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Past winners
    2020/21 Real Madrid - Liverpool 1-0
Vinícius Junior’s goal saw Real Madrid extend its record for victories in European soccer’s biggest game. The final’s kickoff was delayed more than 30 minutes because of chaotic scenes at the overcrowded stadium gates.
Deep down, Real Madrids run to the Champions League final was a dream of stirring comebacks and insurmountable odds and impossible triumphs.
Liverpool where again beaten, this time after a single goal from Vincius junior in the 59`minute.
    2020/21 Chelsea - Man.City 1-0
Chelsea won the Champions League after battling it out in front of thousands of English fans in Porto, Portugal.

The blue`s 1-0 victory signaled a bitter blow for Manchester City, with the club having never won European club football's top prize. The west London club had led at half-time after a 42nd-minute goal from Kai Havertz, and was able to hang on despite City peppering their goal with shots in the dying minutes of the game. Chelseas Ngolo Kante (pictured) was named the finals "man of the match"
  2019/20 Bayern München - Paris SG 1-0
Unexpectedly, it wasn't Robert Lewandowski, Kylian Mbappe or Neymar who was the match-winner, it was 'The King' .

Kingsley Coman - a man who has won a league title in all eight seasons as a first-team player - headed the only goal for Bayern to leave him as the only Parisian celebrating in Lisbon.

"This is an extraordinary feeling," he said. "I feel a lot of joy, but also sadness for Paris. It hurts my heart a bit even though I am 100% Bayern."
  2018/19 Liverpool - Tottenham 2-0
It was Mohamed Salah who set Liverpool on their way with a penalty after two minutes when Moussa Sissoko was contentiously punished for handball.
Spurs had chances but were denied by Liverpool keeper Alisson, who saved well from Son Heung-min, Lucas Moura and Christian Eriksen.
And their failure to capitalise was ruthlessly punished when substitute Divock Origi ensured manager Jurgen Klopp won his first trophy as Liverpool manager by driving low and powerfully past Hugo Lloris with three minutes left. This was Liverpools 6th title.
  2017/18 R.Madrid - Liverpool 3-1
Six minutes after half-time, the German inexplicably threw the ball against Karim Benzema, who was not even challenging with urgency, and watched in horror as the ball rolled behind him into the net.

Liverpool recovered from the shock to equalise through Sadio Mane before Bale stepped off the bench to score his wonder goal.
There was to be no comeback from Liverpool this time as Bale's hopeful 30-yard shot behind him to seal Real's win. It sealed Real's record 13th win in this competition
  2016/17 R.Madrid - A.Madrid 1-1 (Real wins pen)
Real Madrid became the first team to retain the UEFA Champions League, and Cristiano Ronaldo the first player to score in three finals, with a devastating 4-1 defeat of Juventus. Juventus might have lost their four previous UEFA Champions League finals – including 2015 – but they started full of confidence with a good spell. However, this was Reals nigth once again. Two from Ronaldo, one each from Casemiro and Asensio made sure that Mandzukic`s goal never became anything than a consolation goal.
  2015/16 R.Madrid - 1-1 (Real wins pen)
From Telegraph:
Barcelona after 120 minutes of football and eight penalties, Cristiano Ronaldo put the ball on the spot and lashed the fifth out of five for Real Madrid to claim their 11th European title.

