Arguably two of the best club teams in world football at present will fight it out tonight for Europe's top prize - to be Champions of Europe.
The current Spanish champions take on the current English champions in what will be a fitting climax to the tournament this year.
The Wembley Factor
Incredibly, both Manchester United and Barcelona are tied on 3 European Cups/Champions League titles each.
Manchester United - 1968, 1999 and 2008
Barcelona - 1992, 2006 and 2009
The winning club will move level on 4 titles with Bayern Munich and Ajax with only Liverpool (5), AC Milan (7) and Real Madrid (9) ahead of them.
Indeed, Barcelona's last victory in 2009 was against Manchester United so there's going to be a sense of payback tonight which adds to the tension.
I'm off to our Ceredigion Liberal Democrat 'Thank You' party this evening and I will be watching as much of the final as I can squeeze in because it has all the potential to be an absolute classic!
So to get myself in the mood for this European encounter, it's the Champions League anthem...
We're used to only hearing a clip of it before or after every match on TV but here's the full 3 minute version as written by Tony Britten in 1992 and performed by the Royal Philarmonic Orchestra and sung by the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. The chorus is sung in UEFA's 3 official languages - English, French and German.
It should send the shivers down the spine of any proud football fan.
Now...let the battle commence!