Champions League FInals

26 Champions League Finals & Complete Winners List

26 Champions League Finals from 1993 to 2019. The Champions League, previously known as the European Champion Clubs Cup, was founded in season 1955-56. The tournament is known by its current name – UEFA Champions League from the 1992-93 season.

Here at FootyHeroes.com, you will be able to watch video highlights from all 26 Champions League finals from season 93 to 2019. You can also read about the starting lineups, goal scorers, and other really interesting information about these Champions League Finals.

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Liverpool FC – Current Champions League Champion

List of 26 Champions League Finals 1993-2019 & Complete Winners List

Tottenham vs Liverpool – Champions League Final 2019

Winner of the 2018-19 Champions League is Liverpool FC. Liverpool won the final with 2-0 over the Spurs. This match was the first Champions League Final to use VAR.

Tottenham vs Liverpool 2-0 Champions League Final.

Match details:

  • Full-time Result: Tottenham Hotspur 0-2 Liverpool FC
  • Date: 1 June 2019.
  • Venue: Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid – Spain.
  • Referees: Damir Skomina (Slovenia), Jure Praprotnik, Robert Vukan also from Slovenia – assistants referees.
  • Attendance: 63272
  • Goalscorers: Mohamed Salah 2′ (Pen), Divock Origi 87′.
  • Man of the match: Virgil van Dijk.

Squads:

Spurs starting XI – GK Hugo Lloris, RB Kieran Trippier, CB Toby Alderweireld, CB Jan Vertonghen, LB Danny Rose, CM Moussa Sissoko, CM Harry Winks, RW Dele Alli, AM Christian Eriksen, LW Son Heung-min, CF Harry Kane.

Substitutes: GK Michel Vorm, GK Paulo Gazzaniga, DF Davinson Sánchez, DF Kyle Walker-Peters, DF Juan Foyth, DF Serge Aurier, DF Ben Davies, MF Erik Lamela, MF Victor Wanyama, MF Eric Dier, MF Lucas Moura, FW Fernando Llorente.

Tottenham manager: Mauricio Pochettino.

Liverpool starting XI – GK Alisson, RB Trent Alexander-Arnold, CB Joël Matip, CB Virgil van Dijk, LB Andrew Robertson, CM Jordan Henderson, CM Fabinho, CM Georginio Wijnaldum, RF Mohamed Salah, CF Roberto Firmino, LF Sadio Mané.

Substitutes: GK Simon Mignolet, GK Caoimhín Kelleher, DF Dejan Lovren, DF Joe Gomez, DF Alberto Moreno, MF James Milner, MF Adam Lallana, MF Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, MF Xherdan Shaqiri, FW Daniel Sturridge, FW Rhian Brewster, FW Divock Origi.

Liverpool manager: Jurgen Klopp.

Match Stats:

StatsTottenhamLiverpool
Goal scored02
Total shots1614
Shots on target83
Saves18
Ball possession61%39%
Corner kicks89
Offside32
Yellow cards00
Red cards00

Real Madrid vs Liverpool – Champions League Final 2018

Real Madrid CF is the winner in the Champions League tournament for season 2017-18, they won with 3-1 over Liverpool FC.

Real Madrid vs Liverpool 3-1 Champions League Final

Match Details:

  • Full-time Result: Real Madrid 3-1 Liverpool
  • Date: 26 May 2018
  • Venue: NSC Olympiyskiy Stadium, Kyiv – Ukraine.
  • Referee: Milorad Mazic (Serbia)
  • Assistant referees: Milovan Ristić, Dalibor Durevic (Serbia)
  • Attendance: 61561
  • Man of the match: Gareth Bale

Goalscorers:

Real Madrid – Karim Benzema 51′, Gareth Bale 64′, 83′

Liverpool – Sadio Mane 55′

Squads:

Real Madrid starting XI – GK Keylor Navas, RB Dani Carvajal, CB Raphaël Varane, CB Sergio Ramos, LB Marcelo, CM Luka Modrić, CM Casemiro, CM Toni Kroos, AM Isco, CF Karim Benzema, CF Cristiano Ronaldo.

Substitutes: GK Kiko Casilla, DF Nacho, DF Theo Hernandez, MF Marco Asensio, MF Mateo Kovačić, FW Gareth Bale, FW Lucas Vázquez.

Real Madrid manager: Zinedine Zidane.

Liverpool FC starting XI – GK Loris Karius, RB Trent Alexander-Arnold, CB Dejan Lovren, CB Virgil van Dijk, LB Andrew Robertson, CM James Milner, CM Jordan Henderson, CM Georginio Wijnaldum, RF Mohamed Salah, CF Roberto Firmino, LF Sadio Mané.

Substitutes: GK Simon Mignolet, DF Nathaniel Clyne, DF Ragnar Klavan, DF Alberto Moreno, MF Adam Lallana, MF Emre Can, FW Dominic Solanke.

Liverpool manager: Jurgen Klopp.

Match stats:

StatsReal MadridLiverpool
Goals31
Total Shots1212
Shots on Target52
Saves12
Ball possession62%38%
Corners95
Fouls518
Offsides73
Yellow Cards01

Juventus vs Real Madrid – Champions League Final 2017

Real Madrid won their 12 title in the Champions League tournament. Real Madrid beat with 4-1 Juventus at Millenium Stadium in Cardiff.

Juventus vs Real Madrid 1-4 Champions League Final

Match details:

  • Full-time Result: Juventus 1-4 Real Madrid CF
  • Date: 3 June 2017
  • Venue: Millenium Stadium – Cardiff
  • Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)
  • Assistants Referees: Mark Borsch, Stefan Lupp
  • Attendance: 65842
  • Man of the match: Cristiano Ronaldo

Goalscorers:

For Juventus: Mandzukic 27′

For Real Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo 20, 64′, Casemiro 61′, Asensio 90′

Juventus vs Real squads:

Juventus starting XI – GK Gianluigi Buffon, CB Andrea Barzagli, CB Leonardo Bonucci, CB Giorgio Chiellini, RM Dani Alves, CM Miralem Pjanić, CM Sami Khedira, LM Alex Sandro, AM Paulo Dybala, CF Gonzalo Higuaín, CF Mario Mandžukić.

Substitutes: GK Neto, DF Medhi Benatia, DF Stephan Lichtsteiner, MF Juan Cuadrado, MF Claudio Marchisio, MF Mario Lemina.

