UEFA Champions League Predictions & Tips

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UEFA Champions League Tips


Get the best UEFA Champions League betting tips. We have tournament winner, to reach the final and individual matches such as full time result, over/under 2.5 goals and BTTS selections.

The 2021-22 season will be the 67th season of the competition and the 30th since it was renamed from the European Champion Clubs' Cup to the UEFA Champions League.

The final will be played at the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Chelsea are the defending champions after defeating Manchester City 1-0 in the 2020-21 final.

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Betting on the UEFA Champions League


Betting on the UEFA Champions League can be profitable, especially in the qualifying rounds and play-offs. During the group stages there are often big mismatches between the top clubs and the lower clubs.

In the knockout rounds there are often low scoring matches which makes under 2.5 goals a market to be followed.

UEFA have abolished the away goals rule in all UEFA club competitions which had been used since 1965. Ties will be decided by 30 minutes of extra time and a penalty shoot-out if required.


Live Streaming


Watch all the matches at the UEFA Champions League with live streaming. One of the best online live streaming services is bet365 where you can switch between betting markets and live action.

Check out our live streaming guide for information on how to watch Champions League football.


Teams


A total of 80 teams will compete in the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League. There are 80 teams from 54 associations with the Competition proper featuring 32 teams.

Schedule


The 2021-22 UEFA Champions League qualifiers start on 22 June 2021. The  group stage will be played from 14-15 September to 7-8 December 2021.

The final will be played on 28 May 2022 at Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Winners


