Portugal's Primeira Liga season may be done and dusted, but the competitive action from the 2019/20 campaign is not yet over in the region with the final of the Taca de Portugal still to be played. Follow along with all of the action wherever you are with our Benfica vs Porto live stream guide.
Both teams travel to the Estádio Cidade de Coimbra for today's fixture which sees this year's Primeira Liga champions FC Porto take on O Clássico rivals SL Benfica. The game will take place behind closed doors, as has become commonplace in Europe.
FC Porto clinched their 29th Primeira Liga title this term, finishing 5 points clear of today's opponents Benfica. Despite losing their final game of the season at Braga, the Blue and Whites won 26 of their regular-season games to take home the title. A win in Coimbre tonight would see Sérgio Conceição's men secure the first domestic double since the 2010/11 season.
Benfica have been no slouches this campaign, recording just two fewer wins than their rivals to the north. This will be the third meeting of these two clubs in the Taca de Portugal competition with Benfica coming out on top last time in 2003.
That being said, Porto holds the better recent head-to-head record in all competitions having won in the last three meetings between these teams. Tonight's final is also Benfica caretaker manager Nelson Verissimo's last game in charge before the Jorge Jesus takes over for next season.
Read on for full details on how to get a live stream of Benfica vs Porto no matter where you are in the world with our guide below.
Benfica vs Porto: Where and when?
All eyes will be on the Estádio Cidade de Coimbra on Saturday for this match which is set to take place behind closed doors. Kick-off is at 8:45pm local time.
That makes it an 8:45pm start in the UK with 3:45pm ET / 12:45pm PT being the time to tune in in the U.S.. For those watching the game from Australia, it's a 5:45am AEST start on Sunday morning.
Watch Benfica vs Porto online from outside your country
We have details of all the U.S. and UK broadcasters of the Taca de Portugal further down in this guide. If you're intent on watching Benfica vs Porto but find yourself away from home then you'll run into problems when trying to stream your domestic coverage online from abroad as it's likely to be geo-blocked.
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How to watch Benfica vs Porto online in the U.S.
RTP Sports has the rights to show the final of the Taca de Portugal in the U.S. and you can access it on a variety of cable platforms. If you're of the cord-cutting persuasion, then Fubo TV is the best service for you to watch the game on a variety of devices. There's also a free 7-day trial which you can use to watch Benfica vs Porto and see if the service is for you.
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How to stream Benfica vs Porto live in the UK
Premier Sports has the rights to show the Taca de Portugal final in the UK, though the great news is that it will be broadcast on its FreeSports channel. That means UK folks can watch the game for free via its Freeview, Sky, Virgin Media, and BT channels, or using the FreeSports Player app.
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