When is RB Leipzig vs Frankfurt? Kick-off time, referee, TV channel info & live streaming
Defending champions RB Leipzig and Eintracht Frankfurt meet in the 2022/23 DFB-Pokal final in Berlin on Saturday.
Die Roten Bullen won this competition for the first time in their history last season, as Domenico Tedesco’s men saw off SC Freiburg on penalties, and now under the stewardship of Marco Rose they will be looking to make it two triumphs in a row.
Frankfurt are the joint third-most succesful club in DFB-Pokal history, and with Oliver Glasner set to leave at the end of the season, the Europa League-winning coach would love to add a sixth crown to the Waldstadion trophy room.
When is RB Leipzig vs Frankfurt?
RB Leipzig vs Frankfurt takes place on Saturday 3 June at the Olympiastadion (Berlin).
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What is the kick-off time for RB Leipzig vs Frankfurt?
RB Leipzig vs Frankfurt will kick-off at 7pm (UK time).
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Where can I watch RB Leipzig vs Frankfurt on TV?
- UK: Viaplay Xtra
- US: ESPN Deportes
How can I live stream RB Leipzig vs Frankfurt online?
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Who is refereeing RB Leipzig vs Frankfurt?
Daniel Siebert will be the referee for the 2023 DFB-Pokal final, one of Germany’s top referees based in Berlin.
RB Leipzig team news
Josko Gvardiol is set to sit the final out through suspension after picking up a straight red card in the semi-final against SC Freiburg, meaning Lukas Klostermann could come in to partner Willi Orban. Elsewhere, Peter Gulacsi remains a long-term absentee after rupturing his Achilles just before the World Cup, while Timo Werner will be hoping to continue in the starting XI having recently returned following illness.
Centre-back Hrvoje Smolcic has been out since March and will miss the final, with the Croat not pencilled in for a return until late June. His unavailability will likely see Almamy Toure retain his place alongside Tuta and Evan Ndicka in Glasner’s back-three. Lucas Alario is also out but Philipp Max made his return from a hamstring injury at the weekend and will be hoping for a start.