Thousands of football fans have swarmed to the German capital ahead of tonight Champions League final between Barcelona and Juventus.
74,000 will be watching the game at the city’s Olympic stadium tonight which was the home of the 1936 Olympics and the 2006 World Cup final.
Both sides have enjoyed excellent seasons and are going for the treble after winning their domestic leagues and national cups.
So this victory will be the real icing on the cake.
But even many of the Juventus fans are not so hopeful for their side’s hopes against Barcelona’s attacking trio nicknamed “the trident” in Spain.
The two sides have got this far through very different tactics:
Barcelona have played a direct attacking game but will the trident managed to poke a hole in the rock solid Juventus defence?
Kick off is at 8:45 local time.
Getting hotter and hotter in #berlin. #championsleaguefinal is closer.
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Franz Beckenbauer tells euronews he predicts a 2-1 Barcelona victory.
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