CARDIFF: The 2016-17 Champions League Final is the first staged in Wales. It will be the 12th in the United Kingdom and the third this decade after the 2011 and 2013 matches at Wembley.

0 – defeats for Juve in this season’s competition. Victory would make them the first unbeaten champions since Manchester United in 2008, and the seventh in the Champions League era.

1 – Real Madrid are bidding to become the first back-to-back winners in the Champions League era.

2 – Juve have won the European Cup or Champions League twice.

2 – German Felix Brych will referee his second major UEFA final, following 2014’s Europa League showpiece when Sevilla beat Benfica.

2 – Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos are two of the five players to score in two separate Champions League finals. Raul, Samuel Eto’o and Lionel Messi are the others.

2 – only two players have been sent off in Champions League or European Cup finals – Jens Lehmann for Arsenal in 2006 and Chelsea’s Didier Drogba two years later.

10 – the final has gone to a penalty shoot-out on 10 occasions. Seven of those have occurred in the Champions League era and six since 2000.

11 – Real Madrid’s record total of European Cup and Champions League wins.

21 – years since Juventus last won the competition.

28 – for both Italian and Spanish clubs, this is a 28th appearance in a Champions League or European Cup final. The two nations also have 28 previous wins between them – Spain 16, Italy 12.

39 – Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, 39 years and 126 days old on June 3, can become the oldest-ever winner

499 – Real Madrid are one goal away from 500 in the Champions League since it was rebranded as such (excluding qualifying rounds).

1,370 – approximately 370 staff and 1,000 volunteers are involved in staging the final.

2,550 – media personnel accredited for the final, including broadcast, written press and photographers.

66,000 – the Principality Stadium’s capacity for the final. Each club receive 18,000 tickets.