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The 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions League final will be live streamed on Twitter

The last match of the 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions League is going to be the first of its kind broadcast live on Twitter.

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CONCACAF has announced that the second leg of the 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions League final - Pachuca vs Tigres UANL on April 26 - will be live-streamed on Twitter.

It will be, per the federation's press release, "the first global live football championship ever streamed on the platform". Free via CONCACAF's Twitter handle - @CONCACAF - whether you're logged in or logged out to the social media site.

The match kicks off at 10:00 pm, Eastern, on Wednesday, April 26.

CONCACAF's Tweet-streaming won't end with CCL. The federation has also announced that the latter stages of the 2017 Men's U-17 Championship will be streamed on Twitter also. Those games get started on May 1.