UEFA Champions League: date of the final, tickets available? The news

Ligue des Champions UEFA: date de la finale, billets disponibles? Les infos League of the UEFA Champions. Real Madrid will face the English of Liverpool in a final of the Champions League which promises to be spectacular from the Stade de France.

Crazy, completely crazy! Once again, Real Madrid turned things around in the final minutes of regulation time and added time to snatch an unexpected extra time against Manchester City before making the difference with the inevitable Karim Benzema from the penalty spot. An intense joy expressed by Carlo Ancelotti after the meeting. “We finished stronger to win this match. We have an extraordinary public and that pushes the players. They are empowered and know the history of this shirt very well, which is very important. It is the biggest club in the world and I’m very happy to be the coach. We deserved to go to Paris to play in this final and we’ll see what happens…”

For his part Pep Guardiola admitted to having taken a big slap this Wednesday, May 4 after Real’s “climb” in the semi-finals of the Champions League. “We were better, we qualified, we had the game under control. They started to play high and they managed 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 game, it’s a hard blow. We missed a little thing in the first half. We were better then and we managed to score. Then there was had those two minutes…”

What date for the Champions League final?

Place now in the final, at the Stade de France on Saturday 28 May to 19h! For this meeting, the people of Madrid will face the Reds of Liverpool and Mohamed Salah, striker of Liverpool, already launched hostilities after the meeting by tweeting unequivocally for the Merengues: “We have a score to settle”.

How to get a ticket for the Champions League final?

The UEFA Champions League Final ticket sales 2022 are no longer available since 28 April to 14 time. A total of 52 000 tickets on 75 000 (the capacity of the stadium for the final) were available for purchase for fans and the general public. The two teams that reach the final will receive it 20 000 tickets each, while 11 tickets have gone on sale for fans worldwide via UEFA.com.

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What schedule for the Champions League 2020-2022?

The group stage of the Football Champions League is played from Tuesday 14 september 2021 to Wednesday 8 December 2022 while the knockout stage will take place from Tuesday 15 February 2022 to Wednesday May 4 2022. As for the final, it is scheduled for Saturday 23 May 2021 at Saint Petersburg Stadium, Russia. The calendar was then drawn up as follows by UEFA:

  • Group stage
  • 14 and 15 september
  • 28 and 29 september
  • 15 and 21 October
    November 2 and 3
  • 23 and 26 November
  • 7 and 8 december
  • Knockout stage
  • Round of 16
  • 15 and 16 February (one way)
  • 22 and 24 February (return)
    • Quarter-finals
    • April 5 and 6 (one way)
    • 12 and 13 April (return)
      • Semi-finals

        26 and 27 April (one way)

      • 3 and May 4 (return)
  • Final
  • Saturday 29 May 2022
  • On which TV channel to watch the Champions League in France?

    The battle for TV rights continued to rage for this new season 2021/2022 . UEFA has awarded the French TV rights for the “Big Ears Cup” to beIN Sports and Canal+, which thus ensure the broadcasting of the Champions League 2021-2022. RMC Sport will co-broadcast with Canal the two best Champions League posters until 2022 and beIN SPORTS will offer its aside all of the remaining matches. TF1 will broadcast the final scheduled for May 23 in clear 2022.

    Who is the top scorer in the Champions League?

    While the knockout stages of the Champions League start this Tuesday, March 8 and end on 16 next March, Robert Lewandowski, Polish striker from Bayern, is currently the top scorer in the competition ahead of Ivorian Sébastien Haller and Egyptian Mohamed Salah. Ranking:

    1. Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich, 11 goals
  • Karim Benzema, Real Madrid, 11 goals
  • Sebastien Haller, Ajax Amsterdam, 11 goals

  • Mohamed Salah, Liverpool, 8 goals
  • Christopher Nkunku, Leipzig, 7 goals
  • Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United, 6 goals
  • Riyad Mahrez, Manchester City , 6 goals
  • Leroy Sané, Bayern Munich, 6 goals
  • Kylian Mbappé, PSG, 6 goals
    • Lionel Messi, PSG, 5 goals

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