How many times have Manchester United and Barcelona won the Champions League?



How many times have Manchester United and Barcelona won the Champions League?

The old Wembley Stadium hosted the finals in 1963, 1968, 1971, 1978 and 1992. Both teams entered the competition having won it three times previously, Manchester United in 1968, 1999 and 2008; Barcelona in 1992, 2006 and 2009.

What are the names of the Manchester United players who are out?

Keita (in) – Villa (out) . Scholes (in) – Carrick (out) . Nani (in) – Fabio (out) . We and our third-party partners use cookies on our site to offer you a better browsing experience, analyse site traffic and serve personalised content as detailed in our Cookie Policy .

How did Barcelona get to the Champions League final?

To reach the final, in the knockout phase Barcelona beat Arsenal, Shakhtar Donetsk and lastly Real Madrid in the 212th El Clásico derby, while Manchester United beat Marseille, Chelsea and Schalke 04.

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.