After a lot of time and thrilling matches the road to Cardiff, Gales has reached its station. The Millennium Stadium, a beautiful stadium, big and ideal to give this famous worldwide event a great environment.
The Champions League final will be played the next 3rd of July and the teams that arrived at this instance are the Spanish Real Madrid and the Italian Juventus, two teams considered the greatest in Europe with a common history in this tournament. This will be the second time these rivals play against each other since the 1997/8 edition when the Real Madrid took the Cup home with stars players like Roberto Carlos, Seedorf, Redondo, Raúl y Guti, among others.
From that date on, the cup started to elude the Juventus that reached two times the finals but lost against Milan and Barcelona. That why the Italians will be looking to fight for it and finally rise the continental cup. And in order to do that, they have a class A team, as has been showing the whole tournament.
The Juventus has important names in their sleeves such us Higuain and their new star Dybala that, together with Cuadrado and Mandzukic make a lethal and effective forward. And besides, it has a solid defense with lots of experience, such as Chiellini, Barzalgi and Bonnuci that add to the experience and effectiveness of the great Gianluigi Buffon in the goal. No doubt it will be a team that will leave nothing easy for the Spanish team.
On their part, the Real Madrid arrives with the best of the best in their team, which could win over the Spanish League after many years of not being able to. The team comes with a big refreshing because this is their third final in four years (they won the last two). The Juventus will have to suffer in order to get a good score playing against a team that has Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, Modric Kroos, Sergio Ramos and company.
This is why this 3rd of July we’ll be seeing a spectacular finale that guarantees a great match among the greatest teams of the European football. The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, with a 74.500 audience capacity is waiting for thousands of fans that will arrive at Gales to see how the Real Madrid gets their twelveth cup or how the Juventus get to break the Spanish spell and gets their third Champions Cup in their history.