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2019/20 Champions League match and draw calendar

JUNE

11 June: Preliminary round draw, Nyon
18 June: First and second qualifying round draws, Nyon
25 June: Preliminary round semi-finals
28 June: Preliminary round final

JULY

9/10 July: First qualifying round, first leg
16/17 July: First qualifying round, second leg
22 July: Third qualifying round draw, Nyon
23/24 July: Second qualifying round, first leg
30/31 July: Second qualifying round, second leg

AUGUST

The play-off draw takes place in August 2018

The play-off draw takes place in August 2018©Sportsfile

5 August: Play-off round draw, Nyon
6/7 August: Third qualifying round, first leg
13 August: Third qualifying round, second leg
20/21 August: Play-off round, first leg
27/28 August: Play-off round, second leg
29 August: Group stage draw, Monaco

SEPTEMBER

17/18 September: Group stage, matchday one

OCTOBER

1/2 October: Group stage, matchday two
22/23 October: Group stage, matchday three

NOVEMBER

5/6 November: Group stage, matchday four
26/27 November: Group stage, matchday five

DECEMBER

The round of 16 draw will be in December

The round of 16 draw will be in December©UEFA via Getty Images

10/11 December: Group stage, matchday six
16 December: Round of 16 draw, Nyon

FEBRUARY

18/19/25/26 February: Round of 16, first leg

MARCH

10/11/17/18 March: Round of 16, second leg
20 March: Quarter-final and semi-final draws, Nyon

APRIL

7/8 April: Quarter-finals, first leg
14/15 April: Quarter-finals, second leg
28/29 April: Semi-finals, first leg

MAY

5/6 May: Semi-finals, second leg
30 May: Final – Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadı, Istanbul

All dates are provisional and subject to change by UEFA.

Article source: https://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/news/newsid=2589462.html?rss=2589462+2019/20+Champions+League+match+and+draw+calendar


Petr Čech to retire: Champions League’s greatest goalkeepers

After Petr Čech’s announcement that he is set to retire at the end of the season, UEFA.com takes a look at where the 36-year-old stands in the pantheon of UEFA Champions League goalkeeping greats.

2012 FINAL: ČECH’S FINEST HOUR

Goalkeepers: Most European Cup appearances

European Cup (ECCC)/UEFA Champions League (UCL) games including qualifying; Totals in brackets is group stage to final only

*Clean sheets include partial games: e.g. Lehmann’s in the first 18 minutes of the 2006 UCL final

Van der Sar (Ajax 1995 and United 2008) is the only goalkeeper to have won the ECCC/UCL with two teams.

Goalkeepers who have played in the most UEFA club competition* games

Casillas is still going strong with Porto

Casillas is still going strong with Porto©Getty Images

184: Iker Casillas (Real Madrid, Porto)
171: Pepe Reina (Barcelona, Villarreal, Liverpool, Napoli, AC Milan)
163: Gianluigi Buffon (Parma, Juventus, Paris)
143: Olexandr Shovkovskiy (Dynamo Kyiv)
143: Edwin van der Sar (Ajax, Juventus, Fulham, Manchester United)
142: Oliver Kahn (Karlsruhe, Bayern München)
131: Petr Čech (Chmel Blšany, Sparta, Chelsea, Arsenal)
125: Frank Rost (Werder Bremen, Schalke, Hamburg)
118: Víctor Valdes (Barcelona)
116: Jens Lehmann (Schalke, Dortmund, Arsenal, Stuttgart) 

*Includes European Cup/UEFA Champions League (ECCC/UCL), UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League, UEFA Super Cup, UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, UEFA Intertoto Cup and European/South American Cup

Goalkeepers who have won the most caps for a UEFA nation

176: Gianluigi Buffon (Italy)
167: Iker Casillas (Spain)
143: Thomas Ravelli (Sweden)
134: Shay Given (Republic of Ireland)
133: Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
130= Edwin van der Sar (Netherlands)
130= Peter Jehle (Liechtenstein)
129: Peter Schmeichel (Denmark)
126: Andoni Zubizarreta (Spain)
125: Peter Shilton (England)
124: Petr Čech (Czech Republic)

Goalkeepers who have won the most ECCC/UCL titles

Keylor Navas has won the Champions League three times

Keylor Navas has won the Champions League three times©Getty Images

3= Keylor Navas (Real Madrid 2016, 2017, 2018)
3=
Juan Alonso (Real Madrid 1956, 1957, 1958)
3= Iker Casillas (Real Madrid 2000, 2002, 2014)
3= Ray Clemence (Liverpool 1977, 1978, 1981)
3= Sepp Maier (Bayern München 1974, 1975, 1976)
3= Heinz Stuy* (Ajax 1971, 1972, 1973)
3= Víctor Valdes (Barcelona 2006, 2009, 2011)

