UEFA have confirmed that English referee Howard Webb will take charge of Saturday's Champions League final in Madrid between Jose Mourinho's Inter and Bayern Munich.
Webb, a former police officer from Rotherham, South Yorskhire, is going to the World Cup as England's referee this summer.
"The match will be handled by 38-year-old English referee Howard Melton Webb, who has been an international referee since 2005 and has officiated in total 47 UEFA matches in his refereeing career," a UEFA statement reads.
"Webb has handled 19 UEFA Champions League matches in total, and six in the current season. Among others, he officiated at the quarter-final first leg between Inter Milan and CSKA Moscow in Milan and at the group stage match between Dynamo Kiev and Barcelona in Kyiv.
"He also officiated at the semi-final first leg of the UEFA Cup 2008/09 between Werder Bremen and Hamburg in Bremen.
"Webb has also been appointed for several prestigious national team matches, including two Euro2008 matches and three FIFA World Cup 2010 qualifying matches.
"At the final in Madrid, Webb will be assisted by his fellow countrymen Michael Mullarkey and Darren Cann. The fourth official will be Martin Atkinson, also from England."