The Champions League is the pinnacle of European club football and the competition that every leading European Club wants to win. The final in Istanbul was won by Man City which was the first time they had won the coveted trophy.
We have packages to the group games in 2023/24 as well as most of the knock-out games.
FC Copenhagen v Manchester City
Leipzig v Real Madrid
Lazio v Bayern Munich
Paris St Germain v Real Sociedad
Inter Milan v Atletico Madrid
PSV Eindhoven v Borussia Dortmund
Porto v Arsenal
Napoli v Barcelona
Bayern Munich v Lzio
Real Sociedad v Paris St Germain
Manchester City v FC Copenhagen
Real Madrid v Leipzig
Atletico Madrid v Inter Milan
Borussia Dortmund v PSV Eindhoven
Wembley – 01 June 2024
Wembley will stage the final on 1st June in what will be the biggest club game in 2024. Will we see an English team victorious or could PSG finally win their first Champions League title?
Champions League Hospitality Packages
Champions League hospitality packages provide a high-end and enjoyable experience for attendees, often including perks and amenities that go beyond a standard ticket. Here are some common features associated with Champions League hospitality:
- VIP Seating: Hospitality packages often include premium seating in the best areas of the stadium, providing an excellent view of the match.
- Exclusive Access: Attendees may receive exclusive access to designated hospitality areas within the stadium, including lounges and private suites.
- Gourmet Catering: Fine dining and gourmet catering services are often part of Champions League hospitality packages. Guests can enjoy a variety of culinary offerings and beverages.
- Pre-Match and Post-Match Entertainment: Hospitality packages may include access to pre-match and post-match entertainment, such as receptions, parties, or meet-and-greet sessions with former players.
- Souvenirs and Merchandise: Guests may receive exclusive merchandise, such as branded items, souvenirs, or commemorative gifts related to the Champions League.
- VIP Parking: Some hospitality packages include VIP parking facilities for the convenience of attendees.
- Hosted Experience: A dedicated host or hostess may be assigned to assist guests throughout the event, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience.
For prices, availability and further information on our Champions League packages in 2023/23 please email us on [email protected]
The Champions League is the trophy each European team wants to win each year and has one of the highest TV audiences in world sport with around 500 million people watching the final each year.
The competition started in 1955 when it was known as the European Cup but changed its name to the Champions League in 1992. Thirty-two teams enter the group stage in eight groups of four teams with the top two teams qualifying for the knockout stages which start in 2017.
Bayern Munich defeated Paris St Germain in the 2020 final, in Lisbon, which was their sixth title.
Liverpool are the most successful English side with six titles, their last being in 2019 when they defeated Tottenham Hotspur in Madrid.
The ten most successful clubs are listed below
Benfica (2 titles) – They contested five finals in the 1960’s winning two of them to give them their second title.
Chelsea (2 titles) – Chelsea won their second title in May 2021 beating Manchester City.
Juventus (2 titles) – The now dominant force of Italian football has only won the competition twice, the last being in 1996. They have been runners up 7 times.
Manchester United (3 titles) – For a club of their size they will feel they should have won it more than three times, the most recent of which was in 2008 against Chelsea.
Inter Milan (3 titles) – Have won the competition three times, the last time in 2010 when Jose Mourinho was there coach with a narrow win over Bayern Munich.
Ajax (4 titles) – Like AC Milan haven’t been a dominant force in recent years but won it three years in a row from 1971-1973 as well as in 1995.
Barcelona (5 titles) – Have won the competition five times although despite the brilliance of Lionel Messi have struggled in recent years.
Liverpool (6 titles) – Had the most famous of comebacks when in 2005 they recovered from three nil done at half time to beat AC Milan which gave them their fifth title. They last won the title in 2019 when they defeated Tottenham Hotspur in Madrid
Bayern Munich (6 titles) – The dominant force in German football have won the title six times, most recently in 2020 against PSG.
AC Milan (7 titles) – Although not the force they were in the late 1980’s / early 1990’s, with the likes of Gullit, Van Basten and Baresi, they have won it seven times
Real Madrid (14 titles) – They have won the title fourteen times including three years in a row from 2016-2018. They also won the first title in 1956.
Qualification: Teams qualify for the Champions League based on their performance in their respective national leagues. The top teams from the strongest European leagues receive direct entry into the group stage, while teams from lower-ranked leagues may need to go through qualifying rounds.
Group Stage: The qualified teams are drawn into groups, and each group consists of four teams. They play a round-robin format, with each team facing the others in their group home and away. Points are awarded for wins and draws, and the top two teams from each group advance to the knockout stage.
Knockout Stage: The knockout stage consists of the Round of 16, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, and the Final. These matches are played on a home-and-away basis, with the team scoring the most goals over the two legs advancing to the next round.
Final: The two remaining teams play a single match in a neutral venue to determine the Champions League winner
If you are looking for Champions League hospitality packages at any of the matches this year do get in contact.