Liverpool booked their place in the 2019 Champions League final with an incredible 4-3 aggregate victory over Barcelona, and can now plan their trip to the Spanish capital.
The Reds faced seemingly impossible odds as they welcomed the Liga champions to Anfield on Tuesday night, having lost 3-0 in Catalonia the week before.
But an early goal from Divock Origi, a three-minute second-half brace from Gini Wijnaldum and a stunning winner from Origi sealed the most remarkable of turnaround wins on Merseyside.
Having fallen at the last hurdle in 2018, losing to Real Madrid in Kyiv, Jurgen Klopp‘s side can look to right their wrongs and bring the European Cup home for the sixth time.
Liverpool’s opponents for the final are yet to be determined, but here’s all you need to know for Madrid 2019.
Who will we play?
Either Ajax or Tottenham.
Spurs head to Amsterdam on Wednesday night having lost 1-0 in the first leg in north London.
Kickoff is at 8pm (BST), with Mauricio Pochettino’s side needing to score at least two to reach the final in normal time.
Where is the final?
The Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid, which has been home to Atletico Madrid since 2017/18.
The stadium holds 67,829.
When is the final?
Saturday, June 1, kicking off at 8pm (BST).
How do we get tickets?
Liverpool are set to announce details for Champions League final tickets later this week.
Last season, the Reds were allocated 16,626 tickets for the clash with Real in Kyiv, with the same given to the opposition and 6,700 offered to worldwide supporters.