The Premier League season may be over, Arsenal may have won the FA Cup and Man Utd the Europa League trophy, but there's still the small matter of the UEFA Champions League final to decide.
Thanks to technological innovations, you can watch it online, on TV, on your mobile, and even in virtual reality - and all without paying a penny. And, let us stress, it's completely legal.
So whichever way you want to get your soccer kicks, there's a platform for you. Step this way, and we'll show you how to enjoy the action without spending any money.
Champions League final TV coverage
The Champions League final is on Saturday 3rd June in Cardiff, and sees European heavyweights Real Madrid face Serie A champions Juventus.
BT has the exclusive live rights to the match. You can see it on BT Sport Showcase, BT Sport's taster channel that's on Freeview channel 115. BT Sport Showcase is free to watch for anyone - as long as they have Freeview - regardless whether they have BT TV or not. The match kicks off at 7:45pm UK time.
Don't have Freeview or BT Sport? Fancy watching in ultra-high definition? Or will you be out of the house during the match? Don't worry, there are plenty of other ways to watch...
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How to watch in 4K
BT Sports subscribers can watch the Champions League final in 4K, courtesy of the BT Sport Ultra HD channel. This will also give the benefit of Dolby Atmos, Dolby's surround sound technology, though you'll need compatible home cinema gear to hear the difference.
BT is even broadcasting in 4K on YouTube, though you'll need decent broadband speed in order for it not to be a jerky, stop-start ordeal (most people recommend at least 15Mbps).
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How to watch online
You don't have to have 4K-capable broadband speeds to watch the game online. BT's YouTube broadcast is accessible to anyone with an internet connection (even if it's not the fastest).
How to watch on your mobile
You have three options here: load up BTSport.com or YouTube on your mobile browser, or download the BT Sport app and watch through that.
The app is available for Apple, Android and Windows 10 devices, and is free to download from the relevant app stores. As well as streaming live action, it brings you the latest sports news, results, exclusive videos and catch-up footage.
How to watch in virtual reality
For the first time, the Champions League final will be available to watch in virtual reality courtesy of the BT Sport Virtual Reality app. This lets you choose between a 360-degree programme with commentary and graphics, or select your own camera viewpoint.