The Champions League Final takes place on Friday night in Rome.
Here are some tips for watching the game live on Netflix.
Live stream the match at a friend’s home in a hotel room.
Use a Netflix app to stream the game in your own home, or download a VPN.
If you have a subscription, you can stream the whole match in the UK.
If not, stream only the last half hour of the match.
If you have an internet connection, stream the entire match in one go.
There is no need to wait for a connection to complete, as it will be available at any point during the match if the internet connection is up.
If it takes more than 30 seconds for a stream to start, watch the match again.
Watch the final live on Twitter with a link to the stream.
Use the hashtag #CFNT for the best viewing experience.
You can tweet your view to @Fifa, #CFNCurrently, or #CFNSweet.
You can also use the hashtag “watch the final”, and the #CFNetherlands hashtag for the most comprehensive coverage.
Follow all the action with Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Follow the match on social media, too.
Tweet pictures and video of the final, as well as videos of the matches players, and the score.
You might want to use #CFNFlood to tweet the match to your friends.