Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich fans are in London en masse for the first all-German Champions League final, with hundreds of Dortmund supporters congregating in Trafalgar Square.
The Queen's Life Guard is one of the major attractions, as fans pose for pictures with the inscrutable soldiers there.
London is draped in the colours of the two teams, with this bright yellow Borussia Dortmund flag waved in front of Big Ben.
The London Eye is another landmark visited by the Bayern Munich fans.
As the day progresses, supporters slowly make their way to Wembley. This fanatical Bayern Munich follower is covered with badges and scarves.
Wembley begins to fill up well before the 19:45 BST kick-off time, with the Borussia Dortmund fans recreating the sights and sounds of their Westfalenstadion.
The build-up to the final features some unusual scenes on the pitch at Wembley, with a rather heraldic, medieval feel to proceedings. Still, all the fans in the packed stadium seem to be having a good time.
Bayern might have easily won the German league but when the match starts it is Dortmund who create the bulk of the early chances and Bayern keeper Manuel Neuer makes a series of good saves.
The final is fast and frenetic, with Dortmund dominating before Bayern claw their way back into the contest. The two coaches are camped in their technical areas.
Towards the end of the opening half Munich start to seriously threaten the Dortmund goal and Roman Weidenfeller makes several good saves. It is goalless at the break.
The Bayern Munich fans continue to help create a superb atmosphere after the restart but the entertainment on show on the pitch is not quite as breathtaking as it was in the first half.
But as the match reaches the hour mark some tenacious work down left by Arjen Robben leaves Mario Mandzukic (left) with a simple finish to put the Bavarian team in front.
Seven minutes after falling behind, Dante's clumsy foul gifts a penalty for Dortmund from which Ilkay Gundogan sends Manuel Neuer the wrong way to equalise.
The game appears to be heading for extra-time - with Bayern looking the stronger of the two sides - when with 89 minutes on the clock Arjen Robben shows superb composure to strike a late winner.
While the Bayern players celebrate the club's fifth triumph in the competition, the final whistle sees the deflated Dortmund players collapse to the floor.
Captain Philipp Lahm has the honour of walking up the Wembley steps to lift the Champions League trophy, sending the Bayern supporters into raptures.
The Bayern Munich players celebrate by throwing outgoing head coach Jupp Heynckes into the air ahead of his summer exit from the the club.