Season
Winners
Nation
Score
Runners-Up
Nation
Venue
Season Winners Nation Score Runners-Up Nation Venue
2024-25 tbc tbc tbc tbc tbc Allianz Arena
2023-24 tbc tbc tbc tbc tbc Wembley Stadium
2022-23 tbc tbc tbc tbc tbc Atatürk Olympic Stadium
2021-22 tbc tbc tbc tbc tbc Krestovsky Stadium
2020-21 Chelsea England 1–0 Manchester City England Estádio do Dragão
2019-20 Bayern Munich Germany 1–0 Paris Saint-Germain France Estádio da Luz
2018–19 Liverpool England 2–0 Tottenham Hotspur England Wanda Metropolitano
2017–18 Real Madrid  Spain 3–1 Liverpool England NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium
2016–17 Real Madrid  Spain 4–1 Juventus Italy Millennium Stadium
2015–16 Real Madrid  Spain 1–1 (5-3p) Atlético Madrid Spain San Siro
2014–15 Barcelona  Spain 3–1 Juventus Italy Olympiastadion
2013–14 Real Madrid  Spain 4–1 (aet) Atlético Madrid Spain Estádio da Luz
2012–13 Bayern Munich  Germany 2–1 Borussia Dortmund Germany Wembley Stadium
2011–12 Chelsea  England 1–1 (4-3p) Bayern Munich Germany Allianz Arena
2010–11 Barcelona  Spain 3–1 Manchester United England Wembley Stadium
2009–10 Internazionale  Italy 2–0 Bayern Munich Germany Santiago Bernabéu
2008–09 Barcelona  Spain 2–0 Manchester United England Stadio Olimpico
2007–08 Manchester United  England 1–1 (6-3p) Chelsea England Luzhniki Stadium
2006–07 Milan  Italy 2–1 Liverpool England Olympic Stadium
2005–06 Barcelona  Spain 2–1 Arsenal England Stade de France
2004–05 Liverpool  England 3–3 (3-2p) Milan Italy Atatürk Olympic Stadium
2003–04 Porto  Portugal 3–0 Monaco France Arena AufSchalke
2002–03 Milan  Italy 0–0 (3-2p) Juventus Italy Old Trafford
2001–02 Real Madrid  Spain 2–1 Bayer Leverkusen Germany Hampden Park
2000–01 Bayern Munich  Germany 1–1 (5-4p) Valencia Spain San Siro
1999–2000 Real Madrid  Spain 3–0 Valencia Spain Stade de France
1998–99 Manchester United  England 2–1 Bayern Munich Germany Camp Nou
1997–98 Real Madrid  Spain 1–0 Juventus Italy Amsterdam Arena
1996–97 Borussia Dortmund  Germany 3–1 Juventus Italy Olympiastadion
1995–96 Juventus  Italy 1–1 (4-2p) Ajax Netherlands Stadio Olimpico
1994–95 Ajax  Netherlands 1–0 Milan Italy Ernst-Happel-Stadion
1993–94 Milan  Italy 4–0 Barcelona Spain Olympic Stadium Athens
1992–93 Marseille  France 1–0 Milan Italy Olympiastadion
1991–92 Barcelona  Spain 1–0 (aet) Sampdoria Italy Wembley Stadium
1990–91 Red Star Belgrade  Yugoslavia 0–0 (5-3p) Marseille France Stadio San Nicola
1989–90 Milan  Italy 1–0 Benfica Portugal Prater Stadium
1988–89 Milan  Italy 4–0 Steaua București Romania Camp Nou
1987–88 PSV Eindhoven  Netherlands 0–0 (6-5p) Benfica Portugal Neckarstadion
1986–87 Porto  Portugal 2–1 Bayern Munich West Germany Prater Stadium
1985–86 Steaua București  Romania 0–0 (2-0p) Barcelona Spain Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
1984–85 Juventus  Italy 1–0 Liverpool England Heysel Stadium
1983–84 Liverpool  England 1–1 (4-2p) Roma Italy Stadio Olimpico
1982–83 Hamburg  West Germany 1–0 Juventus Italy Olympic Stadium, Athens
1981–82 Aston Villa  England 1–0 Bayern Munich West Germany De Kuip
1980–81 Liverpool  England 1–0 Real Madrid Spain Parc des Princes
1979–80 Nottingham Forest  England 1–0 Hamburg West Germany Santiago Bernabéu 
1978–79 Nottingham Forest  England 1–0 Malmö FF Sweden Olympiastadion
1977–78 Liverpool  England 1–0 Club Brugge Belgium Wembley Stadium
1976–77 Liverpool  England 3–1 Borussia Mönchengladbach West Germany Stadio Olimpico
1975–76 Bayern Munich  West Germany 1–0 Saint-Étienne France Hampden Park
1974–75 Bayern Munich  West Germany 2–0 Leeds United England Parc des Princes
1973–74 Bayern Munich  West Germany 1-1 (4-0r) Atlético Madrid Spain Heysel Stadium
1972–73 Ajax  Netherlands 1–0 Juventus Italy Red Star Stadium
1971–72 Ajax  Netherlands 2–0 Internazionale Italy De Kuip
1970–71 Ajax  Netherlands 2–0 Panathinaikos Greece Wembley Stadium
1969–70 Feyenoord  Netherlands 2–1 (aet) Celtic Scotland San Siro
1968–69 Milan  Italy 4–1 Ajax Netherlands Santiago Bernabéu 
1967–68 Manchester United  England 4–1 (aet) Benfica Portugal Wembley Stadium
1966–67 Celtic  Scotland 2–1 Internazionale  Italy Estádio Nacional
1965–66 Real Madrid  Spain 2–1 Partizan Yugoslavia Heysel Stadium
1964–65 Internazionale  Italy 1–0 Benfica Portugal San Siro
1963–64 Internazionale  Italy 3–1 Real Madrid Spain Prater Stadium
1962–63 Milan  Italy 2–1 Benfica Portugal Wembley Stadium
1961–62 Benfica  Portugal 5–3 Real Madrid Spain Olympisch Stadion
1960–61 Benfica  Portugal 3–2 Barcelona Spain Wankdorf Stadium
1959–60 Real Madrid  Spain 7–3 Eintracht Frankfurt West Germany Hampden Park
1958–59 Real Madrid  Spain 2–0 Reims France Neckarstadion
1957–58 Real Madrid  Spain 3–2 (aet) Milan Italy Heysel Stadium
1956–57 Real Madrid  Spain 2–0 Fiorentina Italy Santiago Bernabéu
1955–56 Real Madrid  Spain 4–3 Reims France Parc des Princes

News


Keep up to date with all the news from the tournament. The UEFA website has a dedicated section for the UEFA Champions League.

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UEFA Champions League FAQ

When is the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League being played?

The 2021-22 UEFA Champions League starts on 22 June 2021 and concludes on 28 May 2022.

How many teams play in the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League?

A total of 80 teams will play in the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League.