They are determined to paint Munich blue tonight.
Chelsea fans have flocked to Germany to see their boys win London bragging rights and become the first English team from the capital to win Europe’s top prize.
Can Chelsea do it? Ever since Russian billionaire Roman Abrahmovic bought the club in 2004 this has been the most coveted trophy, and he has sacked managers who failed to deliver even whilst winning other titles.
Chelsea have come close, making the final once. Now they have to beat Bayern, at home.
“They are full of confidence, they will be wanting revenge after what happened in Moscow a few years ago, so I think they’ll go all out for it today,” said one fan.
“We’re a pretty good team, we’ve got a good defence, we’re not even going to put our strongest team out today, are we? ‘Cause we’re going to rest a couple of players, we’ve had a long season, there’s no point playing people like Terry, give him a rest!” said one very confident young man.
“We’ve brought our Chelsea fans and English football fans are the best in the world, so their supporters have got no chance against us, we’re the loudest fans!” said one young woman.
“Little by litle and in a really orderly way, Chelsea supporters are arriving in Munich. Some of them will leave just after the match, but others stay the whole night, even if they don’t have a hotel room, so they will be able to celebrate the victory of their team,” says euronews’ man in Munich, Manu Terradillos.