The Champions League draw for the 2019/20 group stages will take place on Thursday 29th August in Monaco, France, with opening matches scheduled for next month
Liverpool beat English Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 to lift the title last season at the Wenda Metropolitano Stadium, and will be back in as favourites to go all the way.
When is the date?
The finals of the competition will take place on the 30th of May, on Saturday, at 8 pm, at the famous Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadı.
The historic grounds
Liverpool will have extra motivation to try reach the finals, which will definitely bring back memories of past triumph at the ground, as the Reds famously beat AC Milan in penalties after an incredible comeback from 3-0 down.
The ground is home to the Turkish national team and is the country' largest stadium with the capacity of 76,761.
It was built for Turkey’s failed bid for the 2008 Olympic Games, but Galatasaray, Basaksehir and Besiktas have also occupied the stadium in recent seasons.
2020 final will be the 65th edition of Europe’s premier competition, and the 28th since the premier competition was rebranded to the Champions League.
Favourites to reach the finals
Defending champions Liverpool are among the favourites to reach a third successive final, with usual suspects Barcelona, Juventus, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid also considered among the favourites.