Ahead of Chelsea's clash with Bayern Munich on Saturday, TEAMtalk takes a look back at five thrilling Champions League finals.
1967: CELTIC 2 INTER MILAN 1
Jock Stein's 'Lisbon Lions' became the first British club to win the European Cup on a balmy night at the Estadio Nacional.
Inter took an early lead through a penalty from Sandro Mazzola.
However, Celtic rallied and got back on level terms just after the hour through Tommy Gemmell.
The Scottish champions then secured their place in football folklore as Stevie Chalmers grabbed a winner five minutes from time to spark wild scenes of celebration in Portugal and back in Glasgow.
1968: MANCHESTER UNITED 4 BENFICA 1 (aet)
United finally made their mark on Europe's elite club competition the following season, with a memorable victory after extra-time at Wembley.
Bobby Charlton fired the English side ahead in the second half, but Jaime Graca levelled.
It needed a brilliant save from United goalkeeper Alex Stepney from the legendary Eusebio to take the tie into the additional 30 minutes.
George Best, Brian Kidd and Charlton all scored in the first period as the Red Devils ran out comfortable winners.
1960: REAL MADRID 7 EINTRACHT FRANKFURT 3
Arguably the finest European Cup final of all time saw Real Madrid and Frankfurt share 10 goals at Hampden Park.
Legendary strikers Alfredo Di Stefano and Ferenc Puskas took centre stage in an astonishing contest that Frankfurt led early on through Richard Kress.
Di Stefano's brace put the Spanish side in the lead at the break before the Argentina-born forward completed his hat-trick in the second half.
Incredibly, Di Stefano was not the top scorer in the contest, with Puskas' four second-half goals forever carving the Hungarian great into European Cup folklore.
1999: MANCHESTER UNITED 2 BAYERN MUNICH 1
United looked to have pulled off the greatest comeback in Champions League final history with their stunning turnaround over Bayern Munich in the Nou Camp.
The Germans were comfortable after Mario Basler put them ahead with an early free-kick and should have taken the match beyond the Premier League club, who were missing midfield pair Roy Keane and Paul Scholes.
However, after Carsten Jancker chipped against the crossbar, United secured a remarkable victory with stoppage-time goals from first substitute Teddy Sheringham and then Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
2005: LIVERPOOL 3 AC MILAN 3 - (aet, Liverpool win 3-2 on penalties)
If United's comeback was incredible, then the one produced by Liverpool in Istanbul in 2005 beggared belief.
The Reds were down and out at half-time, trailing 3-0 following a Paolo Maldini strike and a brace from Hernan Crespo.
However, captain Steven Gerrard started the fightback before Vladimir Smicer and Xabi Alonso somehow dragged Liverpool back on level terms and forced extra-time.
Goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek then proved the hero in the penalty shoot-out as he saved from Andrea Pirlo and Andriy Shevchenko to give the Reds their fifth European Cup.