Manager: Massimilliano Alegri

Real Madrid starting XI – GK Keylor Navas, RB Dani Carvajal, CB Sergio Ramos, CB Raphaël Varane, LB arcelo, DM asemiro, CM Toni Kroos, CM uka Modrić, RF sco, CF Karim Benzema, LF Cristiano Ronaldo.

Substitutes: GK Kiko Casilla, DF Nacho, DF Danilo, MF Mateo Kovačić, MF Marco Asensio, FW Gareth Bale, FW Álvaro Morata.

Real Madrid manager: Zinedine Zidane.

Match stats:

StatsJuventusReal Madrid
Goals Scored1114
Total Shots1118
Saves13
Ball possession46%54%
Corner kicks11
Fauls2318
Offisdes31
Yellow cards54
Red cards10

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid – Champions League Final 2016

The 2016 Champions League Final was El Derbu Madrileno (The Madrid Derby) between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid. Real Madrid won the Champions League final at San Siro in Milan with 5-3 on penalty shoot-out after 1-1 in the regular and extra time.

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid 1-1 (5-3 pens) Champions League Final

Match details:

  • Full-time Result: Real Madrid 1-1 Atletico Madrid
  • After pens: Real Madrid 5-3 Atletico Madrid
  • Date: 28 May 2016
  • Venue: San Siro, Milan – Italy
  • Referee: Mark Clattenburg (England)
  • Assistant Referees: Simon Beck, Jake Collin
  • Attendance: 71942
  • Man of the match: Sergio Ramos

Goalscorers:

For Real Madrid: Sergio Ramos 15′.

For Atletico Madrid: Carrasco 79′.

Penalties:

Real Madrid: Vazquez, Marcelo, Bale, Ramos, Ronaldo.

Atletico Madrid: Griezmann, Gabi, Saul, Juanfran – misses.

Squads:

Real Madrid starting XI – GK Keylor Navas, RB Dani Carvajal, CB Sergio Ramos, CB Pepe, LB Marcelo, DM Casemiro, RM Luka Modrić, LM Toni Kroos, RF Gareth Bale, CF Karim Benzema.

Sibstitutes: GK Kiko Casilla, DF Nacho, DF Danilo, MF James Rodríguez, MF Lucas Vázquez, MF Isco, FW Jesé.

Real Madrid manager: Zinedine Zidane.

Atletico Madrid starting XI – GK Jan Oblak, RB Juanfran, CB Stefan Savić, CB Diego Godín, LB Filipe Luís, RM Saúl, CM Gabi, CM Augusto Fernández, LM Koke, SS Antoine Griezmann.

Substitutes: GK Miguel Ángel Moyà, DF Lucas Hernandez, DF José Giménez, MF Tiago, MF Yannick Carrasco, MF Ghana Thomas, FW Ángel Correa.

Atletico Madrid manahager: Diego Simeone.

Match stats:

StatsReal MadridAtletico Madrid
Goals scored11
Total shots2518
Shots on target84
Saves37
Ball possesion46%54%
Corners76
Fouls1816
Ofsides02
Yellow cards62

Juventus vs FC Barcelona – Champions League Final 2015

The winner for 2015 Champions League is FC Barcelona. Barca won the final with 3-1 over Juventus at the Olympiastadion in Berlin Germany.

Juventus vs FC Barcelona 1-3 Champions League Final 2015

Match details:

  • Full-time Result: Juventus 1-3 FC Barcelona
  • Date: 6 June 2015
  • Venue: Olympiastadion, Berlin – Germany
  • Referee: Cuneyt Cakir (Turkey)
  • Assistant referees: Bahattin Duran, Tarik Ongun
  • Attendance: 70442
  • Man of the match: Andres Iniesta

Goalscorers:

For FC Barcelona: Ivan Rakitic 4′, Louis Suarez 66′, Neymar 90+7′

For Juventus: Alvaro Morata 55′

Lineups:

Juventus starting XI – Gianluigi Buffon, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Andrea Barzagli, Leonardo Bonucci, Patrice Evra, Andrea Pirlo, Claudio Marchisio, Paul Pogba, Arturo Vidal, Carlos Tevez, Álvaro Morata

Substitutes: Marco Storari, Angelo Ogbonna, Kingsley Coman, Simone Padoin, Stefano Sturaro, Roberto Pereyra, Fernando Llorente.

Juventus manager: Massimilliano Alegri.

FC Barcelona starting XI – Marc-André ter Stegen, Dani Alves, Gerard Piqué, Javier Mascherano, Jordi Alba, Ivan Rakitić, Sergio Busquets, Andrés Iniesta, Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez, Neymar.

Substitutes: Claudio Bravo, Marc Bartra, Adriano, Jérémy Mathieu, Xavi, Rafinha, Pedro.

FC Barcelona manager: Luis Enrique.

Match stats:

StatsJuventusFC Barcelona
Goals13
Total shots1418
Shots on targer68
Saves55
Ball possession39%61%
Corners86
Fouls2412
Yellow cards21
Red Cards00

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid – Champions League Final 2014

The final match of the Champions League tournament for 2014 was on Estadio de Luz in Lisabon. Real Madrid won the UCL title with 4-1 in this very Spanish final over the Atletico Madrid.

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid 2014 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time Result: Real Madrid CF 4-1 Atletico Madrid
  • Date: 24 May 2014
  • Venue: Estadio de Luz, Lisbon – Portugal
  • Referee: Bjorn Kuipers (Netherlands)
  • Assistant referees: Sander van Roekel, Erwin Zeinstra
  • Attendance: 60976
  • Man of the match: Angel Di Maria

Goalscorers:

For Real Madrid: Sergio Ramos 90+3′, Gareth Bale 110′, Marcelo 118′, Cristiano Ronaldo 120′ (pen)

For Atletico Madrid: Diego Godin 36′

Lineups:

Real Madrid starting XI – Iker Casillas, Dani Carvajal, Raphaël Varane, Sergio Ramos, Fábio Coentrão, Luka Modrić, Sami Khedira, Ángel Di María, Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema, Cristiano Ronaldo.

Substitutes: Diego López, Pepe, Marcelo, Álvaro Arbeloa, Isco, Asier Illarramendi, Álvaro Morata.

Manager: Carlo Ancelotti.

Atletico Madrid starting XI – Thibaut Courtois, Juanfran, Miranda, Diego Godín, Filipe Luís, Raúl García, Tiago, Gabi , Koke, Diego Costa, David Villa.

Substitutes: Daniel Aranzubia, Toby Alderweireld, Mario Suárez, Cristian Rodríguez, José Sosa, Diego, Adrián.

