Everything you need to know about the 2022 Champions League final
This season's Champions League has been another thrilling ride of twists and we now know which clubs will collide in the final.
Liverpool survived a scare at Villarreal before Real Madrid produced one of the all-time comebacks to overcome Manchester City on a pulsating night at the Bernabeu.
LiveScore have all the facts you need to know about the final and the key information to put in your diary.
When is the 2022 Champions League final?
This season's competition will conclude on Saturday, May 28.
For fans watching in the UK, the game will kick off at 8pm BST.
Where is the final?
The final was due to be held at the Gazprom Arena in St Petersburg but UEFA moved it to Paris after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The Stade de France, which hosted Arsenal’s heart-breaking defeat to Barcelona in 2006 and Real Madrid’s win over Valencia six years earlier, will now host the showpiece event.
The 81,000-seater arena was also the location for the climax of Euro 2016 and the 1998 World Cup, with the French taking part in both.
Les Bleus beat Brazil 3-0 for a famous triumph in the latter but fell to Portugal six years ago in a major shock.
The route to the final
Last 16, first leg: Inter Milan 0-2 Liverpool
Last 16, second leg: Liverpool 0-1 Inter Milan
Quarter-final, first leg: Benfica 1-3 Liverpool
Quarter-final, second leg: Liverpool 3-3 Benfica
Semi-final, first leg: Liverpool 2-0 Villarreal
Semi-final, second leg: Villarreal 2-3 Liverpool
Last 16, first leg: Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 Real Madrid
Last 16, second leg: Real Madrid 3-1 Paris Saint-Germain
Quarter-final, first leg: Chelsea 1-3 Real Madrid
Quarter-final, second leg: Real Madrid 2-3 Chelsea (aet)
Semi-final, first leg: Manchester City 4-3 Real Madrid
Semi-final, second leg: Real Madrid 3-1 Manchester City (aet)
May 28: Liverpool vs Real Madrid