Borussia Dortmund is poised to challenge Real Madrid's dominance in the Champions League finals at Wembley this weekend, according to coach Edin Terzic.

Real Madrid has an impeccable track record in the Champions League, winning all eight finals since the competition replaced the European Cup in 1992. Their total of 14 European crowns, including five Champions League titles in the last decade, is a testament to their formidable prowess.

Terzic emphasized the potential to rewrite history, acknowledging the need for an exceptional performance from Dortmund. He asserted, "We must foster the conviction that we can accomplish remarkable feats and spare no effort to bring the coveted trophy back to Dortmund after a prolonged hiatus."

Dortmund's previous Champions League victory in 1997 and their subsequent runner-up finish in 2013 against Bayern Munich underscore their storied legacy in the competition.

The coach highlighted the significance of overcoming formidable opponents, stating, "To claim the Champions League title, we must overcome the reigning champions. We are now confronting the ultimate champions." He emphasized the need to focus on the upcoming match and break Real Madrid's formidable winning streak.

Despite finishing fifth in the Bundesliga this season and narrowly securing their spot in the next Champions League, Dortmund's resilience shone through. Their title contention in the previous season, despite narrowly missing out on the trophy, contributed to their growth and success in the current season.

Terzic acknowledged the fans' unwavering support, expressing, "Our journey to London is intertwined with the loyalty and fervor of our fans. Their enduring support, particularly following the bitter disappointment in the final matchday last year, fuels our motivation to reciprocate their dedication. We anticipate the opportunity to celebrate together."