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UEFA Champions League: History, Records, Format

UEFA Champions League: History, Records, Format

UEFA Champions League: History, Records, Format

The UEFA Champions League is an annual club football competition organized by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). And contested by top-division European clubs. But it is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world and the most prestigious club competition in European football. UEFA Champions League: History, Records, Format

UEFA Champions League: History, Records, Format

Champions League: History, Records, Format

The UEFA Champions League began in 1955 as a competition for national champions. But is now open to any club from the top 30 associations ranked by UEFA’s league coefficient. Clubs qualify for the tournament based on their performance in national competitions and cup competitions.

The UEFA Champions League final is the showpiece finale of the domestic season and determines, but which team will hold the European Champion Clubs’ Cup at the end of the season.

History

The final has been held annually at a variety of venues. Including Heysel Stadium in Belgium (1958), Hampden Park in Scotland (1960), Wembley Stadium in England (1966), Stadio Olimpico in Italy (1968, 1970, 1972), Olympic Stadium in Munich (1974), Stadio San Nicola in Bari (1977), Parc des Princes France) Paris) 1980.

UEFA Champions League: History, Records, Format

Champions League: History, Records, Format

The tournament is contested by top-tier European clubs. But with a total of 192 teams from 53 countries participating in this year’s edition.

The format of the UEFA Champions League has changed over time, but have its rules. But the current format includes four rounds before reaching a final, but two qualifying rounds and two knockout rounds.

 

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