Champions League contenders are edging their way closer to the final showdown with just eight teams remaining in the competition.
Defending champions Real Madrid were stunningly dumped out of the tournament by Ajax, but all four Premier League teams remains in the hunt for the grand prize.
Manchester United produced a famous display to come back from a 2-0 first-leg defeat against PSG to draw 3-3 on aggregate and advance via the away goals rule.
Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham defeated Bundesliga trio Schalke, Bayern Munich and Dortmund to ensure half of the quarter-finals will be made up of Premier League teams.
Last year’s Champions League final saw the Reds defeated 3-1 by Real Madrid following an infamous injury to Mohamed Salah.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about the Champions League final 2019 including who could feature, where it will be held and when the game takes place.
When is the Champions League final 2019?
The final will take place on Saturday 1st June 2019 at 8:00pm UK time.
Where will the Champions League final be played?
The big game will be hosted at the Wanda Metropolitano, the home of Atletico Madrid.
It boasts a 68,000 capacity and will be packed regardless of which teams reach European club football’s showpiece event.
Who is in the final?
There are still sixteen teams left in the competition (including all four English teams) with the knockout rounds underway.
- Manchester City (ENG)
- Juventus (ITA)
- Manchester United (ENG)
- Tottenham (ENG)
- Barcelona (ESP)
- Porto (POR)
- Ajax (NED)
- Liverpool (ENG)
How can I watch the Champions League final?
The match will be shown live on BT Sport in the UK.
In recent years, BT has made the final available to stream for free for non-subscribers via YouTube, but we won’t know for sure if that is the case until closer to the date.
How can I buy Champions League final tickets?
Application for tickets will open in March 2019. You can subscribe for updates on ticket info here.