It is one of the oldest rivalries in all of Spain and it will be set for what is likely to be a match that could forever see another level of history go into the Madrid Derby.
Real Madrid face off against cross Madrid rivals Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League Final to prove which side is superior in Europe.
Atletico have already landed the La Liga title while Real claimed the Spanish Copa Del Ray and the winner on the afternoon will be the ultimate champion of their country and continent.
Carlo Ancelotti will be without key man Xabi Alonso as the former Liverpool man is suspended in what is the most crucial match of the year. Karim Benzema is also believed a last minute decision, but the Frenchman is almost certain to be included from the opening whistle.
Diego Simeone only has Diego Costa to worry about, but the Spanish striker is expected to be on the pitch for opening kick off of what is certain to be an exciting final if there ever was one.
Real have not lost to Atletico in 29 of their previous 30 meetings across all competitions and that will see Los Blancos hopeful of the upper hand.
However, Atletico have not been defeated in their last 12 UCL appearances and are looking to continue that run into next campaign.
Ronaldo and Costa will be the main men to keep your eyes on as game changers as Costa is an injury doubt and Ronaldo will be eager to win the UCL on his home soil in Portugal.
Real XI: Casillas: Carvajal, Ramos, Pepe, Marcelo; Maria, Illarramendi, Modric; Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo.
Atletico XI: Courtois: Juanfran, Miranda, Godin, Luis; Turan, Tiago, Gabi, Koke; Villa, Costa.