Who are the teams in the Champions League quarter-finals?



Who are the teams in the Champions League quarter-finals?

Semi-final second legs 1 May: Real Madrid 2-2 Bayern (agg: 4-3)2 May: Roma 4-2 Liverpool (agg: 6-7) Quarter-final first legs 3 April: Sevilla 1-2 Bayern, Juventus 0-3 Real Madrid4 April: Barcelona 4-1 Roma, Liverpool 3-0 Man. City

How did Juventus win the 2017 Champions League?

Juventus reached their ninth final after a 4–1 aggregate win against Monaco to maintain their undefeated record in this season’s competition. Juventus also entered the final with the best defensive record in the 2016–17 Champions League, having conceded only three times.

When did Real Madrid last win the Champions League?

Real Madrid were chasing the double of domestic league and Champions League titles, having won the 2016–17 La Liga on 21 May, the final day of the season.

How was the squad of the Champions League selected?

The UEFA technical study group selected the following 18 players as the squad of the tournament. Votes were cast for players of the season by coaches of the 32 teams in the group stage, together with 55 journalists selected by the European Sports Media (ESM) group, representing each of UEFA’s member associations.

Who are the teams in the Champions League quarter-finals?



Who are the teams in the Champions League quarter-finals?

Semi-final second legs 1 May: Real Madrid 2-2 Bayern (agg: 4-3)2 May: Roma 4-2 Liverpool (agg: 6-7) Quarter-final first legs 3 April: Sevilla 1-2 Bayern, Juventus 0-3 Real Madrid4 April: Barcelona 4-1 Roma, Liverpool 3-0 Man. City

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.

Is the Champions League the most watched sporting event?

It still ranks as the No. 8 most-watched sporting event even when taking into account weeks-long sporting events like the Olympics, the FIFA World Cup, and the Tour de France. UEFA expects it to continue growing, with fans able to access the event using a variety of methods and platforms.

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.