The Reds knocked out Premier League champions Manchester City and then Roma to secure a place in the showpiece Champions League final at the Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev.
In Real Madrid, however, Klopp's men face a club looking to become the first to win the European Cup for three seasons in a row since Bayern Munich in 1976.
Victory in Kiev would, though, give Liverpool a sixth European crown - and Klopp is relishing the challenge ahead.
"We feel really good. It has been a very exciting journey so far. Now we want to bring it to the best possible end," the German coach said.
"They are more experienced - that is a fact. Experience is important in life, but it is not the only thing.
"You can level it with desire, attitude and work-rate - and that is why I love football."
Punters looking to use a free bet might fancy Liverpool to come out on top with Player of the Year Mo Salah getting amongst the goals to bring down Los Blancos.