The UEFA Champions League (shortened as UCL, or at times, UEFA CL) is a yearly club football rivalry coordinated by the Association of European Football Affiliations (UEFA) and challenged by top-division European clubs, concluding the opposition victors through a cooperative gathering stage to meet all requirements for a twofold legged knockout configuration and a solitary leg last. It is one of the loftiest football competitions on the planet and the most esteemed club rivalry in European football, played by the public association champions (and, for certain countries, at least one sprinters up) of their public affiliations.

Presented in 1955 as the Car des Clubs Champions Européens (French for European Top dog Clubs’ Cup), and usually known as the European Cup, it was at first a straight knockout competition open just to the bosses of Europe’s homegrown associations, with its victor figured as the European club champion. The opposition took on its ebb and flow name in 1992, adding a cooperative gathering stage in 1991 and permitting numerous participants from specific nations since the 1997-98 season. It has since been extended and keeping in mind that a large portion of Europe’s public associations can in any case just enter their boss, the most grounded associations currently give up to four teams. Clubs that complete next-in-line in their public association, having not qualified for the Heroes Association, are qualified for the second-level UEFA Europa Association contest, and from 2021, groups not qualified for the UEFA Europa Association meet all requirements for the third-level UEFA Europa Gathering League.

In its current organization, the Bosses Association starts in late June with a fundamental cycle, three qualifyings adjustments, and a play-off round, all played more than two legs. The six enduring groups enter the gathering stage, joining 26 groups who qualified ahead of time. The 32 groups are brought into eight gatherings of four groups and play each other in a twofold cooperative framework. The eight gathering victors and eight other participants continue to the knockout stage that comes full circle with the last match in late May or early June. The champ of the Heroes Association meets all requirements for the next year’s Bosse’s Association, the UEFA Super Cup, and the FIFA Club World Cup.

Spanish clubs have the biggest number of triumphs (19 successes), trailed by Britain (14 successes) and Italy (12 successes). Britain has the biggest number of winning groups, with five clubs having brought home the championship. The opposition has been won by 22 clubs, 13 of which have won it at least a couple of times, and eight effectively protected their title. Genuine Madrid is the best club in the competition’s set of experiences, having won it multiple times, including the initial five seasons and furthermore five of the last nine. Only one club has won all of their matches in a solitary competition on the way to the competition triumph: Bayern Munich [Highlights] in the 2019-20 season. Genuine Madrid is the flow European hero, having beaten Liverpool [Highlights] 1-0 in 2022 last.

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Champions League
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01 November 2022
02/01/2023
Montpellier
1
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3
PSG
Ligue 1 Ligue 1
02/01/2023
Toulouse
4
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1
Troyes
Ligue 1 Ligue 1
02/01/2023
Lille
0
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0
Clermont
Ligue 1 Ligue 1
02/01/2023
Nantes
0
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2
Marseille
Ligue 1 Ligue 1
01/29/2023
Napoli
2
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1
Roma
Serie A Serie A
01/29/2023
Celta Vigo
1
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0
Athletic Bilbao
LaLiga LaLiga
01/29/2023
Osasuna
0
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1
Atletico Madrid
LaLiga LaLiga
01/29/2023
Bayer Leverkusen
0
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2
Dortmund
Bundesliga Bundesliga
01/29/2023
Lazio
1
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1
Fiorentina
Serie A Serie A