What is it?
It is the biggest game in European club football, the Uefa Champions League final.
When is it?
This year's final takes place on Sunday August 23.
Where is it?
This year's was due to be hosted by Istanbul's Ataturk Olympic Stadium - site of Liverpool''s comeback against AC Milan in 2005 - but the rescheduled, condensed tournament will now conclude at the magnificent Estadio da Luz in Lisbon.
What time is kick-off?
The Champions League final will kick off at 8pm (UK time).
What TV channel is it on?
BT Sport have exclusive Champions League rights in the UK, so if you want to watch the game via the traditional medium of television you will need to be a subscriber.
However, as has been the case since 2015, BT will be showing the game free-to-air on YouTube as part of their magazine show called ‘Club 2020’. Viewers will be given the option to watch the action with or without artificial crowd. These broadcasts have attracted millions of viewers in past years.
“Every game will be available to watch live for BT Sport viewers plus our brand new show, Club 2020 Daily with popular host James Richardson, which will be available to watch for free and will include special on-location features as well as all the latest news, match highlights and topical chat,” head of BT Sport Simon Green told Forbes magazine.
How will the knockout stages work?
Some last-16 second legs still need to be played, including Chelsea's thankless task 3-0 down at Bayern Munich and Manchester City hosting Real Madrid. Coronavirus permitting, these matches will be played in their original locations.
The quarter-finalists will progress to the 'final eight', which will be staged as a mini-tournament in Lisbon from August 12 to the final final on August 23.
Quarter-final games are scheduled to take place on August 12, 13, 14 and 15, with semi-final matches soon after on August 18 and 19.
The remaining ties will all be one-leg, straight knockout, unlike the usual Champions League format.
What is the draw?
The draw for the rest of the competition has already been made. Four teams are already through to the final eight: RB Leipzig, Atletico Madrid, Atalanta and PSG.
Real Madrid or Manchester City vs Lyon or Juventus
RB Leipzig vs Atletico Madrid
Napoli or Barcelona vs Chelsea or Bayern
Atalanta vs PSG
Man City are favourites to progress after winning 2-1 in Madrid. Bayern Munich have a 3-0 advantage going into a home leg against Chelsea. Barcelona and Napoli drew 1-1 in Italy and now play at the Camp Nou. Lyon take a 1-0 lead to Turin to face Juventus.
Real Madrid/Manchester City or Lyon/Juventus vs Napoli/Barcelona or Chelsea/Bayern Munich
RB Leipzig or Atletico Madrid vs Atalanta or Paris Saint-Germain
What are the odds?
- Bayern Munich 3/1
- Man City 3/1
- PSG 5/1
- Atletico 9/1
- Atalanta 17/2
- Barcelona 9/1
- RB Leipzig 14/1
- Juventus 18/1
- Real Madrid 25/1
- Napoli 75/1
- Lyon 100/1
- Chelsea 250/1