Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich
UEFA Champions League
7.45pm BST, Saturday 25 May 2013
by Alex Shaw
Wembley hosts its second Champions League Final in three seasons on Saturday evening and Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp cannot wait to walk out at the home of football.
The UEFA showpiece promises to be a cracker, with Bundesliga heavyweights Bayern Munich facing rivals Dortmund in front of 90,000 people.
It is the perfect way to mark the 150th anniversary of The Football Association and Dortmund, winners in 1997, are vying for their first success in this competition since then.
And Klopp is understandably excited, saying: "Once the moment of the Final arrives, I will probably feel that it is the most extraordinary thing I have ever experienced in my whole sporting career.
"[Sporting Director] Michael Zorc still enthuses about the victory in 1997 and can commentate on nearly every single minute of this match."
Dortmund - who relinquished their league crown to Saturday's opponents this season - crushed Bayern 5-2 in the final of the German Cup last term while the league results between the pair this season have both ended in 1-1 draws.
But as he prepares to face the four-time European Cup winners, Klopp insists history counts for nothing in a one-off clash.
He added: "The last two years don't really matter when it comes to this Final.
"The past results included two close defeats, in the Super Cup at the beginning of the season and also in the German Cup quarter final.
"Additionally we drew twice in the league matches. If you look at the results of Bayern Munich this season, they basically destroyed anyone in a heartbeat, anyone but us.
"This is what matters now. We've always fought back, even if we weren't in the best shape in some matches. When we are in our best condition - and this is the only thing we really need to talk about - we can beat Bayern Munich.
"We know this, and so do they. But we have to make it come true now. We know we will play against probably the best team in the world at this moment in time, but we also know we are the only ones who have the weapons to be an actual threat to them.
"And this is exactly what we want to capitalise on."