How many people watch the Champions League final?



How many people watch the Champions League final?

While reports vary wildly on how many people watch the Champions League final in recent years, UEFA announced in 2014 that the final in Lisbon, Portugal between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid garnered 380 million viewers worldwide.

What was the name of the 2015 Champions League?

2015–16 UEFA Champions League. The 2015–16 UEFA Champions League was the 61st season of Europe’s premier club football tournament organised by UEFA, and the 24th season since it was renamed from the European Champion Clubs’ Cup to the UEFA Champions League.

How are the places allocated in the 2015–16 Champions League?

For the 2015–16 UEFA Champions League, the associations are allocated places according to their 2014 UEFA country coefficients, which takes into account their performance in European competitions from 2009–10 to 2013–14.

What happened in the 2015 FIFA Women’s Champions League?

Unlike recent years, in which the Women’s Champions League final was held in the same week as the men’s Champions League final, the two matches are separated by almost a month, as the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup started in early June. The annual UEFA Champions Festival was held between 4–7 June 2015 in the streets around Brandenburg Gate.

How many people watch the Champions League final?



How many people watch the Champions League final?

While reports vary wildly on how many people watch the Champions League final in recent years, UEFA announced in 2014 that the final in Lisbon, Portugal between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid garnered 380 million viewers worldwide.

Is the Champions League final bigger than the Super Bowl?

The Champions League final is bigger than the Super Bowl in terms of viewers around the globe, by several million. Finding concrete numbers for both events is difficult, but any way you slice it, the Champions League final is still the winner.

Is the UEFA Champions League the best sport in the world?

"UEFA is coming from a position of strength, with the UEFA Champions League being the world’s most recognized club competition and one of the few top seasonal sporting events, which is able to attract over one billion fans globally," UEFA told The Sporting News.

Should the Champions League have a Super Bowl opening ceremony?

The Super Bowl, and the U. S. generally, have this mindset, creativity and entertainment. That’s what I have suggested, to have an opening ceremony to the Champions League, to have one match on the opening night where the winners take on a big team-maybe it is not a good idea, but at least let’s challenge the status quo.