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UEFA Champions League Football Club Hotel and Travel Guide

The top teams and the best players in Europe battle it out for the chance to be crowned the Kings of European club football - one of the biggest prizes in sport.

Whether you are following your team home or away in the Champions League you will find all the hotel, flights and travel information you need through the football travel guide.








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UEFA Champions League - what's at stake?

Kicking off in September, the UEFA Champions League pits 32 of the best teams from across Europe against each other, home and away, over the course of 10 gruelling months.

The winner of the Champions League final at the end of May is crowned European Champions and qualifies by right for next years competition.

Qualifying for the Champions League is through each nations elite league from the season before - the winners and runners up usually qualify automatically for the next seasons competition. In addition other teams can qualify by winning their nations premier cup competitions.

The UEFA Champions League begins with Group stages with 8 mini leagues of 4 teams competing home and away. The winners and runners up of each mini league go in to the second phase for a straight knock out tournament.

What happened in the UEFA Champions League 2008/9

In recent years the UK's Premiership's teams have dominated the Champions League with all 4 of the English representatives making it to the later stages of the competition and taking 3 of the 4 semi-final places in the last couple of years.

The 2007/08 season saw an all English final with Manchester United beating Chelsea in the final penalty shoot-out. Liverpool had lost to Chelsea in the semi-final.

2008/09 saw Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea join Barcelona in the semi-finals. Arsenal were knocked out in the quarter-finals.








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