The game comes at an exciting time for both teams, with RB Leipzig pushing for a top-four finish in the Bundesliga and Eintracht Frankfurt enjoying a resurgence under new head coach Adi Hütter.
RB Leipzig, founded just ten years ago, have quickly risen through the ranks of German football to become a major force. They have reached the DFB Cup final this year on the back of some stunning performances, including a 3-1 win over Bayern Munich in the semi-finals.
Their attacking trio of Timo Werner, Yussuf Poulsen, and Emil Forsberg has been instrumental in their success this season. Werner, in particular, has been a revelation, scoring 16 goals in the Bundesliga and four in the DFB Cup. He will be crucial to Leipzig's chances of lifting their first-ever major trophy on Saturday.
Standing in their way is Eintracht Frankfurt, a team that have experienced a remarkable turnaround under Hütter. After a disappointing start to the season, Frankfurt have gone on a run of form that has seen them climb into the top half of the table and reach the final of the DFB Cup.
Their attacking play has been a key factor in their success, with Luka Jović and Sébastien Haller forming a deadly partnership up front. Jović, in particular, has been a revelation this season, scoring 17 goals in the Bundesliga and seven in the DFB Cup.
Despite their attacking prowess, Frankfurt will have to be careful not to leave themselves exposed at the back. RB Leipzig have a strong defense, led by the impressive Dayot Upamecano, and will be looking to hit Frankfurt on the counter-attack.
The DFB Cup final promises to be an exciting game, with two talented teams going head-to-head for the chance to lift the second most important trophy in German football. For RB Leipzig, it is a chance to make history and establish themselves as a major force in the German game. For Eintracht Frankfurt, it is a chance to cap off a remarkable season with some silverware.
Whatever the result, the fans in Berlin are in for a treat on Saturday.