Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.

Summary

  1. Barcelona win Champions League
  2. Their fifth time as European champions
  3. Spanish side complete treble

Live Reporting

By Marc Higginson

All times stated are UK

Get involved

  1. Goodnight!

    Barcelona

    So, it's the perfect season for treble-winning Barcelona. Juventus have to make do with a double.

    It's been a cracking night of football. It seems a shame to end it here.

    So let's not - head on over and join Phil Dawkes for coverage of the opening game of the Women's World Cup.

    But, from me, it's good night.

    Canada
  2. Post update

    Player reaction

    Barcelona defender Javier Mascherano tells ITV Sport: "In the season we had some difficult moments we had to pass but we did it. We kept working and today we can celebrate.

    "Luis (Suarez) came here for this. He's a great player with a positive mentality. He's a top player and a really good person so I am really happy for him."

  3. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    King Luis

    Luis Enrique: "After all these games, I'd just like to thank everyone who put their trust in me"

  4. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Premier League reaction

    Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany: They were better then us when they beat us. We knew they were better then everybody else too. They've raised the bar again. Congrats Barca.

    Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given: Best team won #FCBarcelona #ChampionsLeagueFinal. Congrats to them.

    Jack Wilshere: Two absolute legends leaving European football today, As a young player growing up and looking up to both of them it's sad to see them go. Congrats to both Xavi and Pirlo! Both still heroes of mine and privileged to have played against both!

  5. Coming to a social media account near you

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    There's plenty of selfies being taken by the Barcelona players.

    Standing with the Champions League trophy and next to your mates Lionel and Neymar is the daddy of all selfies. Surely.

  6. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Xavi is carried around the pitch on the shoulders of his team-mates, with the matchball safely tucked underneath his shirt. He's not letting that out of his sight.

  7. House party - the final update

    Steve Crossman

    BBC Sport in Turin

    Steve has been at a house party in Turin this evening, where Juventus fans have been going through every emotion.

    "All smiles after the final whistle. General consensus is bright days ahead for Juventus.".

    Crossman

    And Steve even managed to get in this picture (second from the left). Great work.

  8. Perfectly balanced

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Lionel Messi did most of his work on the right so, as these attacking thirds show, Barcelona are more than a one-man team. We kind of knew that anyway, I suppose.

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona
  9. Player reaction

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Barcelona striker Luis Suarez: "It's incredible, it's something unique. To win these trophies you have to suffer.

    "I think after the equaliser they pushed on a little more, but we have players who made the difference. We have gone from game-to-game and achieved all our objectives.

    "The best thing about this side is the spirit and the fact we've been united since the start of the season."

  10. Dignity in defeat

  11. House party - a subdued end

    Steve Crossman

    BBC Sport in Turin

    Steve has been at a house party in Turin this evening, where Juventus fans have been going through every emotion.

    "Fair play to Juve, amazing effort. Fans here applauding at full time. Allegri has done something amazing this season."

    House party
  12. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    This is how it feels to win the world's biggest club competition.

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona
  13. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    So Pique's cutting down the net while the rest of his team-mates celebrate. What's the strangest souvenir you've ever bagged yourself?

  14. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer in Berlin

    "Luis Enrique is arm in arm with departing Barcelona legend Xavi as he celebrated his final performance with a Champions League win. This is a positively conventional celebration compared to Gerard Pique cutting the goal net away to keep as a souvenir and Luis Suarez on his mobile phone. Different era this."

  15. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    See you in December!

    Sepp Blatter: Congratulations @FCBarcelona on winning the #UCLfinal 3-1 in Berlin, qualifying again for FIFA Club World Cup in Japan, in December.

  16. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Neymar looks like he'll be celebrating harder than most this evening as he wraps a Rambo-style bandana round his head and excitably chases Lionel Messi for a piggyback.

    I wonder if Pique can persuade Shakira to do a spot of cabaret at the Barca party?

    Neymar
  17. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "A brilliant end to Xavi's career, the pinnacle of world football. The best moments of your life, the best days of your life, you can't recreate these moments in your life."

    Barcelona
  18. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Uefa president Michel Platini leads Xavi to the podium, trophy in hand, and hands it over to the departing maestro. Cue tickertape, music and general joviality.

    Barca are good. They're very good. They're champions. Make it a treble.

    Barcelona celebrate winning the Champions League
  19. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    The Barca players take the advice of House of Pain and 'jump around'.

    Those who have collected their medals wait patiently to lift the glittering trophy.

  20. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Golden goal

    Barcelona FC: Rakitic: "That has to be the most important goal of my career"

    Ivan Rakitic celebrates scoring in the Champions League final
  21. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Luis Enrique leads Barcelona to collect the trophy. Lionel Messi might be the greatest player ever to grace this earth - depending on your viewpoint, of course - but he still looks like a humble, excitable schoolboy as he steps up to collect his prize.

  22. Medals on the table

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Xavi
  23. Women's World Cup

    Canada v China (23:00 BST)

    Women's World Cup trophy

    Remember, the football doesn't stop once this game is finished. Far from it. Once we've wrapped you can head straight on over to our live text coverage of the opening game of the Women's World Cup between hosts Canada and China in Edmonton - a game that kicks off a month of live action from the event on the BBC. You can double-screen tonight's game on BBC Three.

  24. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Suarez living the dream

    Barcelona FC: Suárez: "When you come to a Club like Barça, you know you are here to win. It's a dream come true."

  25. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Barcelona line up to clap Juventus on their way to picking up runners-up medals from Michel Platini. They played their part tonight.

    Barcelona applaud Juventus
  26. Player reaction

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen on ITV: "I can't explain what happened today but I'm really happy for the team. We did a good season. We knew that Juventus would come back but we always have to continue like this. We're treble winners, it's awesome."

  27. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Barca banter

    Sean Harrison: Well on balance, I'd say Suarez probably made the right decision in leaving us last year #LFC

    Ben Dunbar: Thomas Vermaelen: 5 seasons at Arsenal = 1 trophy; 63 minutes at Barcelona = 3 trophies

    John Roberts: Anyone else finding it hard to take Barça's coaching staff seriously when they're all wearing double denim?

  28. Scores on the doors

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    FT
  29. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "This is exactly why Luis Suarez left Liverpool and vindicates his decision. They are up to the levels of Pep Guardiola's Barcelona side from four-five years ago."

  30. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Like heavyweight boxers who have knocked 10 bells out of each other all night, the two teams congratulate/commiserate with each other. Lots of respect between the two European giants.

  31. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Juventus have lost the CL/European Cup final six times, more than any other club.

    You have to feel their pain.

  32. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Barcelona

    I get the feeling Barcelona's Twitter feed had this one ready prepared...

  33. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Juventus went toe to toe with Barcelona. They stayed in the game and fought hard in the second half, they were undone by the better side.

    "This, as a spectacle, is the best Champions League final I have been involved in.

    "There is a little bit of a gap opening up at the top of European football and Barcelona are at the top of it."

  34. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    How good is this Barcelona side? One of the best ever?

    Luis Enrique
  35. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Barcelona celebrate to a man: Sergio Busquets and Dani Alves capturing the attention with some sort of duelling bulls celebration. Meanwhile, the tears stream down Andrea Pirlo's face.

    Juventus lose
  36. Post update

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "We have seen a masterclass from Barcelona tonight. That goal from Neymar typifies what they are about, so devastating on the counter-attack. It is up to the rest of Europe now to catch them up.

    "Rest of Europe need to find a front three as good as Barcelona's's. They have without doubt, the best front three in the world."

    Barcelona celebrate
  37. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    The beautiful game

    Gary Lineker

    BBC Sport

    After a week of the ugliest side of football imaginable, the beautiful game reemerges. Congratulations Barça. Well played Juve.

  38. FULL-TIME

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona

    There's not even enough time to kick off again. Game over.

    Get yourself to Catalunya or Berlin if you want to party tonight.

    Barcelona fans
  39. GOAL

    Juventus 1-3 Barcelona - Neymar

    And that is that. The Olympic Stadium is lit up by flashbulbs as Neymar slides the ball home with the last kick of the game. Party time.

    Neymar scores
  40. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "It's been a wonderful final. Juventus have played their part."

  41. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Twenty seconds left and the Barca fans chant 'campeones'...

  42. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Alan Green

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Who can beat Barcelona these days? They're back to their best. The front three are sensational."

  43. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Barca charge forward and win a corner. Nearly there now. Even the greats of the game like to run down the clock by the flag.

  44. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Glory awaits

    Josh Brigham: Five minutes away from an unprecedented treble. Stepping away from the shadow of Pep, Luis Enrique is about to embrace immortality.

  45. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    I'm reliably informed that there have been late goals in the last three Champions League finals. Time for the sting in the tail?

  46. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    TEVEZ... a curling shot with his right foot is bent towards goal... but it's straight at the keeper.

  47. INJURY TIME

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Five minutes added on as Lionel Messi scampers through on goal but the ball is acrobatically cleared by Leonardo Bonucci.

  48. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Still falling for you

    Alistair Wiseman: Barca players are a cross between titans and the titanic. They play fantastically but they go down far far too easily!

    Lord Bushrod: Once again Barcelona have shown they're the best team in Europe at falling over.

    Joel McInally: How come people are complaining that Barca's goal should have stood but not about the blatant penalty Juventus didn't get?

  49. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Carlos Tevez tries his luck from 35 yards out and the ball takes a bobble before being tipped wide.

  50. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    The world winces as one - replays showing Luis Suarez crumple under his own weight when landing awkwardly. He looks in trouble, then decides to run it off.

  51. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Barcelona

    The streets of Barcelona are lined with smiling football fans... at the moment anyway.

  52. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "It's kitchen-sink time for Juventus. They've got to gamble now. I'd think about pushing Pogba a bit more central."

  53. SUBSTITUTION

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Luis Suarez drags a shot wide, just as Juventus bring on Spanish striker Fernando Llorente for compatriot Alvaro Morata.

  54. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Alan Green

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "I'm old enough to have seen Maradona play. He was a brilliant player, no question, but Messi tops him."

  55. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer in Berlin

    "Juventus still nursing a sense of injustice - they felt they should have had a penalty when Paul Pogba was wrestled down by Dani Alves moments before Luis Suarez scored. What a fight they have put up, though, in the face of Barcelona's brilliance. Last 10. Will there be a late twist?"

    Paul Pogba
  56. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Do it for Shakira. Do it for Shakira. The ball is in the air for an age and Gerard Pique watches it onto his foot... but blazes over from eight yards out. High and humble.

  57. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "There's time left in the game. I think it's too early for Juventus to gamble and leave themselves open at the back."

  58. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Suarez

    Luis Suarez has had a hand in 15 goals in his last eight games with Barcelona all competitions (8 goals, 7 assists).

  59. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "I was lucky enough to play against Xavi in youth football and you could see the quality that he had even then. He's had a fantastic career, he's done it with class, and this is a fitting end."

    Xavi replaces Iniesta for the final time
  60. SUBSTITUTION

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Xavi

    Here comes a giant of our time. In a Barcelona shirt for the last time, Xavi fittingly replaces his fellow pass-master Andres Iniesta, who hands over the captain's armband in ceremonial fashion on the touchline.

  61. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Hands up

    Former Burnley and Reading winger Glen Little: You can't give handball for that.

    Barcelona FC: Neymar goal ruled out for what looked to be an involuntary hand ball.

    Paddy Emmerson: It has to be intentional handball. If they disallow the goal then under the rules he should've been booked. Poor decision.

  62. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    While the crowd does some kind of 'We will rock you' stamp and clap, Barca line up a free-kick but it's not troubling the keeper from Lionel Messi.

    Lionel messi
  63. House party latest

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Steve Crossman

    BBC Sport in Turin

    "I've just taken an entirely neutral poll and 100% of people think it was handball."

    Fans

    If you're just joining us, Steve is at a house party in Turin this evening.

  64. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    The keepers are all over the place at the moment - Barca's Marc-Andre ter Stegen flapping at a cross and raising the heart-rate of every watching Catalan.

  65. House party latest

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Steve Crossman

    BBC Sport in Turin

    "Aaaaaaaand we're back to square one."

    Juve fans
  66. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Top of the class

    AP McCoy: Brilliant from Messi & Suarez

  67. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    When that second goal went in, it was Luis Enrique's Sir Alex and Brian Kidd moment. He danced onto the pitch in sheer delight. More importantly, however... why isn't he wearing any socks?

    Luis Enrique
  68. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Alan Green

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Don't tell me a goal-line official has actually made a decision! I think that's very harsh. There was no intent to handle the ball"

    Barcelona complain to the fifth official
  69. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    What's going on here then? Neymar has the ball in the back of the net but the referee is talking to his assistant... and he chalks off the goal because the header deflected in via the Brazilian's hand. Harsh? You decide.

    Neymar
  70. Post update

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "The minute that Messi picked the ball up, there was only one thing on his mind: going for goal. It was a good save from Buffon, but when it fell to Suarez, he showed great technique."

    Luis Suarez scores for Barcelona
  71. GOAL

    Juventus 1-2 Barcelona - Luis Suarez

    They make even the mundane look special. Barcelona roar back in front when Lionel Messi drives forward - the Juve defenders almost scared to make a tackle the closer he gets to goal - and a low shot is beaten clear by Buffon but straight to the feet of Luis Suarez who delicately clips the ball home.

    Luis Suarez scores
  72. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Pogba's influence is growing in this second half. Alves isn't coping with his physical strength on the left-hand side. Bacelona can't get out now."

  73. PENALTY APPEAL

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Paul Pogba punches the ground in anger as his penalty appeal is turned down. The Frenchman appeared to be dragged down by Dani Alves. Looks a penalty for me. The Old Lady has every right to be furious.

  74. How's stat?!

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Alvaro Morata is the second player to score in both semi-final legs and the final in a single Champions League season after Arjen Robben for Bayern Munich in 2012-13.

  75. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    This is surely one of the best Champions League finals of recent years. Maybe Juventus have been kidding us and have been playing rope-a-dope tactics all night. Now they suddenly seem to have a bit of momentum. Still got to fancy Barca though.

    Ivan Rakitic
  76. 'Yeeessssssss!'

    Steve Crossman

    BBC Sport in Turin

    House party latest...

    "Joy. This is what it looks like."

    House party
  77. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "I'm in awe of some of the football that we're seeing from Barcelona tonight. It's pass-and-move of the highest order, it's from another planet."

  78. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Andres Iniesta has us all drooling with a cute pass where he looks one way and slides the ball the other, Ronaldinho-style, but there's just too much on it and Luis Suarez is beaten to it by the keeper.

  79. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Too close to call

    Matt Collingwood: For all of the attacking flair, this Barca side are awful at the back. The equaliser was always likely.

    James Gallagher: Has the feel of the Murray vs Djokovic match earlier - good comeback but the final outcome is still predictable.

    Belete Eshetea: Buffon really wanted to win this game and here is the fruit of his GREAT saves. Game on!

  80. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Great chance for Juve but Carlos Tevez gets under the ball and puts the bag of wind into the stand from the edge of the box.

  81. Pirless

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Graphic

    Andrea Pirlo's heat map hasn't changed much has it? The Juventus midfielder has still spent most of the match 'sitting' in front of the back four.

  82. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "It's anybody's game at the moment. Juventus have come back into it. They're making tackles, they're winning second balls, they're beginning to worry the Barcelona back four."

  83. All about Alvaro

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Morata

    Brazilian Mario Jardel in 99/00, Pavel Nedved and Nigerian midfielder James Obiorah (both in 02/03) are the other three.

  84. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Alan Green

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "I look at this game tonight, and I think English clubs are nowhere near this level."

  85. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Barcelona

    It's all set up. 89th-minute penalty for Barcelona... Xavi steps up.

  86. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Pirlo plays a Pirlo pass - there's no other way to describe it - but a heavy touch from Paul Pogba ruins what could have been the perfect opportunity. He would have been in one on one with the keeper.

  87. Neighmar

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Just when it looked like Neymar could do no wrong.....

    The striker's namesake - a three-year-old colt - won the 8.40 at Newcastle but that equaliser for Juventus from Alvaro Morata has suddenly put the win double in doubt.

  88. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    It sounds like all of Turin is packed inside the Olympic Stadium now. Deafening. Game on, this time Alvaro Morata heading over.

  89. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Morata has been a nuisance for Mascherano and Pique all night. He's caused them problems with his sheer physical presence."

    Morata scores
  90. Post update

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona

    Alan Green

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Watching Barcelona in the last five minutes, they were just toying with Juventus. But it just shows you that Juventus can sting. It's a wonderful final."

  91. GOAL

    Juventus 1-1 Barcelona - Alvaro Morata

    Game on.

    Juventus harry Barca deep in their own half to win the ball back.

    Claudio Marchisio's back heel plays in Stephane Lichsteiner, he feeds Carlos Tevez, whose shot is saved but Alvaro Morata is on hand to fire home the leveller from close range.

    The Juve fans have gone wild.

    Juventus score against Barcelona
    Juventus score against Barcelona
    Juventus score against Barcelona
  92. House party latest

    Steve Crossman

    BBC Sport in Turin

    House party

    Mood has picked up at number 12 Via Montevecchio.

    Juve have responded well and their supporters are on their feet again.

  93. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Barcelona are as slick as oil - one-touch passes all the way before Lionel Messi blazes over the bar. You get the impression they have another couple of gears if they need them.

  94. Post update

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "You don't get a sense of the size of Buffon when you watch on TV. He's huge, and he's got such presence. He's the heartbeat of this Juve team."

  95. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Andrea Pirlo stands over a free-kick 35 yards out, but his floaty delivery is headed behind by Pique.

    The corner is cleared and Barcelona break - it's five on three, but Luis Suarez has his shot saved by Buffon at the near post.

  96. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Andres Iniesta slips seamlessly back into his role in midfield in which he dictates play like a master puppeteer. If he wasn't going grey, I'd question if he was human - rather like we do with Messi.

  97. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "What Juventus have got to do is stay in the match for as long as possible, take it to the last 10 minutes at 1-0, and then go for the throat."

  98. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Arturo Vidal has to be careful. The Juventus midfielder's tally of five fouls is one more than Barcelona made in the first half. He has been cautioned.

    There were 15 fouls committed by Juventus in the first half - the most by any side before the break in the CL this season.

  99. KICK-OFF

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Another 45 minutes of footballing delight ahead of us. Maybe more?

    It's gone dark in Germany now, but there's a hint of pink in the sky above the Olympic Stadium. Should be a nice day in the capital tomorrow, then.

  100. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Splitting hairs

    David 'Bumble' Lloyd: Great footballers on view in the final ...anybody plucked up courage to tell some of them that their haircuts are quite ridiculous?

    Paul Pogba and Danni Alves
  101. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    I love this... the Barcelona team take the escalator down to pitchside. Bad escalator etiquette from Messi and Co though - they're congregating down both sides. Stand to your right, lads.

  102. Tale of the tape

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Stats
  103. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer in Berlin

    "Barcelona a joy but this has not been the carnage for Juventus that the early moments might have indicated. They have prevented Barcelona getting that second goal and are still fighting to somehow find a way in. Barcelona, in clusters of attacks, have looked scintillating."

    Juventus v Barcelona
  104. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    It's a game of opinions

    Josh Hammond: Busquets is a diver and play actor, and no matter how good at football he is, THAT is what he is known for, sorry Phil (Neville).

    Kuntal Majumdar: For everything that he does, Busquets is the biggest unsung hero of the Barca machine. Legendary player by a mile.

    Callum Johnstone: Suarez and Busquets are marking Pirlo out of the game. They're not taking the limelight by putting in one hell of a shift!

  105. Half-time stats

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Opta
  106. Women's World Cup

    Canada v China (23:00 BST)

    Women's World Cup trophy

    The football doesn't stop once this game is finished. Far from it. Once we've wrapped you can head straight on over to our live text coverage of the opening game of the Women's World Cup between hosts Canada and China in Edmonton - a game that kicks off a month of live action from the event on the BBC. You can double-screen tonight's game on BBC Three.

  107. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Watching Barcelona and Lionel Messi: what a time to be alive.

  108. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Barcelona could have been three goals up after 15 minutes. It was a disastrous start for Juventus and a breathtaking opening from Barcelona. But Juventus actually bounced back really well, and they're right in it. Allegri will be happy at half-time."

  109. HALF-TIME

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    A jinking, slaloming run into the box from Lionel Messi is the last action of a hugely-entertaining first half. The ball runs out of play and Juve run off for sanctuary when the whistle blows.

    Patrice Evra and Lionel Messi
  110. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Claudio Marchisio has got a sledgehammer of a shot on him and his latest rasper is saved by Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

  111. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Busquets is the unsung hero of Barcelona. He's the engine that makes everything tick. He never takes more than one or two touches, he just sits in there and lets the others play."

  112. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    The average age of the Juve team is 30 years and 153 days. That's the second oldest for a Champions League final, behind the Milan side of 2007. Could age catch up with them in the second half? They've been chasing a lot of shadows in the first.

    AC Mila
  113. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Heat map

    Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo's heat map shows where his preferred 'zone' is...

  114. YELLOW CARD

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    You know the feeling. You've been given the runaround by the little fella for 40 minutes and he beats you again. Just bring him down to earth. Into the book, Mr Paul Pogba.

  115. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Hairy moments

    Mark Duffell: Are they having a 'who's got the worst Barnet' competition? Pogba, Neymar, Messi, Alves, Vidal clear leaders.

    Former England spinner Graeme Swann: Well I think that the award for worst 'Barnet' in a Champions League final has been snapped up #vidal #horrorlid #diy. Vidal knows it too. Proper angry with his barber and taking it out on the Spaniards.

    Vidal

    Shane Daly: Going off topic for a second, but Pirlo has a great beard, my wife likes it a little too much. Guess who she wants to win?

  116. CLOSE!

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    You can't take your eyes off this match for a minute. This time Luis Suarez's daisy-cutter rolls across Buffon and almost nestles into the bottom corner. Then the ex-Liverpool striker ends the perfect team move with a powerful shot which is tipped over.

  117. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Average position

    The above graphic of the average position of each player so far shows Barcelona have been very much on the front foot.

  118. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    They nearly do it again. Like with the first goal, Messi kicks things off on the right and the ball ends up with Iniesta in the box. He squares to Luis Suarez but the move breaks down. Juventus clearly haven't learned.

  119. PENALTY APPEAL

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Ooohhh... Paul Pobga tumbles in the box under the challenge of Jordi Alba. Penalty? No. The Italians surround the ref, but he got it right according to the replays.

    Juventus surround the referee
  120. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer in Berlin

    "Juventus's fans are not giving up on this one. One small passage of possession sent a huge roar sweeping around their end of Berlin's Olympic Stadium. Coach Max Allegri is deep in discussion with his lieutenants - one subject might be how to solve the problem of the ridiculously hyped-up Arturo Vidal."

    Juventus fans
  121. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Juve win a corner and four men stand on the edge of the box, waiting to time their run, drag their marker and head home. But it doesn't work out that way as a short corner is pressed back and ends with Carlos Tevez clipping the ball back to the keeper.

    Carlos Tevez
  122. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Juventus are trying to impose themselves now and Patrice Evra gets free down the left and drills in a low ball which Gerard Pique cuts out.

  123. House party update

    You know that house party we mentioned earlier? The one with the miserable-looking Juventus fans... (see 20:10)

    BBC Sport's Steve Crossman, who has crashed that party, will be speaking to some of those in attendance on BBC Radio 5 live at half-time. You can listen via the live coverage tab at the top of this page.

  124. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "What Juventus have done in the last ten minutes is just to draw little fouls and stop the rhythm of Barcelona. It's more stop-start, and that suits Juventus more."

    Iniesta and Marchisio
  125. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Can't please them all

    Jason Varga: Playing great football but still Barcelona dive all over the pitch. It's the reason despite everything many can't totally love them.

    James Dale: Best team in the world showing it in the best club game in the world.

    Abhishek: Pogba slowly becoming influential. Won't get a bigger stage than this to show his talents

  126. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Juventus coach Max Allegri is in deep discussions with his denim shirt-clad assistant manager.

    "We just need to get about them more, boss."

    "I'm not telling Arturo that."

  127. Dominating

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Alves

    There is a lot of chat that this could be Dani Alves's last Barcelona match.

    If it is, he is going out in style. The defender has had nine more touches than any other player so far - with a passing accuracy of 96%.

  128. Vote result

    So far, it seems you know your stuff.

    We asked what the outcome of tonight's game would be, and 62.2% of you said Barcelona would win in 90 minutes.

    Thanks for voting.

    Vote result
  129. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Barcelona slow things down, they lull you into a false sense of security, and then bang, they get the ball in to the front three."

  130. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    A poor defensive header from Patrice Evra lands at the feet of Neymar, but the Brazilian's shot is tame and easy for Buffon in the Juventus goal.

  131. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Juventus are having their best period of the game. Pirlo is having a few more touches."

    Andre Pirlo
  132. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Juventus are troubling Barcelona when they get about their man and Alvaro Morata forces a mistake which sees the ball run loose to Claudio Marchisio, whose incredibly powerful punt sails into the stands.

  133. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    How's this for a stat?

    Ivan Rakitic's opener was the first Barcelona goal from open play without a Messi, Suarez or Neymar goal/assist since February 28.

  134. How Rakitic scored

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Goal

    All 10 of Barcelona's outfield players touched the ball in the lead-up to the goal.

  135. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Another mis-placed pass lets in Juve and Alvaro Morata curls a shot just wide, under pressure from Jordi Alba. Close.

  136. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    There was an excitable cacophony of noise inside the cavernous Olympic Stadium before Barca scored. Now it's a mixture of a nervous din from one end and expectant energy emanating from the other.

  137. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    With Messi taking care of things on the right, Neymar is doing the same job on the left. Iniesta just patrols the middle of the park and switches play. Simple.

    Neymar
  138. Time to party... Oh.

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Steve Crossman

    BBC Sport in Turin

    I was invited to a little gathering to watch the game with Juve fans.

    Safe to say the 'party' has been taken out of house party here.

    House party
  139. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "The encouragement for Juventus is that every time the ball has gone up towards Morata or Tevez, they have caused Barcelona problems with their physical play."

  140. Quick off the mark

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Rakitic
  141. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Can somebody count how many Barcelona players are on the pitch? It looks like they've got 15 men out there.

    However, their desire to commit men forward almost costs them when Paul Pogba breaks and plays the ball across the box before Javier Mascherano cuts the pass out with Carlos Tevez waiting to slide home.

  142. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Wale Ibraheem: Early goal for Barca... booom!! Game plan in the dust bin.

    Behrang Rashidian: Vidal better calm down, the last thing Juve need is to get a player sent off Sassoon !

  143. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Lionel Messi is positioning himself on the right and drifting inside, pinging passes between the Juventus lines. The Italians look like they've been whacked round the chops by Anthony Joshua. Dazed. Confused. Can they go home?

    Lionel Messi on the attack for Barcelona
  144. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer in Berlin

    "After two early slips at the back, Barcelona have looked in rampant mood and Juventus are right on the rack here. The Italians are just about clinging on but one or two of their defenders look like they fear this might be a long night - and the wild tackling of Arturo Vidal could see him having an early night."

    Arturo Vidal tackles Iniesta
  145. Assister Iniesta

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Iniesta

    The Barcelona man is also the first player to assist a goal in three different Champions League finals.

  146. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Quick off the mark

    Barcelona FC: Rakitic scores @FCBarcelona's fastest goal in a European Final.

  147. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Graphic

    Barcelona domination so far...

  148. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "If I was the Juventus manager, I'd be looking at my substitutes' bench, thinking, 'Shall I bring Vidal off?' I'd be really concerned about his mental state - he's not in the game at all."

    Juventus v Barcelona
  149. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Arturo Vidal, who has already been booked, is walking a tightrope now after avoiding a second yellow for a crunching tackle on Neymar. Calm down, son.

  150. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "That's the best save I've seen in a Champions League final in a long time. Buffon was going to his right but he had to swing to his left with his left arm."

  151. GREAT SAVE!

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Who said finals never deliver? Gianluigi Buffon makes an unbelievable one-handed save to deny Dani Alves. Superb athleticism. Not bad for a 37-year-old.

  152. YELLOW CARD

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    I remember asking my dad how good Pele was. Everyone who is watching this game will be answering a similar question for their kids/grandkids in the future. The subject? Leo Messi, of course.

    Arturo Vidal is in the book for a foul on Sergio Busquets.

    Arturo Vidal booked
  153. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Alan Green

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Barcelona undoubtedly dipped after Guardiola left. But this is Barcelona back to their best."

  154. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Because Pogba and Marchisio are playing so narrow, the switches of play are on for Barcelona all the time."

  155. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Going down

    BBC Football Focus presenter Dan Walker: Another average Barcelona goal. Juventus defence still on the escalator!

    Juventus players leaving dressing room
  156. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    End to end already. The moment a Barca move breaks down, Juve sweep up the other end and Alvaro Morata's persistence puts his marker on his bum and the striker squares for Arturo Vidal, who shoots over.

    A minute later, Neymar's rising shot goes over. 100mph.

  157. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Juventus can't get the ball off Barcelona now. The Catalans' ability to play keepball is in their DNA.

  158. Post update

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "That was brilliant play from Barcelona. There must have been 30, 40 passes. It was the composure of Iniesta to see Rakitic out of the corner of his eye and square the pass that was crucial."

    Barcelona celebrate
  159. GOAL

    Juventus 0-1 Barcelona - Ivan Rakitic

    A goal from the gods. Barcelona ping about passes as though they are playing on the park with their mates: Messi, Alba, Neymar and Iniesta all involved before the ball is put on a plate for Ivan Rakitic to rifle home from eight yards out.

    Like a knife through hot butter, Barca had Juve on toast there.

    Ivan Rakitic
  160. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Former Manchester United and Juventus goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar: Let the final begin!!

    Edwin van der Sar Champions League final
  161. Post update

    Juventus 0-0 Barcelona

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "I think we'll see Juve put a high press on early on. They're not going to allow Barcelona to play out from the back. I think that's a really good tactic. When you put pressure on defenders they do get nervous."

    Juventus v Barcelona
  162. Post update

    Juventus 0-0 Barcelona

    A first sight at goal as Barcelona take one pass too many across their backline and give the ball away. Luckily for them, Carlos Tevez hasn't got his shooting boots on yet.

  163. KICK-OFF

    Juventus 0-0 Barcelona

    It's some sight in Berlin. The last dregs of daylight are giving way to the floodlights which train a continent-wide spotlight on two of the best club sides in the world.

    Let's do this.

    Barcelona
    Juventus
  164. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    The waiting's nearly over

    Gary Lineker: Some people are on the pitch. They think it's not started.

    Pre-match entertainment at Champions League final
  165. Post update

    Juventus v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Live opera greets the players - a male and female duo belting out the Champions League theme tune. You know the one. Time for the handshakes.

  166. Text us on 81111

    Twice as good?

    Jimmy in Bracknell: Suarez 24 goals for the season, perfectly respectable haul in England. Messi has more than double, absolutely ridiculous!

  167. Post update

    Juventus v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Lionel Messi and Carlos Tevez line up side by side in the tunnel. They whisper into each other's ear.

    "I bet you a tenner I score, Carlos."

  168. LINE-UPS

    Juventus v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Barcelona
  169. LINE-UPS

    Juventus v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Juventus X1
  170. Post update

    Juventus v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Right then, the players are heading onto the field. Here are the line-ups...

  171. Post update

    Juventus v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    The players are congregating in the tunnel, where they have the option of taking the stairs or escalator down to pitchside. Juve defender Stephan Lichtsteiner opts for the latter. Funny guy.

  172. Defying the odds?

    Beaten before you've started Gianlugi?

    The Juventus goalkeeper tells the official final programme: "In terms of the tie against Madrid, we might have had a 35 per cent chance to make it past them. I guess the chances of now winning the trophy against this Barcelona side are even slimmer.

    "We are aware of this and we can't deny it because it's just obvious. We have an abundance of respect for Barcelona and what they have achieved But we have a few weapons.

    "In the matches I have played, I have definitely had more satisfaction succeeding as an underdog, but being favourites makes you feel pretty good as well."

    Thirty five percent? Where did he pluck that number from?

  173. Simply the best

    Champions League

    Lionel Messi is glowing in his praise of Barcelona stalwart Xavi - who is playing his last game for the Catalans this evening after 17 seasons.

    In the official Champions League final programme, Messi says: "To describe Xavi as a player is really difficult. Everybody knows what he has achieved on the pitch and will achieve.

    "Over time, and all the matches he has played in, I can only say that it has been a pleasure to play for so long alongside him and enjoy every minute with him, not only in matches, but in training sessions as well. He has been the best player in the history of Spanish football and that, I think says it all."

    It certainly does Lionel.

  174. Magical Messi

    Lionel Messi (77) has scored 33 more Champions League goals than Juventus' starting XI & subs put together (44).

    No need to be afraid Juve. Honest.

  175. Post update

    Juventus v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Phil Neville

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "In a game that's all hustle-and-bustle, Xavi and Pirlo slow the game down. They dictate the tempo and pace of the game with their technqiue. They taker markers into space that they're not comfortable. They're special players."

  176. 'We were concentrating on playing darts'

    Police with the European Cup

    Somehow I don't think anything like this will happen again this evening...

    In 1982 Aston Villa won the European Cup by beating Bayern Munich 1-0 in Rotterdam. After a joyous homecoming, the players took the enormous trophy around to supporters' clubs to show the loyal fans. At one such function at a pub near Tamworth, Aston Villa left-back Colin Gibson got into an argument with a man who, unbeknownst to anyone, picked up the European Cup and left the pub!

    "We were concentrating on winning a game of darts when someone turned around and said: 'The European Cup's gone!'" Gibson has been telling the BBC World Service's Sportshour programme. "It had been stolen. We sort of went: 'Oh my God!'"

    There was a happy ending though.

    The perpetrator turned up at West Bar police station in Sheffield with the trophy in the boot and promptly handed it over.

    "We decided we might as well hold a football match for the cup," recalls PC Graham Wragg. "We picked two teams of four and away we went! In the middle of the night. In full uniform!"

    Listen to more of this story here.

    Police with the European Cup
  177. Neymar - 'Biggest match of my career'

    Heading into the game, one third of Barcelona's attacking 'trident' Neymar says it is the biggest match of his career.

    The 23-year-old said: "Ever since I was six or seven I have been dreaming about this possibility and now the time has come."

    He suffered injury agony when he carried the hopes of Brazil in last summer's World Cup as he was ruled out with a back injury before they suffered their humiliating 7-1 loss to Germany in the semi-final.

    "I have played many finals but I think this is the most important one of my career to date," added Neymar. "It is the most important match of my life. It has been my dream since I was a child and I really hope to enjoy this game."

  178. 'Quarter-finals was our goal'

    Allegri admits the team's objective when the season started was to reach the quarter-final. Now they've reached Berlin, however, they want to go all the way.

    "We have to be winners," said Allegri. "We need to take the last step; that's always hard, especially in a Champions League final."

  179. Remembering Heysel

    Juventus

    Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri wants to win tonight and dedicate the victory to the 39 fans who died in the Heysel Stadium tragedy of 1985.

    Allegri said: "It is very important. Thirty years ago we saw a tragedy which is going to stay with us and has gone down in the history of football, so I think for Juventus, for Italian fans and for world football, this year is a year to be remembered."

    Read more on that here.

  180. Unique Barca

    I read somewhere that Luis Enrique loves football that much, he often turns up at games as a spectator - in disguise of course.

    For somebody who clearly lives and breathes the game, it surely can't get much better than managing this group of Barcelona players?

    "We have a unique set of players, a unique generation given the number of trophies Barcelona have won," said Enrique. "I hope we see a great final, an open exciting game - that would be great for football, and the better side would win. This is going to be one of the best matches you can watch - the champions of Italy and Spain. It's going to be spectacular."

  181. Goals galore

    Lionel Messi

    Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo lead the goal sc