Today, Wednesday, attention is focused on the capital of Finland, Helsinki, where the Champions League champions Real Madrid and European champions Eintracht Frankfurt will face each other.
The match will take place at 19:00 GMT at the Olympic Stadium.
The match will be the first official confrontation between the two teams since their famous meeting in the Champions League final in 1960 at Hampden Park in Glasgow, which ended in a 7-3 exponential victory for Real Madrid to claim their fifth continental title in a row.
Real Madrid are playing the Supercopa for the eighth time in their history and have won it four times before, knowing that the current Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has never lost in it and was crowned head of Milan’s technical staff in 2003 and 2007 years, as well as Real Madrid in 2014.
As for Eintracht Frankfurt, for the first time in its history, it claims the European Super Cup.
Real Madrid are expected to enter the match with the following squad:
Goalkeeper: Thibault Courtois.
Defensively: David Alaba, Eder Militao, Dani Carvajal, Ferland Mendy.
Midfield: Casemiro, Luka Modric, Toni Kroos.
In the offensive line: Federico Valverde, Vinicius Junior, Karim Benzema.
As for Eintracht Frankfurt, they are expected to play with a squad that includes goalkeeper Kevin Trapp, with Ivan Ndika, Tota and Elmami Toure in front of him in the defensive line.
The midfield is led by Gabriel Su, next to him is Sebastian Rudy, Ansgar Konaev is on the right and Christopher Lentz is on the left, and Daichi Kamada, Mario Gotze and Rafael Santos are in attack.