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The Champions League is the biggest football club competition in Europe where the cream of the continent’s sides battle it out to be named the best each year. Matches take place during week nights and during the group stages there are 16 games played across Tuesday and Wednesday evening's giving punters a whole host of options to use bet on. The competition is broadcast right across the world and is one of the most popular events when it comes to betting on football.
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2021-22 Champions League
Semi Final Draw
- Manchester City/Atletico Madrid v Chelsea/Real Madrid
- Benfica/Liverpool v Villarreal/Bayern Munich
Ties to be played on April 26/27 and May 3/4
Quarter Final Draw
- Chelsea v Real Madrid
- Manchester City v Atletico Madrid
- Villarreal v Bayern Munich
- Benfica v Liverpool
Ties to be played on April 5/6 and April 12/13
Last Sixteen Aggregate results
- Red Bull Salzburg 2 Bayern Munich 8
- Sporting Lisbon 0 Manchester City 5
- Benfica 3 Ajax Amsterdam 2
- Chelsea 4 Lille 1
- Atletico Madrid 2 Manchester United 1
- Villarreal 4 Juventus 1
- Inter 1 Liverpool 2
- PSG 2 Real Madrid 3
Final Group Tables
Group A: Manchester City 12, PSG 11, RB Leipzig 7, Club Brugge 4
Group B: Liverpool 18. Atletico Madrid 7, Porto 5, AC Milan 4
Group C: Ajax 18, Sporting Lisbon 9, Borussia Dortmund 9, Besiktas 0
Group D: Real Madrid 15, Inter Milan 10, Sheriff Tiraspol 7, Shakhtar Donetsk 2
Group E: Bayern Munich 18, Benfica 8, Barcelona 7, Dynamo Kiev 1
Group F: Manchester United 11, Villarreal 10, Atalanta 6, Young Boys 5
Group G: Lille 11, Red Bull Salzburg 10, Sevilla 6, Wolfsburg 5
Group H: Juventus 15, Chelsea 13, Zenit St Petersburg 5, Malmo 1
2020-21 Champions League
May 29: Chelsea 1 Manchester City 0
PSG 1 Manchester City 2
Real Madrid 1 Chelsea 1
Manchester City 2 PSG 0 - City won 4-1 on aggregate
Chelsea 2 Real Madrid 0 - Chelsea won 3-1 on aggregate
Match 1 - Manchester City 4 Borussia Dortmund 2
Match 2 - Porto 1 Chelsea 2
Match 3 - Bayern Munich 3 PSG 3 - PSG won on away goals
Match 4 - Real Madrid 3 Liverpool 1
Last Sixteen Aggregate Results
Borussia Monchengladbach 0 Manchester City 4
Lazio 2 Bayern Munich 6
Atletico Madrid 0 Chelsea 3
RB Leipzig 0 Liverpool 4
Porto 4 Juventus 4- Porto won on away goals
Sevilla 4 Borussia Dortmund 5
Atalanta 1 Real Madrid 4
Barcelona 2 PSG 5
English Teams in the Champions League
In two separate periods of time English teams have dominated the European Cup and its current guise, the Champions League. From 1977 to 1984 English clubs won seven European Cups. That dominance could have continued but sadly events at the Heysel Stadium in 1985 led to English clubs being banned from European competition for five years which was crippling.
It took many years to rectify the lack of experience in Europe but there was another dominant era from 2005 to 2012. The investment in players by Premier League clubs paid dividends in the Champions League. Manchester United won the Champions League in the 1998/99 season but that was a one-off and not a trend.
It was another six years before an English club appeared in the final again. Liverpool became the champions of Europe after the Miracle of Istanbul. They were 3-0 behind at half time against Milan but eventually won the trophy on penalties. Arsenal lost in the final the following year after taking the lead against Barcelona.
English clubs were losing finalists over the next three seasons but winners in one of those years because Manchester United beat Chelsea in 2008. Both clubs won the trophy in a five year spell during which United were also twice runners-up. The 2017/18 season saw Liverpool reach the final only to lose to Real Madrid
Liverpool were a much improved team in 2018/19 so nearly winning their first Premier League title. They were also impressive in the Champions League and no one will ever forget the night they beat Barcelona 4-0 at Anfield after losing the first leg 3-0. Another final was reached and this time they had English opponents. Tottenham had also come close to being knocked out, trailing Ajax 3-0 at half time in the second leg in the Netherlands. They fought back to make it to their first Champions League final. It was Liverpool who ran out winners 1-0.
The domination that English teams showed in the two European club competitions wasn't repeated last season. All four of our teams qualified for the Champions League knock-out stages so that was a good start. However, Liverpool lost their European crown in the last sixteen, when losing to Atletico Madrid. Both Chelsea and Tottenham lost to German opposition in the same round losing to Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig respectively. Only Manchester City got through to the quarter finals, beating Real Madrid. They were then knocked out by Lyon in the quarter finals ending a disappointing Champions League season for English clubs.
The 2020/21 season was a much more successful one for English clubs. Again, the final was an all-English affair with Chelsea winning their second Champions League title, beating Premier League champions Manchester City in the final.Back to Top