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The EUFA Cup Championship

The UEFA Cup Championship

The UEFA Champions League in an annual continental club football contest which is organised by UEFA –the Union of European Football Associations. It is contested by various top-division clubs from Europe.

The most successful club to take part in this competition is Real Madrid, who have 11 titles to their name, and the competition was founded in 1955. The current champions are FC Barcelona and Real Madrid C.F. The UEFA Cup Championship was founded by Gabriel Hanot, Jacques Goddet, L’Équipe, Jacques de Ryswick and Jacques Ferran.

Current Leaders for the Championship

In Group A, Arsenal has 14 points, and Paris Saint-Germain 12. Group B has SSC Napoli in the lead, with 11 points, and SL Benfica close behind them with 8. FC Barcelona heads up Group C, with 15 points, and Manchester City is in second place with 9, while Group D has Club Atlético de Madrid in 1st place with 15 points, and FC Bayern München tailing them with 12.

As Monaco FC leads Group E with 11 points, and Bayer 04 Leverkusen is nipping their heels with 10. Group F has Borussia Dortmund in at 14 points and Real Madrid CF just behind them with 12. Group G sees Leicester City FC with 13 points and FC Porto with 11, while Group H has Juventus leading with 14 points to Sevilla FC’s 11.

Qualified Teams after Wednesday’s Round of 16 Games

Robert Lewandowski from FC Bayern München has celebrated his 1st goal with his fellow teammates during the Bundesliga competition between Bayern Munich and Eintracht Frankfurt, and those who placed soccer bets on this match are going crazy.

Los Rojiblancos managed to seal a 4 – 2 aggregate victory after they drew with Leverkusen 0 – 0 at Vicente Calderon, and Monaco turned a 5 – 3 loss around in their 1st-leg meeting with City and drew the game at 6-all over 2 ties and advance on away-goals.

This pair will be joining Barcelona, FC Bayern München, Juventus and Leicester City, each the representatives of their individual domestic leagues, in the quarterfinals, and Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid are also going forward.

And once again, Spain is the nation most heavily represented, thanks to the fact that 3 clubs are now in the quarter finals. Germany, however, is not very far behind, thanks to the 2 teams representing that country.

Watch Out for Bayern Munich

One of this season’s major frontrunners for the European UEFA Cup Championship crown and presently enjoying the momentum of a 19-game winning streak, Bayern Munich will once again be the team to keep an eye on in the quarter-finals.

This Bavarian squad’s 10 – 2 aggregate demolition of Arsenal in the 16-round highlighted just how able they are to oppose an elite team, and Lewandowski, netting twice across the 2 legs, is a big reason they are doing as well as they are. Fans of the Germans are going to have something great to look forward to as the remaining Bundesliga teams face off against one another.