champions League final, which will begin at 1:00 p.m. with a two-hour preview on CBS Sports Golazo Network and Paramount+. At 1:30 p.m., CBS Sports and Paramount+ will carry on with the pre-match coverage, halftime show, and post-match coverage on the iconic UEFA Champions League Today show, led by host Kate Abdo alongside Thierry Henry, Micah Richards, and Jamie Carragher. 

Additionally, the network will include reports from London courtesy of Peter Schmeichel, Guillem Balagué, Anita Jones, Nico Cantor and Geoff Shreeves. Speaking of in-game commentary, play-by-play action will be covered by Clive Tyldesley alongside analysy Rob Green, while Christina Unkel will chip in as rules' analyst.

The network will also include shoulder programming for the UCL final, including a special edition of the iconic CBS Sports Golazo Network show Morning Footy, led by Susannah Fuller, with Charlie Davies, Jimmy Conrad, and Kelley O'Hara.

UEFA Champions League Today will also include special appearances by Real Madrid fan and NBA ace Joel Embiid, former UCL winner Alessandro del Piero, and Nickelodeon's Dora the Explorer, who will interact with Kate Abdo and the show's usual panel of former footballers.

Saturday's coverage will also include a new episode of the all-women studio show "We Need to Talk" on CBS and Paramount+. Tina Cervasio will host alongside panelists Susannah Fuller, Jenny Chiu, and Sarah Kustok, with some of the topics having to do with the impact of youth soccer in the U.S. and the opportunities it creates for women.

CBS Sports Golazo Network will also preview the final all week on its studio programming. Additionally, CBS Sports will feature editorial analysis over the week on CBSSports.com, on the CBS Sports App, the Golazo Starting XI newsletter, and all of CBS Sports Golazo's social accounts.