Manager: Diego Simeone.

Match stats:

StatsReal MadridAtletico Madrid
Goals41
Total shots2110
Shots on target126
Saves36
Ball possession61%39%
Fouls1927
Offsides04
Yellow cards57
Red Cards00

BVB vs FC Bayern – Champions League Final 2013

The 2012-2013 Champions League Final was between two German football clubs, in the final match Borussia Dortmund met FC Bayern Munich. FC Bayern won the match with 2-1.

BVB 1-2 FC Bayern – 2013 Champions League Final Highlights

Match Details:

  • Full-time Result: BVB 1-2 FC Bayern Munich
  • Date: 25 May 2013
  • Venue: Wembley Stadium, London
  • Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy)
  • Assistant referees: Renato Faveran, Andrea Stefani
  • Attendance: 86298
  • Man of the match: Arjen Robben

Goalscorers:

For BVB: Gundogan 68′ (pen).

For FC Bayern: Mandzukic 60′, Robben 89′.

Lineups:

BVB starting XI – Roman Weidenfeller, Łukasz Piszczek, Neven Subotić, Mats Hummels, Marcel Schmelzer, Sven Bender, İlkay Gündoğan, Jakub Błaszczykowski, Marco Reus, Kevin Großkreutz, Robert Lewandowski.

substitutes: Mitchell Langerak, Felipe Santana, Sebastian Kehl, Moritz Leitner, Nuri Şahin, Oliver Kirch, Julian Schieber.

Borussia Dortmund manager: Jurgen Klopp

FC Bayern starting XI – Manuel Neuer, Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Dante, David Alaba, Javi Martínez, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Arjen Robben, Thomas Müller, Franck Ribéry, Mario Mandžukić.

substitutes: Tom Starke, Daniel Van Buyten, Xherdan Shaqiri, Luiz Gustavo, Anatoliy Tymoshchuk, Claudio Pizarro, Mario Gómez.

Bayern Munich manager: Jupp Heynckes.

Match Stats:

StatsBorussia DortmundFC Bayern
Goals12
Tottal shots1214
Shots on target89
Saves76
Ball possession42%58%
Corners68
Fouls117
Offisides14
Yellow cards12

FC Bayern vs Chelsea – Champions League Final 2012

The 2012 Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Chelsea FC was decided on penalties. Chelsea won the final on the home ground of Bayern Munich – Allianz Arena.

FC Bayern vs Chelsea – 2012 Champions League Final Highlights

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Match details:

  • Full-time Result: FC Bayern 1-1 Chelsea
  • After Penalties: FC Bayern 3-4 Chelsea
  • Date: 19 May 2012
  • Venue: Allianz Arena, Munich – Germany
  • Referee: Pedro Proenca (Portugal)
  • Assistant referees: Bertino Miranda, Ricardo Santos
  • Attendance: 62500
  • Man of the match: Diddier Drogba

Goalscorers:

For FC Bayern: Muller 83′.

Penalties: Lahm, Gomez, Neuer, Olic – Miss, Scheinsteiger – Miss.

For Chelsea: Diddier Drogba 88′.

Penalties: Mata – Miss, David Luiz, Frank Lampard, Cole, Drogba.

Lineups:

Bayern Munich starting XI – Manuel Neuer, Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Anatoliy Tymoshchuk, Diego Contento, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos, Arjen Robben, Thomas Müller, Franck Ribéry, Mario Gómez.

Substitutes: Hans-Jörg Butt, Daniel Van Buyten, Rafinha, Takashi Usami, Danijel Pranjić, Nils Petersen, Ivica Olić.

Manager: Jupp Heynckes.

Chelsea starting Xi – Petr Čech, José Bosingwa, David Luiz, Gary Cahill, Ashley Cole, John Obi Mikel, Frank Lampard, Salomon Kalou, Juan Mata, Ryan Bertrand, Didier Drogba.

Substitutes: Ross Turnbull, Paulo Ferreira, Michael Essien, Oriol Romeu, Florent Malouda, Fernando Torres, Daniel Sturridge.

Manager: Roberto Di Matteo.

Match stats:

StatsFC BayernChelsea
Goals11
Total shots359
Shots on target73
Saves26
Ball possession56%44%
Fouls1426
Offsides12
Yellow cards14
Red Cards00

FC Barcelona vs Manchester United – Champions League Final 2011

On 28 May 2011, the new Wembley Stadium hosted its first Champions League Final between FC Barcelona and Manchester United. FC Barcelona dominated at the pitch and won the final with 3-1.

FC Barcelona vs Manchester United 3-1 Highlights – 2011 Champions League Final

Match Details:

  • Full-time Result: FC Barcelona 3-1 Manchester United
  • Date: 28 May 2011
  • Venue: Wembley Stadium, London – England
  • Referee: Viktor Kassai (Hungary)
  • Assistants referees: Mihály Fábián, Tamás Bognár
  • Attendance: 87695
  • Man of the match: Lionel Messi

Goalscorers:

For FC Barcelona: Pedro 27′, Messi 54′, David Villa 69′.

For Manchester United: Rooney 34′.

Lineups:

FC Barcelona starting XI – Víctor Valdés, Dani Alves, Javier Mascherano, Gerard Piqué, Eric Abidal, Sergio Busquets, Xavi (c), Andrés Iniesta, David Villa, Lionel Messi, Pedro.

Substitutes: Oier, Carles Puyol, Adriano, eydou Keita, Ibrahim Afellay, Thiago, Bojan.

FC Barcelona manager: Pep Guardiola.

Manchester United starting XI – Edwin van der Sar, Fábio, Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidić, Patrice Evra, Antonio Valencia, Michael Carrick, Ryan Giggs, Park Ji-sung, Wayne Rooney, Javier Hernández

Substitutes: Tomasz Kuszczak, Chris Smalling, Anderson, Nani, Paul Scholes, Darren Fletcher, Michael Owen.

Manchester United manager: Sir Alex Ferguson.

Match stats:

StatsFC BarcelonaManchester United
Goals31
Total shots194
Shots on target121
Ball possession63%37%
Corner kicks60
Fouls516
Offsides15
Yellow cards22
Red cards00

FC Bayern vs Inter – Champions League Final 2010

On 22 May 2010, at Santiago Bernabeu Inter won their 3th Chamions League title vs FC Bayern Munich.

