Thanks to impressive victories in the semifinals of the 2013-2014 UEFA Champions League, La Liga giants Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid will meet in the UCL Final. Set to be played at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal, this season’s championship holds the potential to be one of the most entertaining and tight-knit finals in recent memory. Los Rojiblancos -- who currently lead the Spanish Primera Division over Barcelona and Real Madrid -- upended Barclays Premier League affiliate Chelsea in the two-legged semifinal while Los Blancos took down 2012-2013 UCL winner Bayern Munich, with a magnificent second leg performance at Germany’s Allianz Arena.

The two Spanish sides will meet in the final match on Saturday, May 24 and with that date just over three weeks away, here’s five things you’ll want to know about the All-Spanish UEFA Champions League Final between Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid.

1. The 2013-2014 UEFA Champions League Final will be the first finale between two teams from the same city. Atlético and Los Blancos play their full-time football in the city of Madrid, meaning this year’s final will be one of the biggest games in the history of the great city and the country of Spain.

2. Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo -- who won the 2013 FIFA Ballon d’Or Award recently -- enters the final match as the all-time single-season scoring leader in the European League. CR7 broke the previous record held by Barcelona star Lionel Messi (2011-2012), former AC Milan great Jose Altafini (1962-1963) and former Manchester United scorer Ruud van Nistelrooy (2002-2003).

3. Four previous Champions League finals have consisted of clubs from the same country, including last season’s contest between German powers Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. Prior to the 2013 final, Manchester United defeated Premier League rival Chelsea in the 2007-2008 title match while Milan took down Juventus via penalty kicks in an All-Italian final in 2003 and Real Madrid upended Valencia in 2000.

4. The May 24th final between the Spanish sides will be the 13th UEFA Champions League title appearance for Real Madrid and just the second for Los Rojiblancos. Atlético fell in its only other UCL final to Bayern Munich in 1974.

5. Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have already met four times this season, with Los Rojiblancos’ only victory coming on Sept. 28. Ronaldo and Real Madrid earned victories over their La Liga rivals in both legs of the recent Copa del Rey semifinals while the two sides played to a 2-2 draw on March 2 in their most recent match-up.