One of the benefits of the lockdown is the amount of classic sport that has been shown on television over the last few months.
Between RTÉ, TG4 and eir Sport digging into the GAA archives, and classic Six Nations games being shown as well asreliving classic moments, there has been plenty of time to catch up with what may have been missed over the years.
While we continue to wait for the real thing to come back, there are more gems coming your way asare showing 13 Champions League / European Cup finals over the course of the Bank Holiday weekend.
While most of the games shown involve English teams, there are also the classic ties between Real Madrid and Juventus (2017) and Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid (2014) also airing over the long weekend.
As well as showing some classic matches, on Saturday night the coverage begins with theas Joe Molloy and the team pick apart Liverpool’s epic comeback victory over AC Milan in 2005. That show is at 6pm before extended highlights of the 'Miracle of Istanbul' at 7pm.
As well as famous nights for Liverpool, the weekend will also see some of the top stars from Man United, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Barcelona and Juventus all on the biggest stage in European football.
The action kicks off at 7pm on Friday.
Liverpool v Monchengladbach, 1977 - 7pm
Liverpool v Roma, 1984 - 8pm
Manchester United v Chelsea, 2008 - 9pm
Real Madrid v Juventus, 2017 - 10pm
Off The Ball Classic Game Club (Liverpool v Milan, 2005) - 6pm
Liverpool v Milan, 2005 - 7pm
Barcelona v Manchester United, 2011 - 8pm
Manchester Utd v Bayern Munich, 1999 - 9pm
Liverpool v Tottenham, 2019 - 10pm
Barcelona v Juventus, 2015 - 6pm
Barcelona v Man Utd, 2009 - 7pm
Man Utd v Benfica, 1968 - 8pm
Real Madrid v Liverpool, 2018 - 9pm
Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid, 2014 - 10pm