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UEFA.com has the UEFA Super Cup covered

UEFA.com will have comprehensive coverage of Tuesday's UEFA Super Cup between Real Madrid CF and Sevilla FC, including live Twitter updates from Cardiff.

Gareth Bale will be one of the star attractions for the Cardiff crowd
Gareth Bale will be one of the star attractions for the Cardiff crowd ©Getty Images

UEFA.com will have extensive coverage of the UEFA Super Cup in Cardiff between Real Madrid CF and Sevilla FC – kick-off 20.45CET on Tuesday – starting with live Twitter updates from the pre-match press conferences.

UEFA Europa League holders Sevilla will be first to face the media at the Cardiff City Stadium on Monday at 16.45 local time (17.45CET), with European champions Real Madrid doing likewise at 18.30 (19.30CET). You can read what is being said by Carlo Ancelotti and his Sevilla counterpart Unai Emery on @ChampionsLeague and in our match preview.

The fixture will be a return home for Madrid's Cardiff-born winger Gareth Bale, who told UEFA.com that the Welsh capital's hosting of the showpiece is "massive for the city. We haven't had anything as big as that in a long time".

Each club will be looking to capture the trophy for the second time, Madrid having won it in 2002 and Sevilla four years later. You can watch highlights of those triumphs and other UEFA Super Cup matches in our video section.

UEFA.com will also have a report of the fourth UEFA Super Cup between teams from the same country, reaction from the key protagonists and video highlights. If you cannot watch the game, you can follow it live on Twitter and in the MatchCentre.