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UEFA Champions League remains an unrivalled fan experience

By The Boy -

The UEFA Champions League is routinely the game of the season, and it doesn’t matter who you support, because the quality of the football is always so spectacularly high, that you know you’re going to be entertained. This year, the 2023/24 UEFA Champions League final will take place at London’s Wembley Stadium on 1 June 2024 where the best of the best will be crowned on the ultimate stage, under the arch. Wembley is the home of English football. Put simply, it genuinely doesn’t get any better than Wembley.

Getting hooked up with UCL Final tickets is not an everyday occurrence like securing normal club seats, so the priority is to ensure the experience is completely painless. Demand to be a part of this event will be huge as folks want to be there to witness history. The UEFA Champions League final: the biggest night in club football. Legends will be made. The pages of history will be written. It’s one of life’s big games.

In the semi-final between Madrid and Bayern Munich, Joselu came off the substitute’s bench to score twice to end Bayern’s hopes of winning a seventh European Cup. Borussia Dortmund secured their place when Mats Hummels scored the only goal of their second leg, securing a 2-0 aggregate win over Paris St-Germain.

Real Madrid is unbeaten in their 12 matches in the Champions League this season (W8 D4) but, remarkably, this is the first time they have reached a European Cup/Champions League final without losing a match.

Dortmund have lost only one of their last 11 European outings (W7 D3) though, keeping clean sheets in six of those games and scoring the first goal in nine of their last ten matches. They say that the form guide goes out the window in finals, but it has to be asked, are Madrid more vulnerable than they have been in the past?

Dortmund have not been in the final of this competition since they lost to Bayern at Wembley in 2013, and they will be desperate to ensure it is not more London misery. The Bundesliga giants have made a habit of upsetting the odds throughout their run through the knockout stages, producing a brilliant defensive effort in the last four to end PSG’s dreams of finally becoming European champions. Could it be their year?

The winner of the final will receive £17m from UEFA. However, with the accumulative prize money on offer, as a team progresses through the tournament, the winner could net up to £72m, depending on their results. Last year, Manchester City were thought to have earned around £85m for winning the trophy for the first time!





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