Uefa Champions League Final Madrid MD Tickets
Soccer fans should buy UEFA Champions League Final Madrid MD tickets and get ready to watch the biggest annual sporting event in the world, live. The elite club competition in European soccer will see a new champion crowned for the first time in 3 years after holders Real Madrid were shown the door in the Round of 16. Other usual suspects will be battling it out for the right to be called Europe’s finest. This year’s final will be staged at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, the home of 10-time Spanish champions Atletico Madrid. Grab your tickets now because the big day is just around the corner and you do not want to miss it.
Club Soccer’s Biggest Prize
The UEFA Champions League was first introduced as the European Champion Clubs’ Cup in 1955 by European soccer’s governing body UEFA. It was a straight knockout tournament in which only the domestic league champions of the strongest UEFA member countries participated.
Over time, the format was changed with the addition of a round-robin group stage and inclusion of more teams. Multiple entrants from countries such as England, Spain, Italy and Germany also became a regular feature. The name was changed to “UEFA Champions League” in 1992.
More than 20 different clubs have lifted the trophy since the tournament’s inception. Real Madrid are the most successful team by some distance. The side from the Spanish capital has thirteen titles to their name which is almost double the number of wins managed by Italian giants A.C. Milan, the next best team in the event’s history.
Other multiple winners include fierce English rivals Manchester United and Liverpool along with Germany’s Bayern Munich while Italian clubs Juventus and Inter Milan have also historically been amongst the competition’s big dogs. Grab your UEFA Champions League Final Madrid MD tickets now to see which of them strikes gold this year.
Three-time defending champions Real Madrid are out of the picture this season but most of the other big names are still there. Chief among them are Real’s hated domestic rivals Barcelona and reigning Italian champions Juventus. Also in the mix are English domestic title chasers Manchester City and Liverpool while a resurgent Manchester United will be looking to win their first crown since 2008.