FC Bayern 0-2 Inter – 2010 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: FC Bayern 0-2 Inter
  • Date: 22 May 2010
  • Venue: Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid – Spain
  • Referee: Howard Webb (England)
  • Assistants referees: Mike Mullarkey, Darren Cann
  • Attendance: 73490
  • Man of the match: Diego Milito

Goalscorers: Diego Milito 35′, 70′.

Lineups:

Bayern Munich starting XI – Hans-Jörg Butt, Philipp Lahm, Daniel Van Buyten, Martín Demichelis, Holger Badstuber, Mark van Bommel, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Arjen Robben, Hamit Altıntop, Thomas Müller, Ivica Olić.

Substitutes: Michael Rensing, Andreas Görlitz, Diego Contento, Danijel Pranjić, Anatoliy Tymoshchuk, Miroslav Klose, Mario Gómez.

Bayern Munich manager: Louis van Gaal.

Inter starting XI – Júlio César, Maicon, Lúcio, Walter Samuel, Cristian Chivu, Javier Zanetti, Esteban Cambiasso, Wesley Sneijder, Samuel Eto’o, Diego Milito, Goran Pandev

Substitutes: Francesco Toldo, Iván Córdoba, Marco Materazzi, Dejan Stanković, Sulley Muntari, McDonald Mariga, Mario Balotelli.

Inter manager: Jose Mourinho.

Match stats:

StatsFC BayernInter
Goals02
Total shots2111
Shots on target67
Ball possession68%32%
Corners62
Fouls1613
Offsides00
Yellow cards21
Red cards00

FC Barcelona vs Manchester United – Champions League Final 2009

FC Barcelona won their 3th Champions League title with 2-0 versus Manchester United, with goals of Samuel Eto’o and Lionel Messi at Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

FC Barcelona 2-0 Manchester United – 2009 Champions League Final Highlights.

Match details:

  • Full-time result: FC Barcelona 2-0 Manchester United
  • Date: 27 May 2009
  • Venue: Stadio Olimpico, Rome
  • Referee: Massimo Busacca,
  • Assistants referees: Matthias Arnet, Francesco Buragina
  • Attendance: 62467
  • Man of the match: Xavi

Goalscorers: Samuel Eto’o 10′, Lionel Messi 70′

Squads:

FC Barcelona starting XI – Víctor Valdés, Carles Puyol, Yaya Touré, Gerard Piqué, Sylvinho, Sergio Busquets, Xavi, Andrés Iniesta, Lionel Messi, Thierry Henry, Samuel Eto’o.

Substitutes: José Manuel Pinto, Martín Cáceres, Marc Muniesa, Seydou Keita, Eiður Guðjohnsen, Bojan, Pedro.

FC Barcelona manager: Josep Guardiola.

Manchester United starting XI – Edwin van der Sar, John O’Shea, Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidić, Patrice Evra, Anderson, Michael Carrick, Ryan Giggs, RW Park Ji-sung, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo.

Substitutes: Tomasz Kuszczak, Rafael, Jonny Evans, Nani, Paul Scholes, Dimitar Berbatov, Carlos Tevez.

Man Utd manager: Sir Alex Ferguson.

Match stats:

StatsFC BarcelonaManchester Untied
Goals20
Total shots1112
Shots on target82
Ball possession51%49%
Corners47
Fouls710
Offsides25
Yellow cards13
Red cards00

Manchester United vs Chelsea – Champions League Final 2008

The winner of the UEFA Champions League for the 2008 year was Manchester United. The reds won the Champions League final match with 6-5 on penalties after 1-1 in the regular 90 minutes.

Manchester United vs Chelsea – 2008 Champions League Final Highlights.

Match details:

  • Full-time result: Manchester United 1-1 Chelsea
  • After pens: Manchester United 6-5 Chelsea
  • Date: 21 May 2008
  • Venue: Luznhiki Stadium, Moscow
  • Referee: Lubos Michev
  • Assistants referees: Roman Slyško, Martin Balko
  • Attendance: 67310
  • Man of the match: Edwin van der Sar

Goalscorers:

For Manchester United: Cristiano Ronaldo 26′

Penalties for Man Utd: Tevez, Carrick, Ronaldo – miss, Hargreaves, Nani, Anderson, Gigs.

For Chelsea: Frank Lampard 45′

Penalties for Chelsea: Ballack, Belleti, Lampard, A. Cole, Terry – miss, Kalou, Anelka – miss.

Suqds:

Manchester United starting XI – Edwin van der Sar, Wes Brown, Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidić, Patrice Evra, Owen Hargreaves, Paul Scholes, Michael Carrick, Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Tevez.

Substitutes: Tomasz Kuszczak, John O’Shea, Mikaël Silvestre, Anderson, Ryan Giggs, Nani, Darren Fletcher.

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson.

Chelsea starting XI –

Petr Čech, Michael Essien, Ricardo Carvalho, John Terry, Ashley Cole, Claude Makelele, Michael Ballack, Frank Lampard, Joe Cole, Florent Malouda
Didier Drogba.

Substitutes: Carlo Cudicini, Alex, Juliano Belletti, John Obi Mikel, Andriy Shevchenko, Salomon Kalou, Nicolas Anelka.

Manager: Jose Mourinho.

Match sats:

StatsManchester UnitedChelsea FC
Goals11
Total shots1224
Shots on target53
Ball Possession58%42%
Corners58
Fouls2225
Offsides12
Yellow cards44
Red cards01

Milan vs Liverpool – Champions League Final 2007

The 2007 Champions League final was between AC Milan vs Liverpool FC. The Rossoneri won the match with two goals of Filippo Inzaghi, this was the 7th Champions League title for Milan.

Milan 2-1 Liverpool – 2007 Champions League Final Highlights.

Match details:

Full-time result: AC Milan 2-1 Liverpool FC
Date: 23 May 2007
Venue: Olympic Stadium, Athens
Referee: Herbert Fandel
Assistants referees: Carsten Kadach, Volker Wezel
Attendance: 63000
Man of the match: Filippo Inzaghi

Goalscorers:

For Milan: Filippo Inzaghi 45′, 82′

For Liverpool: Kuyt 89′

Squads:

AC Milan starting XI – Dida, Massimo Oddo, Alessandro Nesta, Paolo Maldini, Republic Marek Jankulovski, Gennaro Gattuso, Andrea Pirlo, Massimo Ambrosini, Clarence Seedorf, Kaká, Filippo Inzaghi.

Substitutes: Zeljko Kalac, Cafu, Kakha Kaladze, Giuseppe Favalli, Serginho, Cristian Brocchi, Alberto Gilardino.

