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The UEFA Champions League (UCL) is one of the most prestigious tournaments in all of soccer. It determines who’s the best club in Europe. With several teams worth more than $1 billion, this is the trophy that every side covets.
Liverpool are the defending champions after they managed to defeat English rivals Tottenham in last year’s final. There will be a new winner this year as the Reds bowed out to Atletico Madrid in the round of 16. Before Liverpool’s sixth crown, it was Real Madrid who won an astonishing three UCL titles in a row.
Barcelona, Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Juventus, PSG, Chelsea, Atletico and Real are among the teams still vying for this year’s crown. The tournament will now be concluded over a 16-day sprint, with all matches from the quarter-finals onwards to be held in Portugal.
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To catch matches of non-English teams from the UCL in their domestic competitions, such as Real Madrid, PSG and Barcelona, you will need to watch via beIN SPORTS.
This leaves you with one of two options. Subscribing to beIN SPORTS directly, which costs $19.95/month or $209.95 for an annual pass. You can also get the channels via fuboTV. Viewers are able to access three beIN SPORTS channels via fuboTV. It costs $15.99/month and also provides additional channels.
The tournament has several different preliminary and qualifying rounds, but the real fun begins in the group stage with 32 teams. Clubs are divided equally into eight different groups, with teams seeded before the draw. Each team plays its group opponents in a home and away round-robin format.
The group stage is traditionally played from September to December and is held over six match days. Teams from the same nations are also split up to ensure parity. After the group stage, the UCL progresses to the knockout phase, which usually begins in February and is contested by 16 clubs.
The 16 teams who finished as the top 2 in each group advance and play matches over 2 legs. Those who finished in third place in their group enter the UEFA Europa League. The knockout phase begins with the round of 16 and sees the 8 group winners seeded against the 8 runners-up.
At this point, teams still can’t be drawn against clubs from the same country or who were previously in their group. Then from the quarter-finals onwards, there are no restrictions on who will play each other through to the semi-finals and final.
The final was originally scheduled for May 30, 2020, at Atatürk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul. Due to the coronavirus, it will now be on August 23 at Estádio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal.
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