John Strong and Brad Friedel Call Juventus vs. Real Madrid from Cardiff

LOS ANGELES, CA – FOX Sports presents an impressive soccer lineup Saturday, June 3, featuring the UEFA Champions League final, a U.S. Men’s National Team international friendly and the U.S. U20 Men’s National Team battling Venezuela in the U20 World Cup quarterfinals across the FOX broadcast network, FS1, FS2 and FOX Deportes.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Real Madrid gets action underway at 2:00 PM ET on FOX, when they battle defensive powerhouse Juventus in the UEFA Champions League final. Lead play-by-play announcer John Strong and analyst Brad Friedel call the match live from Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, with Geoff Shreeves reporting from the sidelines. Rob Stone anchors studio coverage from the FOX broadcast center in Los Angeles alongside studio analysts Alexi Lalas, Eric Wynalda and Warren Barton, with special reports from Kate Abdo from Cardiff.

FOX Deportes’ UEFA Champions League final presentation begins at 11:00 AM ET with FOX DEPORTES EN VIVO live from Millennium Stadium. John Laguna and Mariano Trujillo anchor studio coverage alongside Claudio Suarez, Hector Fernandez, Isabel Forner, Kate Abdo, Javier Aguirre, Jose Maria Baquero and Valeria Marin.

Soccer programming continues on FOX at 5:00 PM ET, with a one-hour Confederations Cup preview show highlighting this year’s tournament and expert analysis on the eight teams.

Action shifts to FS1 at 10:00 PM ET, as the US MNT battles Venezuela in an international friendly. JP Dellacamera and Stu Holden call the match live from Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah, with Jenny Taft reporting from the sidelines.

A late Saturday night matchup concludes the day’s action when the U.S. U20 MNT squares off against Venezuela in the U20 World Cup in South Korea beginning at 1:50 AM ET live on FS2.

All matches can be live streamed via FOX Sports GO and FOX Soccer 2Go. FOX Sports GO is available on or on the FOX Sports GO app, which can be downloaded from iTunes, Google Play, Amazon App Store and Windows Store. Streaming is also now available on several connected devices, including Apple TV, Android TV, FireTV, Roku, Chromecast and Xbox One.