For the fifth time this season, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund play against each other, this time for the biggest prize of all – the 2013 Champions League Final played at Wembley, in a slightly ironic all-German affair. It’s hard to argue these were the two best teams in the competition this season, and if you don’t know where to watch this match, we’re here to help.
For Bayern Munich, this is a chance to end a perfect season, and a disappointing set of finals. Four time European champions, Bayern have lost in the Champions League final twice in recent times: In 2010 to Inter and in 2012 to Chelsea. They’ve won the German Bundesliga this season by setting a long number of records, while easily going through the group stage (Valencia, Lille, BATE), beating Arsenal in the knockout stage before their real performance of power: A 4-0 aggregate win against Juventus in the quarterfinals, and a 7-0 drubbing of Barcelona in the semifinals. Their top scorer in the competition is Thomas Muller with 8 goals.
For Dortmund, after two league titles, it was clear that winning or at least succeeding in the Champions League was the most important goal. They finished second in the Bundesliga, far away from Bayern Munich, but did look the most impressive of teams during the group stage, finishing undefeated in the group of death, finishing ahead of Real Madrid, Ajax and Manchester City. They went past Shakhtar in the knockout stage (5-2), Malaga in the quarterfinals (3-2) and Real Madrid in the semifinals (4-3). Robert Lewandowski is their top scorer in the competition, with 11 goals so far.
Where to Watch – Vipbox offer more than a dozen links for the match, with the Skysports link being the one in highest of quality, but also probably the one that’ll be busiest. The two links in German should also provide a solid connection. Firstrow is another well-trusted provider, offering two link at the moment: 1 & 2. There’s also LiveSoccerTV and LiveTV.ru that are well recommended.