Today, all through the night and into tomorrow, there will be an influx of German's coming to London, and heading straight to Wembley.
The home of English football will, ironically, host the first ever all-German Champions League Final.
Bayern Munich are setting out to top off a record-breaking season by beating arch-rivals Borussia Dortmund in the match which kicks off at 7.45 pm tomorrow evening.
Many view Jupp Heynckes and his formidable side as the best team in the world. Yet, Franck Ribery claims they will need to seal the treble in order to achieve that accolade.
Following their near perfect demolition of Barcelona (who, undeniably, have been the best team in the world for the past half-decade) in the semi-finals, who would bet against them to go on and create history?
Borussia Dortmund and the ever charasmatic Jurgen Klopp stand in the Bundesliga champions way- they are outsiders, but not by much.
They also comprehensively beat a Spanish giant, Real Madrid, in the previous stage of the competition and have attracted a huge following due to their attractive style of play.
Now take into account that Bayern Munich have never beaten Dortmund in a cup final- and the odds begin to look a little more even.
Both have attacking flair equal to one another which has been exhibited throughout this campaign. It could be said that Bayern's defensive prowess is stronger than Dortmund's, however.
One should not underestimate the fierce rivalry between the two sides too- so expect tackles.
Who will win is anyones guess- but this could be a Final like we have never seen before...