AC Milan manager: Carlo Ancelotti.

Liverpool FC starting XI – Pepe Reina, Steve Finnan, Jamie Carragher, Daniel Agger, John Arne Riise, Xabi Alonso, Javier Mascherano, Jermaine Pennant, Boudewijn Zenden, Steven Gerrard, Dirk Kuyt.

Substitutes: Jerzy Dudek, Álvaro Arbeloa, Sami Hyypiä, Harry Kewell, Mark González, Peter Crouch, Craig Bellamy.

Liverpool manager: Rafael Benitez.

Match sats:

StatsAC MilanLiverpool FC
Goals21
Total shots1224
Shots on target53
Ball possession58%42%
Corners58
Fouls2225
Offsides12
Yellow cards44
Red cards00

FC Barcelona vs Arsenal – Champions League Final 2006

FC Barcelona vs Arsenal that was the 2006 Champions League final match.

The Catalans won the final 2-1 against the Gunners form north London at Stade de France (the national stadium of France). Two late goals – Samuel Eto’o & Juliano Belletti in the second half of the match was enough for FC Barcelona to won the title.

FC Barcelona 2-1 Arsenal – 2006 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: FC Barcelona 2-1 Arsenal
  • Date: 17 May 2006
  • Venue: Stade de France
  • Referee: Terje Hauge (Norway)
  • Assistants referees: Steinar Holvik, Arild Sundet
  • Attendance: 79610
  • Man of the match: Samuel Eto’o

Goalscorers:

For FC Barcelona: Samuel Eto’o 76′, Belletti 80′

For Arsenal: Campbell 37′

Squads:

FC Barcelona starting XI – Víctor Valdés, Oleguer, Rafael Márquez, Carles Puyol, Giovanni van Bronckhorst, Edmílson, Deco, Mark van Bommel, Ludovic Giuly, Ronaldinho, Samuel Eto’o.

Substitutes: Albert Jorquera, Juliano Belletti, Sylvinho, Thiago Motta, Xavi, Andrés Iniesta, Henrik Larsson.

Manager: Frank Riijkaard.

Arsenal starting XI – Jens Lehmann, Emmanuel Eboué, Kolo Touré, Sol Campbell, Ashley Cole, Robert Pires, Gilberto Silva, Cesc Fàbregas, Alexander Hleb, Freddie Ljungberg, Thierry Henry.

Substututes: Almunia, Philippe Senderos, Gaël Clichy, Mathieu Flamini, Antonio Reyes, Dennis Bergkamp, Robin van Persie.

Manager: Arsene Wenger.

Match stats:

StatsFC BarcelonaArsenal
Goals21
Total shots208
Shots on target95
Ball possession64%36%
Corners34
Fouls2016
Offsides11
Yellow cards22
Red cards01

Milan vs Liverpool – Champions League Final 2005

AC Milan vs Liverpool FC may be the most epic Champions League final match ever! At the end of the first half of the match, Milan has lead with 3 goals (Maldini & Crespo) and it seems that will be enough to win the Champions League cup. But at the beginning of the second half Liverpool have scored 3 goals (Gerrard 54′, Smicer 56′, Alonso 60′) in 6 minutes, and bring this truly historic final match to extra time and penalties, which Liverpool FC won with 3-2.

Milan vs Liverpool – 2005 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: Milan 3-3 Liverpool
  • Liverpool won with 3-2 after penalties
  • Date: 25 May 2005
  • Venue: Ataturk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul
  • Referee: Manuel Mejuto Gonzalez
  • Assistants referees: Clemente Plou, Oscar Samaniego
  • Attendance: 69000
  • Man of the match: Steven Gerrard

Goalscorers:

For Milan: Paolo Maldini 1′, Hernan Crespo 39’44.

Penalties: Serginho – miss, Andrea Pirlo – miss, Tommason, Kaka, Shevchenko – miss.

For Liverpool: Gerrard 54′, Smicer 56′, Alonso 60′.

Penalties: Hamann, Cisse, Riise – miss, Smicer.

Squads:

Milan starting XI – Dida, Cafu, Jaap Stam, Alessandro Nesta, Paolo Maldini, Andrea Pirlo, Gennaro Gattuso, Clarence Seedorf, Kaká, Andriy Shevchenko, Hernán Crespo.

Substututes: Christian Abbiati, Kakha Kaladze, Alessandro Costacurta, Rui Costa, Vikash Dhorasoo, Serginho , Jon Dahl Tomasson

Manager: Carlo Ancelotti

Liverpool starting XI – Jerzy Dudek, Steve Finnan, Jamie Carragher, Sami Hyypiä, Djimi Traoré, Xabi Alonso, Luis García, Steven Gerrard, John Arne Riise, Harry Kewell, Milan Baroš.

Substitutes: Scott Carson, Josemi, Dietmar Hamann, Antonio Núñez, Igor Bišćan, jibril Cissé, Vladimír Šmicer.

Manger: Rafael Benites.

Match stats:

StatsMilanLiverpool
Goals33
Total shots2215
Shots on target107
Ball possession55%45%
Corners104
Fouls1623
Offsides75
Yellow cards02
Red cards00

Monaco vs Porto – Champions League Final 2004

The final match of Champions League for 2004 was btween AS Monaco and FC Porto. At Arena AufSchalke Porto won the Champions League title with 3-0 over AS Monaco.

Monaco vs Porto – 2004 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: Monaco 0-3 Porto
  • Date: 26 May 2004
  • Venue: Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
  • Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark)
  • Assistants referees: Jens Larsen, Jørgen Jepsen
  • Attendance: 53053
  • Man of the match: Deco

Goalscorers: Carlos Alberto 39′, Deco 71′, Alenichev 75′.

Squads:

Monaco starting XI – Flavio Roma, Hugo Ibarra, Julien Rodriguez, Gaël Givet, Patrice Evra, Édouard Cissé, Lucas Bernardi, Akis Zikos, Ludovic Giuly, Jérôme Rothen.

Substitutes: Tony Sylva, Sébastien Squillaci, Jaroslav Plašil, Hassan El Fakiri, Dado Pršo,Shabani Nonda,Emmanuel Adebayor.

Manager: Didier Deschamps.

Porto starting XI – Vítor Baía, Paulo Ferreira, Jorge Costa, Ricardo Carvalho, Nuno Valente, Costinha, Pedro Mendes, Maniche, Deco, Carlos Alberto, Derlei.

