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Everything You Need To Know About The Women's Champions League Final

The 2021-22 UEFA Women's Champions League has been a watermark edition of the competition. The implementation of a 16-team group stage was a huge success, and attendances of over 90,000 speak to the allure of the tournament — all of which was broadcast free of charge to a global audience on YouTube with the sort of packaging UEFA previously only bestowed on the men's game. It's only going to get bigger and better from here. 

How to watch Women's Champions League final 2022 in USA has never been easier. The game kicks off at 1 p.m. ET on May 21 from Turin, Italy, and you can stream the match for free on YouTube through the DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League channel

How To Watch Women's Champions League Final 2022 In USA

What Teams Are Playing In The Women's Champions League Final?

Barcelona, the defending champion, returns after beating Wolfsburg 5-3 on aggregate in the semifinals. 

Seven-time champion Lyon is back in the final for the first time since winning five straight between 2015-16 and 19-20.   

2022 UEFA Women's Champions League Final Stadium

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Juventus Stadium | Turin, Italy

Capacity: 41,507 | Past Events: 2014 Europa League Final, 2021 UEFA Nations League Finals 

Barcelona is designated as the "home" team.

Are There Any Americans In The Women's Champions League Final?

Lyon has 27-year-old World Cup winner Lindsey Horan in its midfield and 22-year-old Olympic bronze medalist Catarina Macario in attack. Macario is the third-leading scorer in the competition with seven goals, trailing only Ballon d'Or winner Alexia Putellas and Tabea Waßmuth (10). Lyon also has Canadian gold medalist Kadeisha Buchanan.

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