Liverpool will attempt to end Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid's recent dominance in the Champions League when the sides meet in Saturday's final in Kiev, with Reds manager Jurgen Klopp insisting experience is not everything.
Klopp was in a relaxed mood on the eve of the game in Kiev, as the Premier League side seeks to upset the 12-time European champions, who will start the game as favourites.
Obviously Real Madrid will be feeling confident ahead of the game, having won three of the last four finals. Liverpool, on the other hand, are vying for a first Champions League win since that storied night in Istanbul 13 years ago.
However, Zinedine Zidane's men should not be underestimated as there is arguably no substitute for experience.
"We are Liverpool and we are not just a good team". We are Liverpool. We are here because we are Liverpool.
None of the current Liverpool squad were at the club the last time they reached Europe's elite final in 2007.
According to a report in Egyptian media, business tycoon Naguib Sawris has announced on Twitter that he will be fasting on Saturday in support for Liverpool player Salah.
Zidane has won the tournament twice, with the Spanish side on both occasions.
"There are so many things you have to bring to the pitch to win a game at that level..."
Klopp, who is in his second Champions League final after losing with Borussia Dortmund against Bayern Munich in 2013, said he had his strongest substitutes' bench for some time.
Don't fear the prospect of a Champions League final and instead look at it as a night when your career can be defined, the one game that can turn you into a hero forever more. When the whistle goes that is a different story, but when we arrive in Kiev, when we see all the Liverpool fans, when we go on the pitch for the warm-up, we have to enjoy it and make yourself ready.
It's the biggest game in the European football calendar and, once again, Real Madrid are fighting for the title.
"People can say many things, but we know it is not like that", the former France great said.