Substitutes: Nuno, Ricardo Costa, José Bosingwa, Pedro Emanuel, Dmitri Alenichev, Edgaras Jankauskas, Benni McCarthy.

Manager: Jose Mourinho.

Match stats:

StatsMonacoPorto
Goals03
Total shots86
Shots on target04
Ball possession55%45%
Corners74
Fouls1720
Offsides1911
Yellow cards03
Red cards00

Juventus vs Milan – Champions League Final 2003

The 2003 Champions League Final was played on Old Trafford in Manchester. This final was the firts that two Italian clubs has faced each other. The match have finished 0-0 in the regular 90 minutes. Milan won the cup after extra-time and penalties with 3-2.

Juventus vs Milan – 2003 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: Juventus 0-0 Milan
  • Milan won with 3-2 after penalties
  • Date: 28 May 2003
  • Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
  • Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)
  • Assistants referees: Christian Schaer, Heiner Muller
  • Attendance: 62315
  • Man of the match: Paolo Maldini

Goalscorers:

For Juve: Trazeguet – miss, Birindelli, Zalayeta – miss, Montero – miss, Del Piero

For AC Milan: Seginho, Seedorf – miss, Kaladze – miss, Nesta, Shevchenko.

Squads:

Juventus starting XI – Gianluigi Buffon, Lilian Thuram, Ciro Ferrara, Igor Tudor, Paolo Montero, Mauro Camoranesi, Alessio Tacchinardi, Edgar Davids, Gianluca Zambrotta, David Trezeguet, Alessandro Del Piero.

Substutes: Antonio Chimenti, Gianluca Pessotto, Mark Iuliano, Alessandro Birindelli, Antonio Conte, Marco Di Vaio, Marcelo Zalayeta.

Manager: Marcello Lippi.

Milan starting XI – Dida, Alessandro Costacurta, Alessandro Nesta, Paolo Maldini, Kakha Kaladze, Gennaro Gattuso, Andrea Pirlo, Clarence Seedorf, Rui Costa, Andriy Shevchenko, Filippo Inzaghi.

Substitues: Christian Abbiati, Martin Laursen, Roque Júnior, Massimo Ambrosini, Serginho, Cristian Brocchi, Rivaldo.

Manager: Carlo Ancelotti.

Match stats:

StatsJuventusMilan
Goals00
Total shtos1114
Shots on target26
Ball possession49%51%
Corners513
Fouls3423
Offsides16
Yellow cards21
Red cards00

Bayer Leverkusen vs Real Madrid – Champions League Final 2002

At Hampden Park in Glasgow, Real Marid won the Champions League tournament for the 2002 year, Los Blancos win with 2-1 over Bayer Leverkusen.

Bayer Leverkusen vs Real Madrid – 2002 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: Bayer Leverkusen 1-2 Real Madrid
  • Date: 15 May 2002
  • Venue: Hampden Park, Glasgow
  • Referee: Urs Mayer (Germany)
  • Assistants referees: Francesco Buragina, Felix Züger
  • Attendance: 50499
  • Man of the match: Zinedine Zidane

Goalscorers:

For Bayer Leverkusen: Lucio 13′

For Real Madrid: Raul 8′, Zidane 45′

Squads:

Bayer Leverkusen starting XI – Hans-Jörg Butt, Zoltán Sebescen, Boris Živković, Lúcio, Diego Placente, Carsten Ramelow, Bernd Schneider, Michael Ballack, Thomas Brdarić, Yıldıray Baştürk, Oliver Neuville.

Substitutes: Frank Juric, Marko Babić, Thomas Kleine, Jurica Vranješ, Anel Džaka, Ulf Kirsten, Dimitar Berbatov.

Manager: Klaus Toppmoller.

Real Madrid starting XI – César, Míchel Salgado, Fernando Hierro, Iván Helguera, Roberto Carlos, Claude Makelele, Luís Figo, Santiago Solari, Zinedine Zidane, Raúl, Fernando Morientes.

Substitutes: Iker Casillas, Aitor Karanka, Francisco Pavón, Steve McManaman, Guti, Flávio Conceição, Pedro Munitis.

Manager: Vicente del Bosque.

Match stats:

StatsBayer LeverkusenReal Madrid
Goals12
Total shots1312
Shots on target69
Ball possession48%52%
Corners65
Fouls1744
Offsides33
Yellow cards00
Red cards00

Bayern Munich vs Valencia – Champions League Final 2001

Bayern Munich won their fourth Champions League title after penalties (5-4) versus Valencia CF at San Siro.

Bayern Munich vs Valencia – 2001 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: FC Bayern 1-1 Valencia CF
  • FC Bayern won on penalties 5-4
  • Date: 23 May 2001
  • Venue: San Siro, Milano
  • Referee: Dick Jol (Netherlands)
  • Assistants referees: Jaap Pool, Jan-Willem van Veluwen.
  • Attendance: 79000
  • Man of the match: Oliver Kahn

Goalscorers:

For FC Bayern: Effenberg 50′ (pen).

Pentalties: Paulo Sergio – miss, Salihamidzic, Zickler, Anderson – miss, Effenberg, Lizarazu, Linke.

For Valencia CF: Mendieta 3′ (pen).

Penalties: Mendieta, Carew, Zahovic – miss, Carboni – miss, Baraja, Kily Gonzalez, Pellegrino – miss.

Squads:

FC Bayern starting XI – Oliver Kahn, Samuel Kuffour, Patrik Andersson, Thomas Linke, Willy Sagnol, Bixente Lizarazu, Owen Hargreaves, Effenberg, Mehmet Scholl, Hasan Salihamidžić, Giovane Élber.

Substitutes: Bernd Dreher, Michael Tarnat, Ciriaco Sforza, Paulo Sérgio, Carsten Jancker, Alexander Zickler, Roque Santa Cruz

Manager: Ottmar Hitzfeld.

Valencia CF starting XI – Santiago Cañizares, Jocelyn Angloma, Roberto Ayala, Mauricio Pellegrino, Amedeo Carboni, Rubén Baraja, Gaizka Mendieta, Kily González, Pablo Aimar, Juan Sánchez, John Carew.

Substitutes: Andrés Palop, Miroslav Đukić, Fábio Aurélio, Didier Deschamps, Zlatko Zahovič, Vicente, David Albelda.

Manager: Hector Cuper.

