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Champions League Final Tickets
Looking for UEFA Champions League final tickets, 6 June 2015 in Berlin? Real Madrid is the defending champion having beaten rival Atletico Madrid in last year's final match. Ticket details for this year's premier club football tournament final at Olympiastadion are listed here.
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Champions League Final News
UEFA Champions League team of the week
(Thu, 26 Nov 2015 17:00:00 GMT)
A returning Barcelona hero, three London-based players and an unlikely goalkeeper all made it into UEFA.com's UEFA Champions League team of the week.
Champions League matchday five on Twitter
(Thu, 26 Nov 2015 16:30:00 GMT)
A breathless week of UEFA Champions League football had the likes of Gary Lineker, Tinchy Stryder and Juan Mata purring, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic made a big impression.
Champions League matchday five facts and figures
(Thu, 26 Nov 2015 16:30:00 GMT)
UEFA.com crunches the numbers from the penultimate round of group games, with Zenit having perfection in sight and Cristiano Ronaldo staying clear of Lionel Messi.
Rosenberg, Brorsson, Di María on Ibrahimovic
(Thu, 26 Nov 2015 08:00:00 GMT)
Once a Malmö colleague of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Markus Rosenberg hailed his former team-mate after Paris Saint-Germain's 5-0 win on the Sweden captain's homecoming.
Rooney: United lacked composure against PSV
(Thu, 26 Nov 2015 07:26:00 GMT)
"It was a lack of composure more than quality," mused Wayne Rooney after Manchester United drew 0-0 with PSV Eindhoven, Davy Pröpper saying the visitors got their tactics right.
Champions League Final History
Champions League History
Europe's premier club competition was launched one month after UEFA's first Congress, held in Vienna on 2 March 1955 yet, curiously, the so-called "European Cup" was not a UEFA initiative.
Whereas many of UEFA's founder members were more interested in establishing a national team competition, the French sports daily L'Equipe and their then-editor Gabriel Hanot, were championing the cause for a European-wide club competition. Hanot, together with colleague Jacques Ferran, designed a blueprint for a challenge tournament to be played on Wednesdays under floodlights.
The tournament initiated by L'Equipe did not stipulate that the participating teams had to be champions of their country, but they invited clubs who they considered had the most fan appeal. Representatives of 16 clubs were invited to meetings on 2 and 3 April 1955 and the L'Equipe rules were unanimously approved. The first European Champions Clubs' Cup fixture was played in Lisbon and Sporting Clube de Portugal were held to a 3-3 draw by FK Partizan. The Yugoslav side won the return leg in Belgrade 5-2 to advance to the next round.
Real Madrid CF immediately made the tournament their own by winning the first five finals. Since then, other clubs have also enjoyed fruitful runs in the competition with AFC Ajax and FC Bayern MÃ¼nchen both completing three consecutive wins. However, no one club has been able to claim long-term domination. Ajax waited 22 years to add a fourth title to the hat-trick obtained in the early 1970s; Madrid's win in 1998 was their first in 32 years; and Bayern's penalty shoot-out success in Milan in 2001 ended a 26-year wait for their fourth success.
Liverpool FC's four victories between 1977 and 1984 deserve special mention as the English club won its four trophies with essentially different teams. The Reds' European pedigree shone brightly again in 2005 when they battled back from 3-0 down to defeat AC Milan on penalties in what was perhaps the competition's most exciting and memorable final.
Real Madrid CF have been the most successful side in the UEFA Champions League, winning the competition three times. They are also the most successful side overall with nine triumphs, followed by six for AC Milan, five for Liverpool and four each for Bayern and Ajax. Madrid also hold the record for final appearances, with 12. Milan's 2002/03 success came after a marathon 19 games from the third qualifying round of the competition all the way to their penalty shoot-out success against Juventus FC in the final.
The major turning point in the evolution of the competition came in the 1992/93 season when the UEFA Champions League, involving a group phase in addition to the traditional knock-out elements, was officially inaugurated after a pilot group stage during the previous season. The popularity of the group phase has witnessed the competition grow from eight to 32 teams with matches taking place on Tuesdays and Wednesdays across Europe.