And so Ronaldo and Real put to bed the hopes and dreams of poor old Atletico, left broken-hearted again after the club’s third European Cup final defeat.
Goalscorers in the game itself was Ramos with 1-0 for Real and Carrasco with 1-1 for Atletico.
  2014/15 Barcelona - Juventus 3-1
From BBC:
Barcelona claimed their third Champions League in six years as the brilliance of their attacking trident proved too much for the brave challenge of Juventus in Berlin's Olympic Stadium.
In a thrilling spectacle, and with both Barcelona and Juventus attempting to claim a treble after winning domestic league and cup competitions, it was Luis Enrique's side that eventually came out on top.
Goals from Suarez, Raktic and Neymar calaimed the victory. Juventus goal was scored by Morata.
  2013/14 Real Madrid - Atletico Madrid 4-1 A.E.T.
Real Madrid became the champions of Europe for a record 10th time after a dramatic 4-1 victory over city rivals Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final in Lisbon. Twelve years and over a billion pounds spent on players since they won their ninth European crown, Real have “La Decima” they desperately craved thanks to an injury time goal by Sergio Ramos before Gareth Bale turned the match in extra time in Lisbon’s Estadio da Luz. Substitute Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo (from the penalty spot) then each scored in the 117th and 120th minutes to clinch the victory.
  2012/13 B.Münich - Bor Dor 2-1
Bayern Munich defeated Borussia Dortmund 2-1
to win soccer’s Champions League for the fifth time. Arjen Robben’s goal in the 89th minute at Wembley Stadium in London gave Bayern its first title since
2001 in Europe’s elite club competition. The German
champion had lost in the final twice in the past three seasons. Bayern’s Mario Mandzukic opened the
scoring in the 60th minute and Ilkay Gundogan tied
it eight minutes later with a penalty kick.
  2011/12 B.Münich - Chelsea 1-1 aet. 3-4 pen.
With two minutes to go and Chelsea down 1-0 to
the German team in its home stadium, Drogba
soared high from a corner to head home the
equalizer and force 30 minutes of extra time,
which ended 1-1. When it was still level after four
penalty kicks each, the 34-year-old from Ivory Coast
who makes a habit of scoring crucial goals did so
again, sliding home the winner and giving Chelsea
its first Champions League title.
  2010/11 Barcelona - Manchester United 3-1
There was no repeat of 1968 Wembley euphoria for
Manchester United in their bid to lift a fourth European
Cup, just an unwelcome reminder of how it felt to be
outplayed in 2009. Once again, United could not get
enough of the ball to do themselves justice, once again
their most experienced players were unable to impose
themselves and for a second time in three seasons,
Barcelona did almost exactly as they pleased.
  2009/10 Inter Milano - Bayern Münich 2-0
The Dutch master was bettered by his pupil Saturday
when Jose Mourinho's Inter Milan strolled to a
comfortable 2-0 victory in the Champions League finalover a weak Bayern Munich team coached by his
one-time boss Louis van Gaal. Argentina's Diego Milito
scored twice, once in each half, as Inter Milan squeezed
the life out of a hesitant Bayern team to end a 45-year
wait for its third title.
  2008/09 Barcelona - Manchester United 2-0
Barcelona opened the scoring early through Samuel
Eto'o in the 10th minute, and Lionel Messi added
another goal 20 minutes from the end to give Barcelona
a 2–0 victory and an historic treble of La Liga, Copa del
Rey and ChampionsLeague. This was Barcelona's third
victory in the competition, 17 years after they first won the
European Cup in 1992.
  2007/08 Manchester United -Chelsea 1-1
(United win 5-4 on penalties)

Sir Alex Ferguson said "fate had played its hand" after
his Manchester United side defeated Chelsea FC 6-5
on penalties after a 1-1 draw to win the 2007/08 Champions League. Ronaldo gave United a 1-0 lead,
but Lampard struck back to give Chelsea the draw.
The extra time was goalless and United won the
cup after a dramatic penalty shoot-out.
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  2006/07 AC Milan - Liverpool 2-1
As Carlo Ancelotti faced the press after AC Milan had
defeated Liverpool2-1 to win the UEFA Champions League in Athens it was clear the Rossoneri
coach had completed his own personal odyssey.
The journey had been long and arduous, but for the
47-year-old the fact the destination was so unexpected
made it all the sweeter.
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  2005/06 Barcelona - Arsenal 2-1
Arsenal took the lead through Sol Campbell eight
minutes before half-time  and an improbable victory
began to look increasingly likely as the second
half wore on. In his last match for the club, though,
veteran striker Henrik Larsson turned the course of the
match after coming on on the hour mark,  creating goals
for first Eto'o then Juliano Belletti as the Catalan side
fought back to win.
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  2004/05 Liverpool - AC Milan 3-3
(Liverpool win on penalties)
Liverpool FC returned to the top of European football in
thrilling style with a remarkable Champions League final
victory against AC Milan. Trailing 3-0 at half-time in
Istanbul, Rafael Benítez's side stormed back in the
second half with three goals in seven minutes to set up
a dramatic penalty shoot-out triumph.
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  2003/04 Porto - Monaco 3-0
FC Porto followed up their 2003 UEFA Cup success
by winning the UEFA Champions League in 2004 with
a 3-0 victory against AS Monaco FC  in Gelsenkirchen.
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  2002/03 AC Milan - Juventus 0-0
win on penalties)
The 2002/03 UEFA Champions League was dominated
by Italy with  three Serie A sides reaching the semi-finals.
AC Milan, FC Internazionale Milano and Juventus FC all
had strong claims to the title, but it was the Rossoneri
who emerged victorious at Old Trafford.

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  2001/02 Real Madrid - Bayer Leverkusen 2-1
Seventy-two teams. One hundred and ninety-seven
games. Ten months. One winner. The long and winding
road to Glasgow took its toll. But for Real Madrid the
journey was well worth the while. The reward for
Vicente del Bosque's men was a third uefa Champions
League  success, adding to their wins in 98 and 00.
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  2000/01 Bayern München - Valencia 1-1
win on penalties)
Twenty-five years on from their last European Champion
Clubs' Cup success, FC Bayern München were at it
again, lifting the trophy  for a fourth time after a penalties
win over Valencia CF.
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  1999/00 Real Madrid -Valencia 3-0
Valencia enjoyed a 4-1 drubbing of Barcelona before
confirming their  place at the Stade de France with a
narrow 2-1 loss at Camp Nou. In hindsight, it was the
least Héctor Cúper's side deserved. For they were
not their usual exuberant selves in the final and Madrid
took full advantage with goals from Fernando Morientes,
Steve McManaman and Raúl González.

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  1998/99 Manchester United - Bayern München 2-1
Mario Basler scored the first goal of the Camp Nou final.
But then a miracle happened. United scored twice in the
dying seconds, through substitutes Teddy Sheringham
and Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, to add the European Champion  Clubs' Cup to their FA Premiership/FA Cup
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  1997/98 Real Madrid - Juventus 1-0
Most clubs would be happy with one European
Champion Clubs' Cup. But not Real Madrid CF.
Six times winners of the competition, the last in 1966,
the Merengues had been frustrated in their quest for
a seventh. That all changed in 1997/98, however, to the
delight of traditionalists everywhere.

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  1996/97 Borussia Dortmund -J uventus 3-1
The final followed the same pattern as its two previous
editions, with  defeat for the holders. Karl-Heinz Riedle
scored twice in the first half,  Lars Ricken once in the
second, making Del Piero's late strike nothing more
than a consolation
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  1995/96 Juventus - Ajax 1-1
win on penalties)
"We have waited a long time. We never really considered
1985 as a  victory because of Heysel." Juventus official
Roberto Bettega was in no doubt as to the significance
of the club's UEFA Champions League success of
1995/96. Their win against AFC Ajax in Rome was a
"real" European Champion Clubs' Cup triumph, the
one against Liverpool FC eleven years earlier an empty
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  1994/95 Ajax - AC Milan 1-0
Louis van Gaal's talented tyros (average age 23) were
to follow in the footsteps of Cruyff and Co, but  they 
would have to overcome Milan a third time.
The Rossoneri's class and experience had been too
much for Benfica and PSG in the knockout phase - yet
the elder statesmen were found wanting in the Vienna
final. Worn down by Ajax's young legs, they eventually
succumbed to a late goal by substitute Patrick Kluivert.
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  1993/94 AC Milan - Barcelona 4-0
Fabio Capello's side made light of the handicap, their
glorious 4-0  victory over the Catalan side in Athens
giving credibility to the new-look competition.
After all the talk of facelifts, here was a team to raise the
spirits. Daniele Massaro gave the Rossoneri a 2-0 lead
which star men Dejan Savicevic and Marcel Desailly
added to in the second half.
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  1992/93 Olympic Marseille - Juventus 1-0
Marseille was champions,
That was the good news;
the bad came weeks later. Marseille, it emerged, had
fixed their title-clinching Division 1 game against ASOA
Valence-Clime so they could concentrate on the Milan
tie. Soon the ripples of corruption were a tsunami of
shame, with  Marseille stripped of Le Championnat,
relegated, and barred from  defending the cup.

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All finals :

 2020; Bayern Münich - Paris SG 1-0
 2019; Liverpool 2-0 Tottenham
 2018; Real Madrid 3-1 Liverpool
 2017; Real Madrid 4-1 Juventus
 2016; Real Madrid 1-1 Atletico Madrid (Real win after penalties 5-4)
 2015; Barcelona 3-1 Juventus
 2014; Real Madrid 4-1 Atletico Madrid
 2013; Bayern Münich 2-1 Borussia Dortmund
 2012; Chelsea 1-1 Bayern Münich  (Chelsea wins 4-3 on penalties)
 2011; Barcelona 3-1 Manchester United 3-1
 2010: Inter 2-0 Bayern Münich
 2009; Barcelona 2-0 Manchester United
 2008: Manchester United 1-1 Chelsea (United won 5-4 on penalties)
 2007: AC Milan 2-1 Liverpool
 2006: Barcelona 2-1 Arsenal
 2005: Liverpool 3-3 AC Milan (Liverpool won 3-2 on penalties)
 2004: FC Porto 3 - 0 A.S. Monaco
 2003: AC Milan 0 - 0 Juventus (AC Milan won 3-2 on penalties)
 2002: Real Madrid 2 - 1 Bayer Leverkusen
 2001: Bayern Munich 1 - 1 Valencia (Bayern won 5-4 on penalties)
 2000: Real Madrid 3 - 0 Valencia
 1999: Manchester United 2 - 1 Bayern Munich
 1998: Real Madrid 1 - 0 Juventus
 1997: Borussia Dortmund 3 - 1 Juventus
 1996: Juventus 1 - 1 Ajax (Juventus won 4 - 2 on penalites)
 1995: Ajax 1 - 0 AC Milan
 1994: AC Milan 4 - 0 Barcelona
 1993: Ol. Marseilles 1 - 0 AC Milan
 1992: Barcelona 1 - 0 Sampdoria (aet)
 1991: Red Star Belgrade 0 - 0 Marseille (Red Star won 5 - 3 on penalties)
 1990: AC Milan 1 - 0 Benfica
 1989: AC Milan 4 - 0 Steaua Bucharest
 1988: PSV Eindhoven 0 - 0 Benfica (PSV won 6 - 5 on penalties)
 1987: Porto 2 - 1 Bayern Munich
 1986: Steaua Bucharest 0 - 0 Barcelona (Steaua won 2 - 0 on penalties)
 1985: Juventus 1 - 0 Liverpool  The Heysel disaster
 1984: Liverpool 1 - 1 Roma (aet, Liverpool won 4 - 2 on penalties)
 1983: Hamburg 1 - 0 Juventus
 1982: Aston Villa 1 - 0 Bayern Munich
 1981: Liverpool 1 - 0 Real Madrid
 1980: Nottingham Forest 1 - 0 Hamburg
 1979: Nottingham Forest 1 - 0 Malmo
 1978: Liverpool 1 - 0 Brugge
 1977: Liverpool 3 - 1 Borussia M'chengladbach
 1976: Bayern Munich 1 - 0 St Etienne
 1975: Bayern Munich 2 - 0 Leeds United
 1974: Bayern Munich 4 - 0 Atletico Madrid (replay, after 1-1 draw)
 1973: Ajax 1 - 0 Juventus
 1972: Ajax 2 - 0 Inter Milan
 1971: Ajax 2 - 0 Panathinaikos
 1970: Feyenoord 2 - 1 Celtic (aet)
 1969: AC Milan 4 - 1 Ajax
 1968: Manchester United 4 - 1 Benfica (aet)
 1967: Celtic 2 - 1 Inter Milan
 1966: Real Madrid 2 - 1 Partizan Belgrade
 1965: Inter Milan 1 - 0 Benfica
 1964: Inter Milan 3 - 1 Real Madrid
 1963: AC Milan 2 - 1 Benfica
 1962: Benfica 5 - 3 Real Madrid
 1961: Benfica 3 - 2 Barcelona
 1960: Real Madrid 7 - 3 Eintracht Frankfurt
 1959: Real Madrid 2 - 0 Reims
 1958: Real Madrid 3 - 2 AC Milan (aet)
 1957: Real Madrid 2 - 0 Fiorentina
 1956: Real Madrid 4 - 3 Reims



The Champions Cup's first hat-trick was scored by Péter Palotás of Budapesti
Vörös Lobogó SE  against R.S.C. Anderlecht on September 7, 1955, in the second
match ever played in the competition. 

Francisco Gento is the only player to be on 6 Champions Cup-winning sides.

Bob Paisley is the only man to coach 3 Champions Cup-winning sides with Liverpool.
in 1977, 1978 and 1981.

Clarence Seedorf is the only player to win the Champions Cup with 3
different teams:
Ajax Amsterdam 1995
Real Madrid 1998
A.C. Milan 2003

The city of Milan, Italy, is the only one that won the Champions Cup with two
different teams: Inter & Milan (the two clubs have won 8 cups in total).

Many clubs won the Cup unbeaten: Internazionale (1964), Ajax Amsterdam (1972)
and Liverpool (1984) are those with the best record, 7 wins and 2 draws. Ajax, L
iverpool and A.C. Milan are the only teams to have won the trophy unbeaten twice.

Real Madrid have the record number of consecutive participations in the Champions'
Cup with 15, from 1955/56 to 1969/70.

On three occasions has the Final of the Champions Cup/League involved
two teams from the same country: Real Madrid v Valencia (1999/00),
A.C. Milan v Juventus (2002/03), and Chelsea -Manchster United (2007/08)

In the long history of the cup, only four derbies between teams
of the same city have been played:

1958/59 Real Madrid vs Atlético de Madrid (semifinal)
2002/03 Internazionale (Milan) vs A.C. Milan (semifinal)
2003/04 Chelsea vs Arsenal (quarterfinal)
2004/05 Internazionale vs A.C. Milan (quarterfinal)
2nd leg was abandoned because of disturbances among the Inter fans.

Only four teams have completed the "treble" — win their domestic league championship,
their primary domestic cup, and the Champions League/European Cup.
These were (in order) Celtic, Ajax Amsterdam, PSV Eindhoven and Manchester United.
Celtic managed this in 1966/67, also winning the Scottish League Cup and Glasgow
Cup that year. In 1972 Ajax won the European Cup, their domestic league and cup.
The following season they also won the European Super Cup and the European/
South American Cup. PSV did this in 1987/88.
Manchester United won their treble during the 1998/99 season.

Ajax Amsterdam was unbeaten in the Champions Cup/League for 20 matches
from 1985/86 to March 1996, when they lost 0-1 to Panathinaikos in Amsterdam.

The 2002/03 semifinal between bitter city rivals A.C. Milan and Internazionale was the
first time both games of a two-legged tie were in the same stadium (San Siro).
This matchup was repeated in the 2004/05 quarterfinals.

Only two individuals have won the Champions League with the same club as
a player then later as a coach. Miguel Muñoz of Real Madrid did it as a player in
1955/56 and 1956/57, before winning it as a coach in 1965/66. Carlo Ancelotti
did it as an A.C. Milan player in 1988/89 and 1989/90 before coaching them to
victory in 2002/03.

Cesare Maldini and his son Paolo are the only father and son duo to skipper the
same club to victory in the competition. Cesare led A.C. Milan to victory in 1962/63,
and Paolo captained them to victory in 2002/03.

The anthem of the Champions League, which is played during prematch ceremonies
before each match and introduces television coverage of the competition, is by Tony
Britten, based on George Frideric Handel's coronation anthem "Zadok the Priest", and
is performed by the Chorus of the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields and the
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Ottmar Hitzfeld and Ernst Happel are the only coaches in the history of the
European Cup/UEFA Champions League to win the title with two different clubs.
Hitzfeld did so with Borussia Dortmund in 1997 and Bayern Munich in 2001; Happel
led Feijenoord (now Feyenoord) in 1970 and Hamburg in 1983.

Olympique de Marseille were the first winners of the new format UEFA Champions
League in 1993.

Manchester United's treble-winners of 1998/99 were the first winners of the
tournament to have won neither their domestic title nor the European Cup/
Champions League the previous season. In 1997/98, United finished runners-up in
the Premiership to Arsenal and lost in the quarterfinals of the Champions League
to Monaco.

Nottingham Forest are the only club to have won the European Cup more times (twice)
than they have won their domestic league (once). Forest won the English League in 1978
before winning the European Cup in 1979 and defending it in 1980.

Nottingham Forest also have the unfortunate distinction of being the only winners of the
European Cup to have later been relegated out of the top two divisions in their country
(they remain in the English football league system's third tier (Football League One).

Paolo Maldini of Milan scored the fastest ever goal in Champions League in
2005 final against Liverpool inside 53 seconds. He was also the oldest (37 year old)
to score in Champions League final.

All 11 goals, including the penalty shoot-out, were scored in the same goal in 2005's
final between AC Milan and Liverpool.

With Liverpool's win in the 2005 final, the number of teams permitted to wear UEFA's
special badge of honour is now five. The badge is awarded in perpetuity to teams that
have either won the competition a total of five times, or have won it three years
in succession.

Five or more wins: Real Madrid, AC Milan, Liverpool
Three wins in succession: Ajax Amsterdam, Bayern Munich

Five men have scored a hat-trick on their debut in the Champions League

Marco van Basten (A.C. Milan), Faustino Asprilla (Newcastle United),
Aiyegbeni Yakubu (Maccabi Haifa), Wayne Rooney (Manchester United),
Vincenzo Iaquinta (Udinese)

One man have scored five goals in a Champions League match.
Lionel Messi (Barcelona) achived this when scoring five goals in 59.min
against Bayer Leverkusen at Nou camp March 7th 2012.
Barcelona won the game 7-1.
(10 players have tough achived this when the cup was called the European cup.)

Five men have also scored 4 goals in one Champions League match
Marco van Basten (A.C. Milan), Filippo Inzaghi (Juventus), Dado Prso (AS Monaco FC)
Ruud van Nistelrooy (Manchester United) and Andrej Sjevtsjenko (AC Milan)

Raúl becomes the first player in the history of the competiton to reach 50 goals,
he did this by scoring in Real Madrid 2:1 victory over Olympiakos in the UEFA
Champions League 2005-06 season.


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