Match stats:

StatsFC BayernValencia
Goals11
Total shots199
Shots on taget54
Ball possession64%36%
Corners103
Fouls2423
Offsides26
Yellow cards13
Red cards00

Real Madrid vs Valencia – Champions League Final 2000

Real Madrid won the Champions League tournament for 2000 year. Los Blancos wont the final with 3-0 vs Valencia CF.

Real Madrid vs Valencia – 2000 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: Real Madrid 3-0 Valencia
  • Date: 24 May 2000
  • Venue: Stade de France
  • Referee: Stefano Braschi (Italy)
  • Assistants referees: Gennaro Mazzei, Piergiuseppe Farneti
  • Attendance: 80000

Goalscorers: Fernando Morientes 39′, McManaman 67′, Raul 75′.

Squads:

Real Madrid starting XI – Iker Casillas, Iván Helguera, Aitor Karanka, Iván Campo, Míchel Salgado, Roberto Carlos, Steve McManaman, Fernando Redondo, Raúl, Fernando Morientes, Nicolas Anelka.

Substitutes: Bodo Illgner, Fernando Hierro, Manuel Sanchís, Sávio, Geremi, Christian Karembeu, Elvir Baljić.

Manager: Vicente del Bosque.

Valencia starting XI – Santiago Cañizares, Jocelyn Angloma, Miroslav Đukić, Mauricio Pellegrino, Gerardo, Javier Farinós, Gaizka Mendieta, Kily González, Gerard, Miguel Ángel Angulo, Claudio López.

Substitutes: Jorge Bartual, Joachim Björklund, Óscar, Luis Milla, David Albelda, Romania Adrian Ilie, Juan Sánchez.

Manager: Hector Cuper.

Match stats:

StatsReal MadridValencia
Goals30
Total shots146
Shots on target111
Ball possession53%47%
Corners810
Fouls920
Offsides11
Yellow cards24
Red cards00

Manchester United vs FC Bayern – Champions League Final 1999

With two late goals (Sheringham 90+1′, Solskjaer 90+3′) Manchester United won the Champions League title with 2-1 over FC Bayern for the 1999 year, and complete their treble for season 98-99.

Manchester United vs FC Bayern – 1999 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: Manchester United 2-1 FC Bayern
  • Date: 26 May 1999
  • Venue: Camp Now, Barcelona
  • Referee: Pierluigi Collina (Italy)
  • Assistants referees: Gennaro Mazzei, Claudio Puglisi
  • Attendance: 90245

Goalscorers:

For Manchester United: Sheringham 90+1′, Solskjaer 90+3′.

For Bayern Munich: Basler 6′.

Squads:

Manchester United starting XI – Peter Schmeichel, Gary Neville, Ronny Johnsen, Jaap Stam, Denis Irwin, Ryan Giggs, David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Jesper Blomqvist, Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole.

Substitutes: Raimond van der Gouw, David May, Phil Neville, Wes Brown, Jonathan Greening, Teddy Sheringham, Ole Gunnar Solskjær

Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson.

Bayern Munich starting Xi – Oliver Kahn, Lothar Matthäus, Markus Babbel, Thomas Linke, Samuel Kuffour, Michael Tarnat, Stefan Effenberg, Jens Jeremies, Mario Basler, Carsten Jancker, Alexander Zickler.

Substitutes: Bernd Dreher, Thomas Helmer, Mehmet Scholl, Thomas Strunz, Thorsten Fink, Hasan Salihamidžić, Ali Daei.

Manager: Ottmar Hitzfeld.

Match stats:

StatsManchester UnitedBayern Munich
Goals21
Total shots1515
Shots on target97
Ball possession53%47%
Corners127
Fouls1110
Offsides68
Yellow cards01
Red cards00

Juventus vs Real Madrid – Champions League Final 1998

Real Madrid won the 1998 Champions League final with 1-0 vs Juventus of Italy.

Juventus vs Real Madird – 1998 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: Juventus 0-1 Real Madrid
  • Date: 20 May 1998
  • Venue: Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam
  • Referee: Hellmut Krug (Germany)
  • Assistants referees: Thorsten Bastian, Christian Schräer
  • Attendance: 48500

Goalscorers: Mijatovic 66′

Squads:

Juventus starting XI – Angelo Peruzzi, Moreno Torricelli, Mark Iuliano, Paolo Montero, Angelo Di Livio, Didier Deschamps, Edgar Davids, Gianluca Pessotto, Zinedine Zidane, Filippo Inzaghi.

Substitutes: Michelangelo Rampulla, Dimas, Alessandro Birindelli, Antonio Conte, Alessio Tacchinardi, Nicola Amoruso, Daniel Fonseca.

Manager: Marcello Lippi.

Real Madrid starting XI – Bodo Illgner, Christian Panucci, Manuel Sanchís, Fernando Hierro, Roberto Carlos, Fernando Redondo, Christian Karembeu, Clarence Seedorf, Raúl, Fernando Morientes, Predrag Mijatović.

Substitutes: Santiago Cañizares, Fernando Sanz, José Emilio Amavisca, Jaime, Víctor Sánchez, Sávio, Davor Šuker.

Manager: Jupp Heynckes.

Match stats:

StatsJuventusReal Madrid
Goals01
Total shots98
Shots on target43
Ball possession49%51%
Corners33
Fouls2922
Offsides31
Yellow cards24
Red cards00

Borussia Dortmund vs Juventus – Champions League Final 1997

Borussia Dortmund won the 1997 Champions Leagie final with 3-1 over Juventus.

Borussia Dortmund vs Juventus – 1997 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: BVB 3-1 Juventus
  • Date: 28 May 1997
  • Venue: Olympiastadion, Munich
  • Referee: Sandor Puhl (Hungary)
  • Assistants referees: László Hamar, Imre Bozóky
  • Attendance: 59000

Goalscorers:

For Borussia Dortmund: Riedle 29′, Ricken 71′

For Juventus: Del Piero 65′

Squads:

Borussia Dortmund starting XI – Stefan Klos, Matthias Sammer, Jürgen Kohler, Martin Kree, Stefan Reuter, Jörg Heinrich, Paul Lambert, Paulo Sousa, Andreas Möller, Karl-Heinz Riedle, Stéphane Chapuisat.

Substitutes: Wolfgang de Beer, Michael Zorc, Lars Ricken, René Tretschok, Heiko Herrlich.

Manager: Ottmar Hitzfeld.

Juventus starting XI – Angelo Peruzzi, Sergio Porrini, Ciro Ferrara, Paolo Montero, Mark Iuliano, Didier Deschamps, Angelo Di Livio, Vladimir Jugović, Christian Vieri, Zinedine Zidane, Alen Bokšić.

