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Champions League. Real Madrid will face England from Liverpool in a final that promises to be amazing from the Stade de France.

Crazy, totally crazy! Once again, Real Madrid turned things around in the final minutes of regulatory time and added time to grab an unexpected extra time against Manchester City before making the difference with the inevitable Karim Benzema from the penalty spot. Extreme joy expressed by Carlo Ancelotti after the meeting. “We finished stronger to win this match. We have an exceptional crowd and that drives the players. They have the authority and know the history of this shirt very well, which is very important. It is the biggest club in the world and I am very happy to be the coach. We deserved to go to Paris to play in this final and we will see.” What will happen…”

For his part, Pep Guardiola admitted that he received a big slap on Wednesday, May 4th, after a “remontada” for Real. “We were better, we qualified, we controlled the match. They started playing well and were able to score. I didn’t think I was in the final, we were close to it. But they know how to write history,” we have to congratulate them. We struggled to get into the match, it’s a hard blow. We lost a little something in the first half. We were better then and were able to score. Then there were these two minutes… “

Now it’s time for the final match, at the Stade de France on Saturday 28th May at 9pm! For this meeting, the people of Madrid will face the Liverpool team, and Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool striker, has already started the hostilities after the meeting by tweeting unequivocally to Meringues: “We have the credit to settle.”

Ticket sales for the 2022 UEFA Champions League Final have not been available since April 28 at 2pm. A total of 52,000 of the 75,000 tickets (stadium capacity for the final) were available for purchase by fans and the general public. The two teams that reach the final will receive 20,000 tickets each, while 12,000 tickets have been sold to fans around the world via

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The group stage of the Football Champions League will be held from Tuesday 14 September 2021 to Wednesday 8 December 2021, while the knockout stage will take place from Tuesday 15 February 2022 to Wednesday 4 May 2022. The final is scheduled for Saturday 28 May 2021 in Saint Petersburg Stadium, Russia. Then the calendar was drawn up as follows by UEFA:

  • group stage
  • September 14 and 15
  • September 28 and 29
  • October 19 and 20
  • 2 and 3 November
  • November 23 and 24
  • December 7 and 8
  • Knockout Theater
  • round of 16
  • February 15 and 16 (one way)
  • February 22 and 23 (return)
  • Quarter-finals
  • April 5 & 6 (one way)
  • April 12 and 13 (return)
  • semi final
  • April 26 and 27 (one way)
  • May 3 and 4 (return)
  • ultimate
  • Saturday 28 May 2022

The battle for TV rights continued to rage in the new 2021/2022 season. UEFA has awarded French TV the rights to the “Big Ears Cup” to beIN Sports and Canal +, ensuring that the 2021-2022 Champions League will be broadcast. RMC Sport in cooperation with Canal will broadcast the best posters of the Champions League until 2024 and beIN SPORTS will show all the remaining matches. The final scheduled TF1 will air on May 28, 2022.

With the knockout stages of the Champions League kicking off on Tuesday, March 8 and ending on March 16, Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is currently the tournament’s top scorer, ahead of Ivorian Sebastian Haller and Egyptian Mohamed Salah. Ranking:

  1. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) 12 goals
  2. Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) 11 goals
  3. Sebastian Haller, Ajax Amsterdam, 11 goals
  4. Mohamed Salah, Liverpool, 8 goals
  5. Christopher Nkunko (Leipzig) 7 goals
  6. Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United, 6 goals
  7. Riyad Mahrez Manchester City 6 goals
  8. Leroy Sane from Bayern Munich 6 goals
  9. Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain, 6 goals
  10. Lionel Messi, Paris Saint-Germain, 5 goals

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