Germany’s five-time champions Bayern Munich will face France’s Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League final on Sunday night.
The German football club is looking to clinch their sixth crown, while Paris’ hometown team is just glad to make their first final.
Euronews heads to France and Germany to see how each country is preparing for the Champions League final. We asked out correspondents Guillaume Desjardins and Jona Kallgren to explain why their team is worth supporting.
Desjardins thinks Paris has a shot at the title but Kallgren is having none of it.
The 65th European Cup final will see Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich square off in Lisbon on Sunday night at 8 PM.
History will be made regardless of the winner, for PSG a chance to win their first crown and France’s second after Marseille triumphed in the inaugural Champions League final, which took place 27 years ago.
Bayern, meanwhile, are gunning for their sixth title and second historic treble — subsequently joining Barcelona in this very exclusive club — while becoming the first side in history to lift the prize having won every game they played.
This will also be the 10th meeting between the respective Ligue 1 and Bundesliga champions with PSG edging the head-to-head (5-4).