It is an event to remember.
The grandest of sporting events is to be played on a pitch built to the standard of the biggest clubs in the world.
It will be the first time that the Italian capital’s famous Stadio San Paolo will host a Champions League final.
And that is the most important thing.
We are the champions of the world, we are the only ones who can beat Manchester United in the final, the one that has to beat us to become a real title contender.
To be fair, the FA Cup is also on the line.
In recent years, the competition has grown in popularity and is the only major domestic league to have seen its final on the night.
For the first leg, the result is decided on the final day, with Manchester United beating AC Milan 3-1.
That will be played at Old Trafford in the centre of the capital, with tickets costing around £5,000.
So it is a special moment.
I hope that we can turn the game on its head for the last leg.
But it won’t be easy.
This season, the Premier League has produced one of the most exciting finals in recent memory.
There will be four semi-finals and three finals.
Both teams will have to prove themselves against a strong side, and we can’t ignore the fact that the final will be in a new stadium.
How will the new stadium look?
We already know that the ground will have its own retractable roof.
Is it going to be as massive as previous stadiums?
It is likely to be, but it will be a much bigger venue than the current home.
Will there be fans in the stands?
The first leg will be streamed live on Sky Sports and online via the internet, and fans will be able to join in with the celebrations at Old Town’s terrace.
Fans are also able to buy tickets to watch the second leg online.
Who will be there?
Liverpool fans will make their return to the Stadium of Light, and Chelsea fans will also be in attendance.
What will be happening on the pitch?
With the return of the famous ground, we have added an extra layer of excitement to the fixture.
With four-a-side play, the first half of the match will be divided into two halves.
During the second half, the stadium will be used for an extra-time match, with the teams sharing the pitch for an hour and a half.
Does this mean that we will have more than one team?
If the draw was to be drawn, Chelsea will play Arsenal in the last 30 seconds of extra-Time.
Arsenal will play Manchester United, then Liverpool will play Southampton in the 40th minute.
As we have been saying for the past few weeks, this is a fantastic opportunity to test our team’s capabilities, to see if we can find some new ways to score.
A few points for the home side What can we expect in the first game?
In a season full of excitement, the biggest game in Europe comes in the form of a derby.
Last year, Liverpool were eliminated in the quarter-finals of the Europa League by Borussia Dortmund, and will be hoping to repeat that feat this time.
They face an opponent that is also new to the Europa league.
Dortmund will play two matches against their former champions.
One will be at home on the Sunday afternoon, with another on the Wednesday afternoon.
These matches will be very important for the Reds, as they have played against them before.
Chelsea will face a club that has been on the losing end of just three of their seven league matches this season.
Liverpool, on the other hand, have won just three out of their last eight home league matches.
Borussia Dortmund are the last team in the Bundesliga to be knocked out of the competition in the same season.
It is a big ask for the team that is still waiting for its first Champions League trophy.
Should Chelsea and Liverpool play?
If both sides were to face each other, the game would be decided by a scoreline.
Since it is in a big stadium, the crowd will be extremely active, and Liverpool could be in trouble if the crowd decides that a Liverpool goal is enough.
Given the crowd’s appetite, and the fact they can buy tickets, it will probably be a tough one for the Anfield crowd.
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