Supporters across the world will be able to share in the spectacle of the UEFA Super Cup by watching live online streaming of the Monaco showpiece on Friday.
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Fans across the world will be able to share in the spectacle of the UEFA Super Cup online with live internet streaming of the Monaco showpiece on many broadcaster websites and via uefa.com.
UEFA Champions League holders Manchester United FC will be up against UEFA Cup winners FC Zenit St. Petersburg at the Stade Louis II on Friday. United will be bidding for their second UEFA Super Cup – having first won the trophy in 1991 – while Zenit are aiming to win their second European trophy following their 2-0 defeat of Rangers FC in the UEFA Cup final in May.
For those who want to relive the major moments or for anyone who misses out on the live coverage, delayed highlights will be available via uefa.com's premium video service (video.uefa.com). The live streaming is free in Japan but only available on a pay-per-view basis in all other territories. uefa.com will also provide free live coverage of the Monaco draws for the UEFA Champions League group stage and the UEFA Cup first round, starting at 18.00CET on Thursday for the former and 13.00CET on Friday for the latter.