Mark Clattenburg from County Durham has been appointed by UEFA to referee the Champions League final between Real Madrid and city rivals Atletico at the San Siro in Milan.
The 41-year-old from Consett officiated at the semi-final first leg between Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munchen.
Clattenburg, who has been an international referee since 2007 and will take charge of this season's FA Cup final on May 21, will be assisted by fellow Englishmen Simon Beck and Jake Collin in Milan.
UEFA confirmed the fourth official for the showpiece European tie on May 28 will be Hungarian Viktor Kassai, while the two additional assistant referees Anthony Taylor and Andre Marriner are also both from England.
Newcastle United will have the chance to qualify for next season's Champions League when they face Everton on Sunday.
The Magpies need to win at Goodison Park, and are relying on either Arsenal or Tottenham to drop points in their games with West Brom and Fulham.
If Alan Pardew's men finish in the Premier League's top four, it would be their first Champions League appearance for over ten years.
Here's a look back at some of the highlights of Newcastle's previous Champions League campaigns.
Here's some of the highlights of Peter Lovenkrands' career to date.
The Denmark international scored for Rangers against Villarreal in the Champions League knock-out phase in February 2006.
He also grabbed a hat trick in Newcastle United's 3-0 FA Cup win over Plymouth Argyle in January 2010.