Treble Reunion: Your guide to Sunday's match
Twenty years on from that famous night in Barcelona, Manchester United's Treble-winning stars will face Bayern Munich again, this time at Old Trafford.
Hosted by the Manchester United Foundation, Sunday's match (kick-off 15:00 BST) will celebrate two decades to the day since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's stoppage-time winner at the Nou Camp made football history by securing the Champions League trophy on the back of claiming the Premier League title and FA Cup.
With Sir Alex Ferguson returning to the dugout as manager for the day, and some of the greats of English and German football gracing the Theatre of Dreams, Sunday afternoon could well be one to savour.
Here is everything you need to know ahead of the action...
CAN I STILL GET TICKETS?
You can buy Treble Reunion match tickets online or by calling +44 (0) 161 868 8000. If you’re trying to buy tickets on our website via a mobile you may experience issues. If so, please call us and our staff will be happy to help with your purchase. Fans will also be able to buy tickets at Old Trafford on the day of the match.
CAN I WATCH THE GAME ON TV?
Yes - if you can't get to Old Trafford, then BT Sport will be showing the match live in the UK and Ireland. For fans outside the UK and Ireland, there will be a live stream on our official app, which you can download here. Meanwhile, MUTV subscribers will also have full access to the coverage on our dedicated club television channel.
Peter Schmeichel will share goalkeeping duties with Raimond van der Gouw and Kevin Pilkington, while in front of them, Gary Neville, Henning Berg, Wes Brown, Denis Irwin, Ronny Johnsen, David May and Jaap Stam provide the defensive options.
Class of ’92 graduates David Beckham, Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes will make up the midfield, alongside Jesper Blomqvist and Jonathan Greening, while in attack our four fab forwards from 1998/99, Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke, Teddy Sheringham and of course our current manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, are in the squad.
Three regular players in previous Legends matches and keen supporters of Manchester United Foundation - Karel Poborsky, Louis Saha and Mikael Silvestre - are also set to play a part in the game.
The team will be managed once again by our legendary former boss Sir Alex Ferguson, with Steve McClaren serving as assistant and former Reds captain Bryan Robson as head coach.
WHAT ABOUT BAYERN?
The German outfit will field seven players from their 1998/99 squad – defenders Markus Babbel and Sammy Kuffour, midfielders Stefan Effenberg, Thorsten Fink and Lothar Matthaus, and forwards Giovane Elber and Carsten Jancker. Of those players, five started the Champions League final against United 20 years ago – Babbel, Kuffour, Effenberg, Matthaus and Jancker.
Former 1. FC Kaiserslautern boss Michael Henke will take charge for the visitors, who will be assisted by player manager Klaus Augenthaler - the former Bayern defender who played at the club for 15 years and went on to be assistant manager under five different coaches. You can see the full lists of United and Bayern Munich players in our separate 'squads confirmed' article.
HOW TO DONATE?
If you would like to make a donation to support Manchester United Foundation's vital work with young people in Greater Manchester, then a text message of Treble5 to 70233 will donate £5. Online donations can be made via bt.com/trebledonate.