Substitutes: Michelangelo Rampulla, Gianluca Pessotto, Alessio Tacchinardi, Alessandro Del Piero, Nicola Amoruso.

Manager: Marcello Lippi.

Ajax vs Juventus – Champions League Final 1996

Juventus have won the Champions League Final for 1996 year. The match has ended 1-1 in the regular time, and Juventus have won on penalty shoot-outs with 4-2 over Ajax Amsterdam.

Ajax vs Juventus – 1996 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: Ajax 1-1 Juventus
  • After Pens – Ajax 2-4 Juventus
  • Date: 22 May 1996
  • Venue: Stadio Olimpico, Rome
  • Referee: Manuel Diaz Vega (Spain)
  • Assistants referees: Joaquín Olmos González, Manuel Fernando Tresaco Gracia
  • Attendance: 70000

Squads:

Ajax starting XI – Edwin van der Sar, Sonny Silooy, Danny Blind, Frank de Boer, Winston Bogarde, Ronald de Boer, Finidi George, Edgar Davids, Nwankwo Kanu, Jari Litmanen, Kiki Musampa.

Substitutes: Fred Grim, Arnold Scholten, Dave van den Bergh, Patrick Kluivert, Nordin Wooter.

Manager: Louis van Gaal

Juventus starting XI – Angelo Peruzzi, Ciro Ferrara, Gianluca Pessotto, Moreno Torricelli, Pietro Vierchowod, Paulo Sousa, Didier Deschamps, Antonio Conte, Gianluca Vialli, Alessandro Del Piero, Fabrizio Ravanelli.

Substitutes: Michelangelo Rampulla, Sergio Porrini, Vladimir Jugović , Angelo Di Livio, Michele Padovano.

Manager: Marcelo Lippi.

Ajax vs Milan – Champions League Final 1995

The 1995 Champions League Final was between Ajax vs Milan. This was the 3rd final win a row for AC Milan. Ajax Amsterdam won the final with 1-0 at Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Viena.

Ajax vs Milan – 1995 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: Ajax 1-0 Milan
  • Date: 24 May 1995
  • Venue: Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Viena
  • Referee: Ion Craciunescu (Romania)
  • Assistants referees: Nicolae Grigorescu, Tudor Constantinescu
  • Attendance: 49730

Goalscorers: Patrick Kluivert 85′.

Squads:

Ajax starting XI – Edwin van der Sar, Michael Reiziger, Danny Blind, Frank Rijkaard, Frank de Boer, Clarence Seedorf, Finidi George, Edgar Davids, Ronald de Boer, Jari Litmanen, Marc Overmars.

Substitutes: Fred Grim, Winston Bogarde, Nwankwo Kanu, Patrick Kluivert, Peter van Vossen.

Manager: Louis Van Gaal.

Milan starting XI – Sebastiano Rossi, Christian Panucci, Paolo Maldini, Demetrio Albertini, Alessandro Costacurta, Franco Baresi, Roberto Donadoni, Marcel Desailly, Daniele Massaro, Zvonimir Boban, Marco Simone.

Substitutes: Mario Ielpo, Filippo Galli, Stefano Eranio, Gianluigi Lentini, Giovanni Stroppa.

Manager: Fabio Capello.

Milan vs FC Barcelona – Champions League Final 1994

The 1994 Champions Leagie final was won with 4-0 by AC Milan. The Rossoneri humiliated FC Barcelona at Olympic Stadium in Athens.

Milan vs Barcelona – 1994 Champions League Final Highlights

Match details:

  • Full-time result: Milan 4-0 FC Barcelona
  • Date: 18 May 1994
  • Venue: Olympic Stadium, Athens
  • Referee: Philip Don (England)
  • Assistants referees: Rob Harris, Roy Pearson
  • Attendance: 70000

Goalscorers: Massaro 22′, 45+2′, Savicevic 47′, Desailly 58′

Squads:

AC Milan starting XI – Sebastiano Rossi, Mauro Tassotti, Christian Panucci, Demetrio Albertini, Filippo Galli, Paolo Maldini, Roberto Donadoni, Marcel Desailly, Zvonimir Boban, Dejan Savićević, Daniele Massaro.

Substitutes: Mario Ielpo, Stefano Nava, Angelo Carbone, Gianluigi Lentini.

Manager: Fabio Capello.

FC Barcelona starting XI – Andoni Zubizarreta, Albert Ferrer, Pep Guardiola, Ronald Koeman, Miguel Ángel Nadal, José Mari Bakero, Sergi, Hristo Stoichkov, Guillermo Amor, Romário, Txiki Begiristain.

Substitutes: Juan Carlos, Carles Busquets, Eusebio, Ion Andoni Goikoetxea, Quique Estebaranz.

Manager: Johan Cruyff.

Marseille vs Milan – Champions League Final – 1993

OM was the winner of Champions League title for the 1993 year. This match will be remembered as the first Champions League final and last game for AC Milan star – Marco van Basten who have injured in the 86 minute of the match. This match was the end of his professional football carrier.

Marseille vs Milan – 1993 Champions League Final Highlights.

Match details:

Full-time result: Marseille 1-0 Milan
Date: 26 May 1993
Venue: Olympiastadion, Munich
Referee: Kurt Rothlisberger
Assistants referees: Zivanko Popović, Erwin Kreig
Attendance: 64400

Goalscorers: Boli 43′

Squads:

OM starting XI – Fabien Barthez, Jocelyn Angloma, Éric Di Meco, Basile Boli, Franck Sauzée, Marcel Desailly, Jean-Jacques Eydelie, Alen Bokšić, Rudi Völler, Abedi Pele, Didier Deschamps.

Substitutes: Jean-Christophe Thomas, Bernard Casoni, Jean-Philippe Durand, Jean-Marc Ferreri, Pascal Olmeta.

Manager: Reymond Goethals.

Milan starting XI – Sebastiano Rossi, Mauro Tassotti, Paolo Maldini, Demetrio Albertini, Alessandro Costacurta, Franco Baresi, Gianluigi Lentini, Frank Rijkaard, Marco van Basten, Roberto Donadoni, Daniele Massaro.

Substitutes: Carlo Cudicini, Stefano Nava, Stefano Eranio, Alberigo Evani, Jean-Pierre Papin.

Manager: Fabio Capello.

Champions League Winners List

This is a Champions League winners list (former European Cup) from the 1953 year to date sorted by the number of titles.

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