The eagerly-awaited UEFA EURO 2016 final between France and Portugal takes place on Sunday and whatever the outcome, there will be at least one European champion from the Bundesliga.
Indeed, two of the continent's brightest young players will take part in the showpiece encounter at the Stade de France in Paris: France's Kingsley Coman and Portugal's Renato Sanches, who will be team-mates at FC Bayern München in 2016/17.
Coman may not have featured in the semi-final against Germany but he has still played in five of Les Bleus' games at the competition, winning plaudits along the way for his fearlessness, devastating pace and directness.
Watch: Coman's top five Bundesliga moments so far
Sanches, meanwhile, has emerged as the driving force in the Portuguese midfield having broken a number of records en route to the title decider. He will be the youngest player ever to feature in a European final, and is already the youngest to have played in a semi-final and to have scored in a knockout game. He could now become the youngest footballer ever to win the tournament too.
Watch: Get the lowdown on Bayern and Portugal prodigy Sanches
Should Portugal emerge victorious, there would be another two European champions in the Bundesliga in the forthcoming season: VfL Wolfsburg's Vieirinha and new Borussia Dortmund defender Raphael Guerreiro, who provided the assist for Cristiano Ronaldo in their semi-final against Wales.