(WFI) It’s Real Madrid-Bayern Munich and Roma-Liverpool after the UEFA draw in Nyon.
(WFI) Bayern Munich confirms that Niko Kovac will take over as the club’s new manager in July.
(WFI) Real Madrid’s late goal in the Champions League stirs reaction from across the globe
(WFI) Every time Barcelona gets eliminated from the Champions League, Messi has not scored at all.
(WFI) Former Liverpool and Chelsea striker announces he is leaving Atletico at the end of the season.
(WFI) Pep has not been able to replicate at the Champions League level the success he once had with the Argentine star.
(WFI) Players will be able to represent two different clubs within both the same season and European competition.
(WFI) The tournament enters the quarterfinal stage with most of its powerhouses still in it.
UEFA today announced the extension of PepsiCo’s partnership with the UEFA Champions League for the 2018-21 cycle. The agreement also includes sponsorship rights for the UEFA Super Cup in 2018, 2019 and 2020. Through various marketing campaigns and activations over the past three years, PepsiCo’s brands have engaged with football fans around the world, offering
April 5 – UEFA passed new statutes at its annual Congress, and comments from its president indicate no end in sight in row with the EPFL.