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The 1959-1960 Champions League final holds a lot of records in this amazing cup tournament. The attendance record out of this match is 127,621. This match was played at Hampden Park and it’s of course before all the safety regulations changed the football football. Another record is the number of goals by one team. Real Madrid scored 7 goals against Eintracht Frankfurt. The number two on this list is Benfica with 5 goals in one CL final. This match also holds the record for the most goals combined. Real Madrid won with 7-3. With 10 goals in the final they scored two goals more than Benfica and Real Madrid in 1962 in Amsterdam.
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Champions League Final
After many months of fierce combat that begins mid-July amongst the top elite soccer clubs in Europe, the Champions League Final winner is decided in a single match. The 2018 edition of the Champions League Final clash will take place at NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine on Saturday May 26. The Champions League competition, also known as the European Cup that began in 1956 is Europe’s most important and prestigious tournament. The UEFA Champions League tournament starts with three knock-out stages and a play-off stage. The winning clubs go on to the group stage where the 32 clubs are drawn into eight groups of four teams. The group winners and runners-up teams then progress to the knockout stage the ends with the thrilling final battle in May. The European Cup champions then go on to play the winner of the UEFA Europa League Cup in the UEFA Super Cup and enters the semi-finals of the FIFA Club World Cup.
Champions League winners
Real Madrid are the Kings of European football. Clubs that have lifted the Champions League trophy the most times in order are 1 Real Madrid; 2 FC Barcelona; 3 Manchester United; 4 Bayern Munich; 5 AC Milan; 6 Arsenal; 7 Chelsea; 8 Juventus; 9 FC Porto; 10 Internazionale Milano. Some memorable fixtures in the history of the Champions League Cup Final showpiece are Real Madrid’s 7-3 win over Eintracht Frankfurt in 1960 and AC Milan’s 4-0 defeat of FC Barcelona in 1994.
Champions League Final Fixtures 2001 to 2018
2001 Bayern Munich 1-1 Valencia at San Siro, Milan
2002 Real Madrid 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen at Hampden Park, Glasgow
2003 Milan 0-0 Juventus at Old Trafford, Manchester
2004 Porto 3-0 AS Monaco at Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
2005 Liverpool 3-3 Milan Ataturk at Olympic Stadium, Istanbul
2006 Barcelona 2-1 Arsenal at Stade de France, Saint Denis
2007 Milan 2-1 Liverpool at Olympic Stadium, Athens
2008 Manchester United 1-1 Chelsea at Luzhniki Stadium Moscow
2009 Barcelona 2-0 Manchester United at Stadio Olimpico, Rome
2010 Internazionale 2-0 Bayern Munich at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid
2011 Barcelona 3-1 Manchester United at Wembley Stadium, London
2012 Chelsea 1-1 Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena, Munich
2013 Bayern Munich 2-1 Borussia Dortmund at Wembley Stadium, London
2014 Real Madrid 4-1 Atletico Madrid at Estadio da Luz, Lisbon
2015 FC Barcelona 3-1 Juventus at Olympiastadion, Berlin
2016 Real Madrid 1-1 Atletico Madrid at San Siro, Milan
2017 Real Madrid 4-1 Juventus at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
2018 Liverpool versus Real Madrid at NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium, Kiev
2017-2018 final contenders: Real Madrid and Liverpool
The Champions League is filled with strong teams with the ambition to win the trophy. The usual suspects were of course titleholder Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus and Bayern Munich. But there is an outsider in the final this year. Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool managed to get through to the final after an outstanding run in the Champions League. Order your tickets for all the Champions League final Real Madrid v Liverpool securely on Livefootballtickets.com.
Update April 2018
There are four more teams left in this tournament. Liverpool and As Roma play for one final ticket. Real Madrid and Bayern Munich play for the other ticket. Two of these teams will end up playing the final on the 26th of May. At least one of the teams in the final will be a surpise, as nobody expected to see either Liverpool or As Roma in the final this season. Both teams played an outstanding tournament and will decide which of these teams will play the final. Bayern Munich versus Real Madrid is going to be a final worthy semi-final clash. Both teams belong to the top of Europe and want to get that place in the final.
Update May 2018
Real Madrid is the first team to qualify for the finals. This is going to be their third Champions League final in a row. Can they win it for the fourth time in five years? The other finalist is Liverpool. The Reds from the Merseyside managed to beat AS Roma in the semi-final. After winning 5-2 at home, the 4-2 defeat in Rome was just enough for Liverpool to go through to the final. It's going to be their first final since that crazy final in 2005. Is this going to be another final like th 2005 edition? Be sure to be there with the best Liverpool v Real Madrid Champions League final tickets.
Real Madrid's road to the final
Real Madrid had a tough journey on their road to the final in Kyiv. They weren't as invincible as they were in the past few years. This is their road to the final:
- Real Madrid v Apoel Nicosia 3-0 (Group stage)
- Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid 1-3 (Group stage)
- Real Madrid v Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 (Group stage)
- Tottenham Hotspur v Real Madrid 3-1 (Group stage)
- Apoel Nicosia v Real Madrid 0-6 (Group stage)
- Real Madrid v Borussia Dortmund 3-2 (Group stage)
- Real Madrid v Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 (Round of 32)
- Paris Saint-Germain v Real Madrid 1-2 (Round of 32)
- Juventus v Real Madrid 0-3 (Quarter final)
- Real Madrid v Juventus 1-3 (Quarter final)
- Bayern Munich v Real Madrid 1-2 (Semi final)
- Real Madrid v Bayern Munich 2-2 (Semi final)
Liverpool's road to the final
Liverpool managed to beat some top quality sides on their road to the final. They performed amazing during this season, the Reds even set a new record for scoring the most goal in one Champions League season. This is their road to the final:
- 1899 Hoffenheim v Liverpool 1-2 (Qualification Round)
- Liverpool v 1899 Hoffenheim 4-2 (Group stage)
- Liverpool v Sevilla 2-2 (Group stage)
- Spartak Moskva v Liverpool 1-1 (Group stage)
- NK Maribor v Liverpool 0-7 (Group stage)
- Liverpool v NK Maribor 3-0 (Group stage)
- Sevilla v Liverpool 3-3 (Group stage)
- Liverpool v Spartak Moskva 7-0 (Group stage)
- Porto v Liverpool 0-5 (Round of 32)
- Liverpool v Porto 0-0 (Round of 32)
- Liverpool v Manchester City 3-0 (Quarter final)
- Manchester City v Liverpool 1-2 (Quarter final)
- Liverpool v AS Roma 5-2 (Semi final)
- AS Roma v Liverpool 4-2 (Semi final)