Champions League

Barcelona Have Identified Why They Lost In The Champions League And Corrected The Problem

Barcelona did not win the Champions League this season. Barcelona should have won the Champions League this season. 

No disrespect to Atletico Madrid, who deservedly bounced Barca in the quarterfinals, but the Blaugrana's attack was led by three of the five best forwards in the world, and every player in their squad (excluding goalkeeper) is either top five in the word at his position or at least in the conversation.

Blind Soccer Teams Win Over Fans at UEFA Champions League Festival in Milan

The greatest story I saw in sports this weekend was not the amazing comeback by the Golden State Warriors who were down 3-1 in the NBA's western conference finals only to win the series 4-3. It was not the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. It was not some of the masterful shots made by Novak Djokovic in the French Open. Instead it was an exhibition match between some blind soccer players who won over the crowd at the UEFA Champions festival.

10 Crucial Stats And Facts Ahead Of The 2016 Champions League Final

The San Siro in Milan will play host to the 2016 Champions League final as Atletico Madrid take on local rivals Real Madrid. It is a rematch of the final from two seasons ago, which Real won 4-1 in extra time, despite being down 1-0 for most of the match. This will be only the second time that a European Cup final will be contested by two clubs from the same city.  

This Fan Is So High He Thinks He Won The Champions League Trophy

Ladies and gentlemen, from the people that brought you “David at the Dentist” comes the Champions League video you and all of your friends will be talking about for, you know, at least the next 72 hours. It comes from the world of Reddit, and just might make “AAAAYYYYYY” your go-to phrase for the forceable future. 

Messi Taught Boateng One Lesson To Make Him The Best Defender In The World

Jerome Boateng believed he would beat Barcelona when he walked on the field on the 6th of May, 2015. He was a part of one of the greatest teams in the world, a German machine that had just completed a ludicrous second leg comeback against FC Porto.

The Rise Of Hazard: How A Champions League Win Altered History

An in-depth look at the career of Eden Hazard, starting off with his time at Lille and culminating in his most successful season to date.

VIDEO: Bayern Munich Just Destroyed Porto’s Hopes And Dreams In 1 Half

Watch as Bayern Munich turns a 3-1 deficit into a 3-6 evisceration in 45 minutes against Porto in the Champions League.