Soccer’s biggest annual tournament is ready to crown a champion.

The 32-team field is down to just two, and history-making records are on the line. Cristiano Ronaldo helped power Real Madrid to the final with strong play during the tournament, while Juventus has a group of talented stars looking to take the trophy from the defending champions.

Nearly two decades after facing off in the Champions League final, it’s Real Madrid against Juventus once again.

The Spanish club won the trophy back in that matchup in 1998, and now the Italian team has the chance to get some revenge, but it won’t be easy. Ronaldo is playing in top form, and Real Madrid has as deep of a starting 11 as anyone in the world.

Here are the five things you need to know about the Champions League final, which will be held on Saturday, June 3 at 2:45 p.m. ET.