It's one of the best days in the football calendar for fans in general as Real Madrid and Juventus compete in the Champions League final later tonight in Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
But a man who played in the white of Fulham has already made history in the competition, holding the record for the longest gap between receiving two Champions League winners' medals.
That man, is of course, Edwin Van Der Sar who signed for Fulham in 2001 from Juventus, where he stayed until Sir Alex Ferguson came calling four years later to sign him for Manchester United.
He first won the competition for Ajax in 1995, where they beat AC Milan 1-0 in the final at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna thanks to a 85th minute Patrick Kluivert goal.
Van Der Sar then had to wait another 13 years before he got his hands on the trophy again, this time with Manchester United where he helped them win it in 2008 in Moscow, saving Nicolas Anelka's penalty to win the trophy after John Terry had slipped to miss his that would've won it for Chelsea.
There's been a few more ex-Fulham players that have won it too, Steve Finnan and John Arne Riise won it with Liverpool in 2005 on that famous night in Istanbul, while Louis Saha also won it with United in 2008.