The stadium where the Champions League final will take place is now closed.
Juventus and Real Madrid will be looking to make history tonight, raising the most prestigious trophy.
Juve seeks this trophy for the third time in history, which has not won since 1996, despite reaching the final many times.
Real Madrid want to win this trophy for the second time in a row, to write history as the first team to win the Champions League twice in a row.
For the first time in history, a final will be played in a completely closed stadium because of security. “Millennium Stadium” in Cardiff, where the final will take place, is now closed.