The challengers have been narrowed down to two and expectations are high for an exciting final in the Ukraine as Real Madrid and Liverpool meet to decide the 2017/18 Champions League title.
Real Madrid and Liverpool: European greats
The Spanish giants are targeting unprecedented achievements in the competition, becoming the first in the modern era to win three consecutive titles, and looking to extend their record haul to 13 trophies. Liverpool are not short of their own history in the competition although have not reached a final since 2007. Their goal is to become the outright third most successful team in European Cup history by winning it for the sixth time.
When and where is the Champions League Final 2018?
The match takes place on Saturday 26 May 2018 and kicks off at 20:45 CEST. (Find out at what time in your country). It will be broadcasted around the globe and is expected to draw in a massive audience as, not only are these two of the most supported clubs in the game, but also have a reputation for playing exciting and attacking football, often taking risks to do so.
The Olympic Stadium in Kiev is the venue which will be packed to the rafters on the night. The official capacity is 70,050. This was also the setting for Spain's 4-0 victory over Italy in the 2012 European Championships.
How can I watch the Champions League Final 2018?
The game is available to see across a multitude of channels across the world and you can find the appropriate one in your country following this handy guide. Online and radio services are also available so check with your provider to see who has the associated rights.
As well this, you can follow every minute of play with AS English. We will be building up to the final throughout the day and then bringing you live coverage of all the action which promises to be a classic.