Champions League Winners Ranking
He Real Madrid It is, by far, who has won the most Champions League in history, with 13 trophies (the last of them in 2018). Further back appear the Milan, with 7, the Bayern Munich, with 6, and the Barcelona with 5.
Champions League scorers ranking
The 2020 Champions League scorers ranking was led by the German Robert Lewandowski, of the champion Bayern Munich, who with 15 points was consecrated as the top gunner. Norwegian Erling Haaland, from Borussia Dortmund, followed with 15, while the podium completed it Serge Gnabry, also from Bayern Munich, with 9.
Regarding the historical ranking, the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, today in the Juventus, leads with 130 touchdowns, followed by Argentine Lionel Messi with 115. Further back appears Spanish Raul Gonzalez, with 71, Lewandowski with 68 and Karim Benzemá with 65.
Where to watch the Champions League: which channel broadcasts the matches
The question is usually recurring before each new edition: What channel broadcasts the Champions League? The group stage and also the final round of the competition will be broadcast by ESPN for Argentina and much of the continent
Groups and crosses of the Champions League
The Argentine star Lionel Messi, captain of Barcelona, will share group G of the Champions League with Juventus of Italy, the portuguese team Cristiano Ronaldo and the cordovan Paulo Dybala. The two top historical scorers of the most important tournament at club level in Europe will meet again in the group stage that they will share with Dynamo Kiev, from Ukraine, and Ferencváros, from Hungary.
Atlético de Madrid, the team led by the Argentine Diego Simeone, will compete in Group A led by the last champion, Bayern Munich. It will also face Salzburg, from Austria, and Lokomotiv Moscow, from Russia.
Real Madrid, the most winning team with thirteen titles, will lead group B and collide with Inter de Italia, from the Argentine forward Lautaro Martínez. Shakhtar Donetsk, from Ukraine, Y Borussia Monchengladbach, from Germany, complete the area.
Group C is headed by Porto, but the maximum candidate to win it is Manchester City, which will also have to face Olympique de Marseille, by Darío Benedetto and Leonardo Balerdi, and the champion of Greece, Olympiacos, by Maximiliano Lovera from Formosa.
Group D will be one of the most even since it will have Liverpool, champion of England, together with Ajax, by Nicolás Tagliafico and Lisandro Martínez, and Atalanta, by Alejandro “Papu” Gómez, José Luis Palomino and Cristian Romero and the debutante closes it Central Jutland, Denmark.
In Group E they will surely fight for first place Sevilla, champions of the Europa League, and Chelsea, from England, while Rennes, from France, and Krasnodar, from RussiaThey will try to surprise.
Group F also appears competitive as it is seeded by the two-time Russian champion, Zenit, by Sebastián Driussi and Emiliano Rigoni, together with Borussia Dortmund, from Germany, Lazio, from Italy, by Joaquín Correa and Gonzalo Escalante and completes it Witches, who was declared champion of the incomplete Belgian league.
Group H will also be fought because they will be there Paris Saint Germain, finalist of the last edition, together with Manchester United, a historic one, Leipzig, Germany, one of the surprises of the “Super 8” of Lisbon, and completed by the surprising Turkish champion Istanbul Basaksehir.
What is the Champions League ball
UEFA unveiled in September the new ball for the Champions League, which will be the adidas Final 20, a model very similar to the one used in this last edition. The same original mixture of coral, light blue and blue colors, which will be highlighted with an effect of lines that surround the star panels.
When is the Champions League final played?
The coronavirus pandemic that completely changed this year’s edition raised doubts about where and when the Champions League final is next year. The definition, then, will be May 29, 2021 and will take place in the Atatürk Olympic Stadium at Estambul, the place where the final of 2020 was scheduled to be.