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UEFA Champions League History, Team distribution & Prize Money

UEFA Champions League History, Team distribution & Prize Money

UEFA Champions League is one of the most successful & popular football League all over the world. It is generally called as Champions League. When it was formed, it was called European Champions club’s cup. The League was formed by the Union of European Football Association (UEFA). The most successful football club of the league is Real Madrid which has 9 times this title. Here you will know about the History, Team distribution and Prize money in this League.

UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Date of Founded

1955

Total teams

77(total) 32 (group stage)

Most Titled club

Real Madrid (9 titles)

Current Champions

Chelsea

Region

EUROPE

History of UEFA League

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 The 1st European Cup was held in the season 1955-1956. In that tournament, total of 16 teams participated. The teams were Aarhus, Djurgarden, Milan, AGF, Anderlecht, Gwardia Warszawa, Hibernian, Partizan, PSD, Rapid Wien, Real Madrid, Rot Weiss, Essen, Saarbrucken, Servette, Sporting CP, Stade de Reims & Voros Lobogo.

 On 4th Sepetember 1955, the 1st match was played. The match was come to an end with a draw between Sporting CP & Partizan with score of 3-3. Joao Baptista Martins from Sporting CP was the 1st goal scorer of the UEFA League. Finally UEFA got his first champion of champions in the form of Real Madrid. After their first title, the club again won the trophy next year. The next final was against Fiorentina.

 In a repeat of the primary final, Madrid Stade Reims in 1958–1959 season final, simply winning 2–0. West German aspect Eintracht metropolis became the primary non-Latin team to achieve the final. The 1959–1960 season finale still holds the record for the foremost goals scored. However the record is overshadowed by the 7–3 thrashing Eintracht metropolis received in Hampden Park, courtesy of 4 goals by Ferenc Puskás and a hat-trick by Alfredo Di Stéfano. This was Real Madrid’s 5th consecutive title.

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Distribution of teams in UEFA League

ROUND

Teams enter in Round

Teams from Last Round

1st Round of Qualify (6 teams)

6 Champion from 48-53 associations

 

2nd Round of Qualify (34teams)

31 Champions from 16-47 associations

3 winners from 1st Round of Qualify

3rd Round of Qualify

Champions

(20 teams)

3 Champions from 13-15 associations

17 winners from the 2nd Round of Qualify

Non-Champions

 (8 teams)

8 Runners up from 8-15 associations

 

Play-Off Round

Champions

(10 teams)

 

10 winners from 3rd round of Qualify

Non Champions

(10 teams)

  • 1 runner up from 7 associations
  • Three 3rd placed teams from 4-6 associations
  •  2 4th placed teams from 1-3 associations

4 Winners from 3rd round of qualify from non-champions

Group Stage

(32 teams)

  • Title Holders
  • 12 Champions from 1-12 champions
  • 6 runner ups from 1-6 associations
  • Three 3rd placed teams from 1-3 associations
  • 5 winners from play off round for champions
  • 5 winners from the play off round for non champions
 

Knockout Phase

(16 teams)

 
  • 8 group winners from the group stage
  • 8 group runners up from group stage
 

Prize Money for the Winner team & other teams

CL-money-prizes

  • Winner of Final:                                €10,500,000
  • Runner Up:                                       €6,500,000
  • Semi-Finals:                                     €4,900,000
  • Quarter Finals:                                €3,900,000
  • Round of 16:                                     €3,500,000
  • Group match Draw:                        €500,000
  • Group Match Victory:                   €1,000,000
  • Base fee for group stage:               €8,600,000
  • Play Offs:                                         €2,100,000

 

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