UEFA Champions League Seasons

UEFA Champions League Seasons Table
Season League Name # Squads Champion Runner-Up Final Top League Scorer
2019-2020UEFA Champions League79Erling Braut Håland, Mislav Oršić - 3
2018-2019UEFA Champions League79eng Liverpooleng Tottenham HotspurMatch ReportLionel Messi - 12
2017-2018UEFA Champions League79es Real Madrideng LiverpoolMatch ReportCristiano Ronaldo - 15
2016-2017UEFA Champions League78es Real Madridit JuventusMatch ReportCristiano Ronaldo - 12
2015-2016UEFA Champions League78es Real Madrides Atlético MadridMatch ReportCristiano Ronaldo - 16
2014-2015UEFA Champions League77es Barcelonait JuventusMatch ReportNeymar, Cristiano Ronaldo... - 10
2013-2014UEFA Champions League76es Real Madrides Atlético MadridCristiano Ronaldo - 17
2012-2013UEFA Champions League76de Bayern Munichde Borussia DortmundCristiano Ronaldo - 12
2011-2012UEFA Champions League75eng Chelseade Bayern MunichLionel Messi - 14
2010-2011UEFA Champions League76es Barcelonaeng Manchester UnitedLionel Messi - 12
2009-2010UEFA Champions League76it Internazionalede Bayern MunichLionel Messi - 8
2008-2009UEFA Champions League76es Barcelonaeng Manchester UnitedLionel Messi - 9
2007-2008UEFA Champions League76eng Manchester Unitedeng ChelseaCristiano Ronaldo - 8
2006-2007UEFA Champions League73it Milaneng LiverpoolKaká - 10
2005-2006UEFA Champions League74es Barcelonaeng ArsenalAndriy Shevchenko - 9
2004-2005UEFA Champions League72eng Liverpoolit MilanRuud van Nistelrooy - 8
2003-2004UEFA Champions League72pt Portofr MonacoFernando Morientes - 9
2002-2003UEFA Champions League72it Milanit JuventusRuud van Nistelrooy - 12
2001-2002UEFA Champions League72es Real Madridde Bayer LeverkusenRuud van Nistelrooy - 10
2000-2001UEFA Champions League72de Bayern Muniches ValenciaRaúl - 7
1999-2000UEFA Champions League71es Real Madrides ValenciaRivaldo, Mário Jardel... - 10

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