Black Eyed Peas will perform at the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday.

UEFA announced on Tuesday that the group will perform at the opening ceremony.

Gianluigi Buffon could become the oldest player to win the UEFA Champions League if Juventus triumph in Cardiff, eclipsing Paolo Maldini, who won the last of his five titles in 2007.

The Italian goalkeeper and Juventus captain is already the fifth oldest player to appear in the match, having featured in the Bianconeri's 3-1 defeat by Barcelona in 2015, aged 37 years, 129 days.

However, two years on Buffon – who will be 39 years, 126 days old on the day of the final – can surpass another Italian great, Maldini, should he captain Juve to glory at the National Stadium of Wales.

Maldini was aged 38 years, 331 days when he skippered AC Milan to victory against Liverpool in the 2007 final, the defender's fifth triumph in the competition.