The final of the UEFA Champions League 2018-19 will be the last match of the UEFA Champions League 2018-19. It is also the 64th season of Europe’s top club football league, and the 27th season since it was renamed from the European Cup to the UEFA Champions League.
Where is the UEFA Champions League 2018-19 final, when?
The final of the UEFA Champions League 2018-19 is the English civil war between Tottenham and Liverpool, after unbelievable comebacks in the semi-finals. If Liverpool excellently beat Barca with a total rating of 4-3 in spite of losing 0-3 in the first leg, Tottenham also wrote a fairy tale within the European arena when passing Ajax thanks to the away goal rule, after when tie 3-3.
The final of the UEFA Champions League 2018-19 will take place at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid, Spain. This is the home ground of Atletico Madrid Club.
Wanda Metropolitano Stadium was repaired and upgraded in 2017, with a total cost of 240 million euros, which can accommodate nearly 68 thousand people and is one of the largest stadiums in Europe.
This is also the fifth time the European Cup / UEFA Champions League final has been played in Madrid, after the finals in 1957, 1969, 1980 and 2010, all at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.
Since March 2018, UEFA has decided to apply the fourth substitution right after the final in extra time, and the number of substitutes increased from 7 to 12.
The winning team will be attending the European Super Cup match against the UEFA Europa League champion team and the Club World Cup – FIFA Club World Cup.
UEFA Champions League 2018-19 final schedule
|UEFA Champions League 2018-19 final schedule|
This is the first Champions League final in Tottenham history. As for Liverpool, this is the second time in a row they have come to the last match of the number one playground on the old continent. Last time, The Kop lost to Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid in a bitter way, and the English pity watched the Champions League silverware swept back to Spain. But this season, regardless of the score, that trophy will also belong to the land of fog when the final will be an internal competition between the two Premier League clubs.
For the first time since the 2007/08 season, the Chelsea season with M.U scrambled for the throne in Moscow, the new Champions League witnessed an all-English final again.
For the first time in 5 years, the most prestigious trophy in Europe did not belong to a Spanish team. For the first time since the 2011/12 season, the throne of Europe’s number one tournament has just returned to England. For the first time since the 2012/13 season, the new Champions League final is missing two of the biggest stars of contemporary world football, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. All of these are the first things to affirm: 2018/19 will be a turning point for the transition of power when the Premier League returns to the arena and takes the scepter for the ruler of Europe.
Find the winning formula
Is this a cyclical transfer? It can be said that because it seems that the success cycle of Spanish football has ended. Real Madrid, after the separation and reuniting with the legendary Zidane, was no longer himself. When the defending champions were eliminated by Ajax by a 4-1 victory at the Bernabeu in the second leg of the round of 16, and when watching Barca numb, dumbfounded by Liverpool’s attack at Anfield, everyone realized that, had by the time La Liga stepped down from the highest throne.
Ignoring the feelings of regret for Barca or Ajax, we can see the return of the Premier League is a logical process. It is the most exciting tournament in the world, where a relegation team has the same budget and squad as a mid-range club in other top European leagues. There, there are 6 teams capable of competing for the throne and the continuous conquests and purges between these 6 “warlords” along with the bold “uprising” of small rivals like Watford, Wolves … is the ideal environment to sharpen the field of battle. Therefore, the Premier League can bring to Europe the most skilled, hardest armies, with the top flags of Liverpool and Tottenham .
Wealth is also the foundation for the Premier League to attract the best military leaders in the world today. From Pep Guardiola, Maurizio Sarri, Unai Emery, Mauricio Pochettino to Juergen Klopp, all these talented generals have to think about each game by their opponents, even in small teams. are equally excellent military leaders.
General good, talented, but need to assert the Premier League is also fortunate to support. Fate has called the English Premier League when the shots of “superman” Messi kept finding the right goalkeeper Alisson in the semi-final at Anfield, as Ziyech and Tadic continuously aimed at winning goalkeeper Lloris in the closing efforts. Willow Tottenham at Johan Cruyff Arena. But there will be no answer to fate if Premier League representatives do not try. It is a worthy victory, worthy of every drop of sweat.
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