It’s one of the biggest weeks on the football calendar with the UEFA Champions League final, the UEFA Europa League final and the play-off finals of the EFL Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two. Fans should experience three games of exciting entertainment.

Here’s everything you need to know before a blockbuster soccer week …

Manchester City – Chelsea – UEFA Champions League Final

Where: Dragon Stadium, Porto

When: Saturday May 29th

Kick-off time: 8 p.m. (GMT)

TV: BT Sport – also broadcast for free on BT Sport’s YouTube channel and website

This is the first time Manchester City have reached the Champions League final and they won’t want to fall by the final hurdle. Pep Guardiola won’t want to miss this opportunity and neither will his players. In this swan song for Sergio Agüero, he could end his 10-year stay in Manchester with the trophy he and the club have been chasing for so long.

For Thomas Tuchel’s rejuvenated Chelsea, this final comes nine years after the dramatic triumph in the Champions League in Munich. Could Tuchel achieve the unthinkable in such a short time?

Athlete Statistics: This is Pep Guardiola’s third Champions League final as manager and Thomas Tuchel’s second.

Betfred odds: Manchester City costs 10/11 to win and Chelsea 7/2.

Villarreal v Manchester United – UEFA Europa League Final

Where: City Stadium, Gdansk

When: Wednesday May 26th

Kick-off time: 8 p.m. (GMT)

TV: BT Sport – also broadcast for free on BT Sport’s YouTube channel and website.

This is Villarreal’s first bow in a Europa League final against Manchester United, which has only made it to the semi-finals three times in the past.

United recently achieved success in this competition, crowning Ajax champions under José Mourinho in 2016/17.

Athlete Statistics: Villarreal manager Unai Emery has set an excellent record in this competition and is the record holder for most titles alongside Giovanni Trappattoni. Emery won the tournament three times in a row with Seville between 2014-16. He also led Arsenal to the final in 2018-19 but they lost to Chelsea.

Betfred odds: Villarreal costs 19/5 and Manchester United 5/6.

Brentford v Swansea City – EFL Championship Play Off Final

Where: Wembley Stadium, London

When: Saturday May 29th

Kick-off time: 3 p.m. (GMT)

TV: Sky Sports

This is Brentford’s second play-off final in two years after a heartbreaking loss to Fulham last year. They come into this game after a great turnaround against Bournemouth in the second leg semi-finals as well as an impressive league campaign.

Swansea had an impressive season too, they seemed to fly in the first half of the season but seemed to wear off in the middle of the season but they still managed to finish strong. This match could be an entertaining final. Hopefully it will be similar to Swansea v Reading to get promoted to the Premier League in 2011.

Athlete Statistics: Ivan Toney scored a whopping 39% of Brentford’s league goals with his astonishing 31 goals that broke Glenn Murray’s record.

Betfred odds: Brentford has a price of 10/11 to win and Chelsea has a price of 7/2.

Blackpool v Lincoln City – EFL League One Play Off Final

Where: Wembley Stadium, London

When: Sunday May 30th

Kick-off time: 3 p.m. (GMT)

TV: Sky Sports

Blackpool wants to return to the championship for the first time since 2015. They convinced the winners in the semi-finals against Oxford United and looked like the team to beat.

As for Lincoln, her meteoric rise from the National League in recent years has been exceptional. A club that does everything the hard way, but the right way. The loss of the Cowley brothers raised questions how the club would deal with it and they cleared the doubt, and Michael Appleton did a great job.

Athlete Statistics: Head-to-head this season, Lincoln won 2-3 away at Bloomfield Road and the two teams drew 2-2 at Sincil Bank.

Betfred odds: Blackpool costs 6/5 and Lincoln City costs 12/5.

Morecambe v Newport County – EFL League Two Play-Off Final

Where: Wembley Stadium, London

When: Monday 31st May

Kick-off time: 3 p.m. (GMT)

TV: Sky Sports

Morecambe beat Tranmere Rovers 3-2 and booked his first EFL play-off final. The shrimp will try to reach the third tier for the first time in their 101 year history.

Newport County qualified for the final after a heady 5-4 aggregate win over Forest Green Rovers. Nicky Maynard’s late goal in extra time was enough to secure Newport’s place in the final.

Athlete Statistics: Newport goalscorer Kevin Elisson was the oldest player in play-off history at the age of 42.

Betfred odds: Morecambe costs 9/5 and Newport County costs 6/4.