How did Barcelona win the Champions League?
Barcelona dominated the match, winning 3–1 with goals from Pedro, Lionel Messi and David Villa, securing their fourth Champions League title. Wayne Rooney scored for Manchester United to level the score going into half-time.
What is the capacity of the Champions League final?
Although Wembley Stadium can usually hold up to 90,000 spectators, the capacity for the 2011 Champions League final was approximately 86,000. The two teams that reached the final were allocated 25,000 tickets each, while a further 11,000 tickets were put on general sale.
Who has won the most Champions League in football?
Spanish football giants Real Madrid are the most successful team with 13 titles followed by AC Milan with seven. Chelsea are the reigning champions. Full UCL winners list. In world football, no other club competition quite matches up to the popularity and the pull of the UEFA Champions League (UCL).