What is the Champions League?
The Uefa Champions League is an annual continental competition for the top football clubs in Europe. It is one of the most prestigious tournaments in world football and the biggest prize in European football.
Where can I watch the Champions League in the UK?
DSTV (in some countries) In the UK, BT Sports have exclusive TV rights deal for UEFA Champions League and their coverage stands out throughout the season. They show every game of Champions League in the UK both live and on repeat plus they produce Matchday programmes and highlight shows in post match coverage.
Are there sponsors in the Champions League?
On 9 April 2013, Real Madrid (whose shirt sponsors were bwin) were required to wear sponsor-free jerseys while playing against Galatasaray in Istanbul. Like the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA Champions League is sponsored by a group of multinational corporations, in contrast to the single main sponsor typically found in national top-flight leagues.
How much do the Champions League clubs get paid?
As of 2019–20, the fixed amount of prize money paid to the clubs is as follows: Preliminary qualifying round: €230,000 First qualifying round: €280,000 Second qualifying round: €380,000 Third qualifying round: €480,000 (only for clubs eliminated from the champions path, since clubs eliminated from …