Champions league football is the most prized trophy in European football. Each Year the tops teams from their leagues battle to lift the Champions League trophy.
The UEFA Champions League is an annual club football competition organised by the Union of European Football Associations and contested by top-division European clubs.
Deciding the competition winners through a round-robin group stage to qualify for a double-legged knockout format and a single-leg final. The final is held around iconic European stadiums.
The competition is played through most of the season, incorporating a winter break.
Which football is used in the Champions League?
The Adidas Finale is a brand of football made by Adidas. It is the current official football of the UEFA Champions League, Women’s Champions League, and the Youth League; after Adidas took over the contract of official supplier from Nike in 2000.
What leagues qualify for the Champions League?
The rules come into effect ahead of the 2018/19 Champions League, meaning the teams who finish in the top four in the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and the Bundesliga will earn automatic qualification to the last 32. Winners of the previous season’s Champions League and Europa League will also be in the groups.
Does the Winner of the champions league automatically qualify for next seasons champions league?
If a club wins the UEFA Champions League or UEFA Europa League and finishes in the top four, their qualification for the UCL through their league position is not transferred to another team. A maximum of five Premier League teams are eligible for UEFA Champions League qualification.
Who has won the champions league the most?
Real Madrid are by far the most successful team in European Cup history, having taken home the prestigious trophy a total of 13 times. Los Blancos’ closest rivals in terms of titles are AC Milan, who have won the Champions League seven times, most recently in 2007 against Liverpool.