And win prizes in the PlayStation F.C. UEFA Champions League app
The UEFA Champions League Final takes place this Saturday at the Stadio San Siro in Milan between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid – a repeat of the 2014 final (which was eventually won by Real Madrid after extra time).
Viewers in the UK can watch this season’s final live from 7.00pm on BT Sport Showcase, free on YouTube on PS4. If you haven’t already, make sure you download the YouTube app on PS4 so you’re ready to watch live on Saturday night.
You can also get ready for the final by downloading the PlayStation F.C. UEFA Champions League app, which is free and exclusive to PS4. Three new classic match videos have been added to the app featuring Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid, including the highlights from the 2014 final. Other UEFA Champions League videos are also available to watch within the app.
This is also the last time this season that you can win PlayStation prizes by playing Fantasy Football, Predictor and Top Five within the app on PS4. Remember, even if you haven’t had the best results so far with these games, prizes are still up for grabs for the points you win in this matchweek. And if you have had a great season, make sure you keep going for your chance to win the end of season prize!*
Find out more here.
Finally, if you’re lucky enough to be in Milan this weekend, head down to the PlayStation F.C. Experience at the UEFA Champions Festival to try out PlayStation VR, to play PES 2016 and to get your photo taken with a friend as the cover star of Pro Evolution Soccer.
We will also be giving away a pair of UEFA Champions League Final Milan 2016 tickets to the person who is top of the PS VR Headmaster Leaderboard by 1.00pm on Saturday.
Located at the Piazza Duomo, the Festival is open daily until Sunday at 5.00pm, so come along on one of these days to join in with the excitement of this season’s UEFA Champions League Final.
*You must be over 18 years-old to download this app. It is only available in the following languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
Prize competition only open to the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom .