The Reds will face Real Madrid in the final in Paris after the Spanish giants came back to knock out fellow Premier League rivals Manchester City 6-5 on aggregate in Wednesday’s (4 May) semi-final.
Kopites will travel to the French capital in their droves, just as they did for the last European triumph in Madrid in 2019.
Are you looking for information about cheap flights and hotels? LiverpoolWorld have you covered.
Here is everything you need to know.
When and where is the 2021/22 Champions League final?
This season’s Champions League final is set to take place on Saturday, 28 May.
The 67th European final will be played in front of a capacity crowd of 80,000 at the Stade de France in Paris.
Kick off will be at 8 pm in the evening.
Are there direct flights between Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Paris?
The average journey time from Liverpool to the French capital of Paris is one hour and 30 minutes via plane.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport offers both direct and connecting flights to Paris.
The closest airport to Stade de France is Paris Charles de Gaulle (Paris CDG) which is 17.8 kilometres away.
Liverpool John Lenon does not offer direct flights to this Parisian airport, but EasyJet can get you there with a minimum of one transfer.
Here are examples of cheap easyJet flights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Paris CDG:
Liverpool to Paris CDG (12hr 05 min journey, 16 hr 55 min on return, one stop each way in Barcelona)
Price: £475.34 per person
Depart: 27 May (7 am) Arrive: 27 May (8:05 pm)
Depart: 29 May (7:15 am) Arrive: 29 May (11:10 pm)
Liverpool to Paris CDG (7hr 10 min journey, 8hr 35 min on return, including one stop each way in Belfast and Barcelona)
Price: £578.09 per person
Depart: 27 May (10 am) Arrive: 27 May (4:45 pm)
Depart: 29 May (3:35 pm) Arrive: 29 May (11:10 pm)
For more information regarding flights offered by easyJet to Paris CDG, visit the official website.
RyanAir is the only airline to offer direct flights to Paris, but only to the two other airports in the city: Paris Beauvais and Paris Vatry.
For more information, take a look through the RyanAir flight finder and visit the official Liverpool John Lennon Airport page.
Where are the cheapest hotels in Paris?
Planning a footie-filled and fun vacation at the French capital does not need to break the bank.
Booking.com has a database full of great and affordable hotel options that are not too far away from the Stade de France.
One of the cheapest options:
Hipotel Paris Belgrand Mairie
£386 for two adults for two nights from 27-29 May
2.5 miles away from city centre, 16 minute drive from Stade de France, access to the Metro nearby
For more information about this hotel, visit the Booking.com page.
For a list of more cheap hotels and accommodation in and around Paris ahead of the Champions League final, take a look through the database.
How can I buy tickets for the final?
At the time of writing, UEFA are yet to confirm this year’s ticketing application process.
Tickets are usually allocated to supporters of both clubs that play in the final, of which are usually accessed through the clubs themselves.
UEFA advises those interested in attending the 2022 Champions League final to visit the ticketing website regularly for updates.
*All costings and prices correct at the time of publication and should be used as a guide only.