Real Madrid’s victory over Sevilla in the Europa League final means they will now face Barcelona at the Bernabeu on Sunday.
This is a draw that is the first of the season for the Barca side, which was relegated in June and will now be playing in a different league to their counterparts in La Liga.
A loss in the first leg of the tie would see Real Madrid drop down to the third-place position and would likely see a return to the Champions League for the Spanish side.
It is an exciting time for the Spain side, who were knocked out of the last four European Championships by Spain, Brazil and Croatia.
They will hope to get back on track in the final on Wednesday, when they face FC Barcelona.
Sevilla are currently seventh in La Liga and will be looking to take advantage of the draw to avoid a fifth straight defeat, which would see them drop to the bottom of the table.