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When is Barcelona Women vs Wolfsburg Women? Kick-off time, TV channel & live streaming

By Harry Edwards

When is Barcelona Women vs Wolfsburg Women? Kick-off time, referee, TV channel info and live streaming

Published: 8:08, 3 June 2023

The 2023 Women’s Champions League final is upon us with both Barcelona and Wolfsburg looking to win the competition again.

Barcelona were the newest name on the trophy when they won the Champions League in 2021, but they missed the chance to make it two in a row last year, beaten by Lyon in the final. After topping their group this year, Barcelona knocked out Roma and Chelsea to reach their third consecutive final.

Wolfsburg are two-time winners of the Champions League but haven’t lifted the trophy since 2014, when they beat Tyreso to secure back-to-back successes. To make matters worse, Wolfsburg have been in the final three times since 2014, losing to Lyon on all occasions.

Hoping to watch Barcelona Women vs Wolfsburg Women online? Read on for your live streaming options.

When is Barcelona Women vs Wolfsburg Women?

The 2023 Women’s Champions League final between Barcelona and Wolfsburg will take place on Saturday 3 June at the Philips Stadion in Eindhoven, Netherlands.


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What is the kick-off time for Barcelona Women vs Wolfsburg Women?

Barcelona Women vs Wolfsburg Women will kick-off at 3pm (UK time).

Where can I watch Barcelona Women vs Wolfsburg Women on TV?

      • UK: DAZN YouTube
      • US: CBS Sports Network

How can I live stream Barcelona Women vs Wolfsburg Women online?

DAZN are live streaming the Women’s Champions League final between Barcelona and Wolfsburg for account holders in Germany and Japan.

Who is refereeing Barcelona Women vs Wolfsburg Women?

Cheryl Foster will be the referee for Barcelona Women vs Wolfsburg Women, joined by Michelle O’Neill and Franca Overtoom as her assistants.

Barcelona Women team news

Lucy Bronze has been out for Barcelona since the first leg of their Champions League semi-final against Chelsea, but is expected to return in time for the weekend after a successful knee surgery. Barcelona will also have a decision to make about Alexia Putellas, who has missed most of the season due to injury suffered last year but has now made a handful of substitute appearances. Will the two-time Ballon d’Or Feminin winner start, or will the strong midfield of Keira Walsh, Aitana Bonmati and Patri Guijarro continue.

One player that will definitely start is Caroline Graham Hansen, a former Wolfsburg player who is in fantastic form this season yet still goes under the radar when it comes to awards. Graham Hansen missed most of the group stage due to injury but netted home and away against Chelsea in the semi-finals.

Wolfsburg Women team news

Lena Oberdorf was an unused substitute in Wolfsburg’s 2-1 win over Freiburg last weekend, which wasn’t enough to prevent Bayern Munich from winning the Frauen Bundesliga. The German superstar should return to the starting XI this weekend alongside Jill Roord in the centre of midfield, with the latter recently being very vocal about her dreams of a move to Barcelona.


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