Real Madrid take on Juventus in the final in Bale’s hometown of Cardiff on Saturday (7.45pm).
Should Los Blancos win, it will be their 12th European title and Bale will collect his third Champions League winners’ medal.
The 27-year-old co-owns a bar in the city centre (Elevens Bar & Grill) and that seems to be a suitable party spot.
When asked how he would celebrate if his side win the Champions League, he said: “I know where I'd want to celebrate.
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Gareth Bale has a place in mind to celebrate if Real Madrid win the Champions League
Take the team back to Elevens Bar & Grill and have a few beers
“Take the team back to Elevens Bar & Grill and have a few beers.”
Murals have even popped up of Cardiff’s prodigal son.
And Bale admits it feels a bit ‘strange’.
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Gareth Bale would love to win the Champions League on home soil
“It's a bit strange obviously. Growing up in Cardiff and just being a normal Cardiff boy… then seeing massive drawings on walls in the street of you.”
Juventus meanwhile, will be desperate to get their hands on Europe’s biggest prize after their defeat in the final to Barcelona two years ago.
They have lost six of the eight European finals they have contested.