Liverpool and Real Madrid meet in the Champions League final for the second time in five years in Paris on Saturday
Jurgen Klopp's side aiming to end the season with a trophy treble while the Spanish giants will look to Karim Benzema to inspire them to a 14th European Cup victory.
A crowd of 80,000 will be inside the Stade de France for the final, which kicks off at 9 pm in Paris (1900 GMT), including around 20,000 supporters of each side who have officially got their hands on precious tickets for the game.
The final promises to be a fitting climax to the European season
Liverpool looking to win a second Champions League in four seasons since losing 3-1 to Real in Kyiv in 2018
Victory would round off a campaign in which Liverpool won the English League Cup and FA Cup, and finished just a point behind champions Manchester City in the Premier League.
"If you are a football person you know what my boys did so far this season was exceptional," Klopp said on Friday.
Around 40,000 Liverpool fans without tickets for the game are also expected to be in Paris, while around seven thousand police will be on duty as part of a massive security operation.