Thousands will gather on Friday to bid a final farewell to the greatest boxer to ever grace the planet.

Muhammad Ali passed away last week at the age of 74, following hospitalization for respiratory issues, and will be laid to rest at the conclusion of a day-long processional and funeral service.

Ali wanted his funeral service to be open to the public and so, in accordance with his last wishes, 15,000 people were able to obtain tickets to the ceremonies. Everyone else will be able to view the event on television and online via ESPN, TV One, and Bounce TV.

Beginning at 9 a.m. ET on Friday, Ali’s body will lay in procession through his childhood neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky. The first African-American broadcast network, Bounce TV, will carry footage of the procession, along with cable networks like CNN, HLN, TV One, and ESPN.

At 2 p.m. ET, a large-scale memorial service will take place at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville. President Bill Clinton, Real Sports host Bryant Gumbel, and comedian Billy Crystal will deliver eulogies to The Greatest. The service will be carried live by the aforementioned cable and broadcast networks.

Ali will then be privately laid to rest at the famed Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville.

Those without a television set can live stream the funeral online using ESPN or TV One’s digital streaming sites—both of which require cable subscription authentication.

How to Watch Muhammad Ali’s Funeral via a Mobile App

If you want to livestream Muhammad Ali’s funeral via a mobile app, WAVE-3, an NBC affiliate, is offering livestreaming through both Apple and Android. Download WAVE-3’s Apple app here and WAVE-3’s Android app here.