Tonight’s showpiece clash is taking place at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan, which has proved a nightmare venue for many fans to get to.
Neither of Chelsea nor Arsenal sold out their allocation for the showdown, with plenty of empty seats visible in the stands pre-match.
However, the lack of fans can barely be glimpsed on BT Sport’s coverage due to the angle from which the match is being filmed.
The main camera is located high in the stand behind the dugouts at the 68,700-seater arena, which has a running track around the pitch.
And fans are seriously unimpressed, comparing the angle it’s at to one of the less favourable settings on the FIFA video game.
“The camera angle is sh*t btw,” wrote one fan tuning in for the Europa League final.
“f*cking hell the producer needs to get their act together cause this main camera angle isnt the one,” said another.
“Worst camera angle ever on the box as well!” added a third.
A fourth supporter wrote: “The camera angle on this final is like one of them on fifa when you f*ck about with the settings.”
Another said: “The camera angle in this game is reminding me of a very retro football management game.”
One incensed fan wrote: “What is this camera angle @btsport I need binoculars.”
“WTF is that camera angle in the #ARSCHE game?! It’s like f*cking Fifa 98 on the sega,” said a supporter.
One TV viewer said: “This camera angle will be the death of me.”
A West Ham fan joined in with the fuming supporters of both Chelsea and Arsenal.
“So much wrong with this @EuropaLeague final. Baku, camera angle, sound interruptions, zero atmosphere, just a complete joke @UEFA,” they said.
Arsenal went into tonight’s match against Chelsea knowing victory would secure them a place in the Champions League for next season.