*Uniquely, Stuy kept clean sheets in all of his finals

Goalkeepers who have won all three major UEFA club competitions*

Vítor Baía (ECCC/UCL: Porto, 2004, ECWC: Barcelona, 1997, UCUP/UEL: Porto, 2003)
Stefano Tacconi (ECCC/UCL: 1985, Juventus, ECWC: Juventus, 1984, UCUP/UEL: Juventus, 1990)

*Includes European Cup/UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League, UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup

Goalkeepers who have scored the most ECCC/UCL goals

3: Hans-Jörg Butt (Hamburg, Leverkusen, Bayern München)*
2= Vincent Enyeama (Hapoel Tel-Aviv)
2= Dimitar Ivankov (Levski Sofia)
1= Sinan Bolat (Standard Liège)
1= Eloy Casals (Santa Coloma)

*Butt converted penalties against Juventus for three clubs

Youngest goalkeeper to win the ECCC/UCL

Iker Casillas (Real Madrid v Valencia, 2000) – 19 years 4 days 2000

Oldest goalkeeper to win the ECCC/UCL

Van der Sar with the trophy in 2008

Van der Sar with the trophy in 2008©Getty Images

Edwin van der Sar (Manchester United v Chelsea, 2008) – 37 years 205 days

Youngest goalkeeper to play in the ECCC/UCL

Mile Svilar (Benfica v Manchester United, 18/10/17) – 18 years and 52 days

Oldest goalkeeper to play in the ECCC/UCL

Marco Ballotta (Real Madrid v Lazio, 11/12/07) – 43 years and 253 days

Oldest goalkeeper to play in an ECCC/UCL final

Dino Zoff (Hamburg 1-0 Juventus, 1983) – 41 years 86 days

Most consecutive ECCC/UCL clean sheets

9: Jens Lehmann (Arsenal, 09/03/05-17/05/06*)

*Lehmann was dismissed (having not conceded) 18 minutes into the final game of that run – Arsenal’s 2006 UEFA Champions League final loss to Barcelona


2019/20 Europa League match and draw calendar

JUNE

11 June: Preliminary round draw, Nyon
18 June: Second qualifying round draw (Champions path), Nyon
19 June: First and second qualifying round draws (Main path), Nyon
27 June: Preliminary round, first leg

JULY

4 July: Preliminary round, second leg
11 July: First qualifying round, first leg
18 July: First qualifying round, second leg
22 July: Third qualifying round draw, Nyon
25 July: Second qualifying round, first leg

AUGUST

The play-off draw takes place in August

The play-off draw takes place in August©UEFA via Getty Images

1 August: Second qualifying round, second leg
5 August: Play-off round draw, Nyon
8 August: Third qualifying round, first leg
15 August: Third qualifying round, second leg
22 August: Play-off round, first leg
29 August: Play-off round, second leg
30 August: Group stage draw, Monaco

SEPTEMBER

19 September: Group stage, matchday one

OCTOBER

3 October: Group stage, matchday two
24 October: Group stage, matchday three

NOVEMBER

7 November: Group stage, matchday four
28 November: Group stage, matchday five

DECEMBER

12 December: Group stage, matchday six
16 December: Round of 32 draw, Nyon

FEBRUARY

Who will lift the trophy in Gdansk in May?

Who will lift the trophy in Gdansk in May?©Getty Images

20 February: Round of 32, first leg
27 February: Round of 32, second leg
28 February: Round of 16 draw, Nyon

MARCH

12 March: Round of 16, first leg
19 March: Round of 16, second leg
20 March: Quarter-final and semi-final draws, Nyon

APRIL

9 April: Quarter-finals, first leg
16 April: Quarter-finals, second leg
30 April: Semi-finals, first leg

MAY

7 May: Semi-finals, second leg
27 May: Final – Arena Gdańsk, Gdansk

All dates are provisional and subject to change by UEFA.

Article source: https://www.uefa.com/uefaeuropaleague/news/newsid=2589463.html?rss=2589463+2019/20+Europa+League+match+and+draw+calendar


UEFA Futsal Champions League finals draw: 1 February

The UEFA Futsal Champions League finals draw will be made on Friday 1 February at half-time of the Kazakhstan v Croatia friendly at Baluan Sholak Sport Palace, which kicks off at 14:30CET (19:30 local time).

Kairat Almaty will host the finals in late April at Almaty Arena. In the draw, which will set the semi-finals, they will be joined by Inter FS along with the team that holders Inter beat in the last two finals under the former UEFA Futsal Cup branding, Sporting CP, plus Kairat’s fellow two-time winners Barça.

Baluan Sholak Sport Palace staged the 2011 finals, and in the last four that year Sporting beat Kairat 3-2 in the semis before losing to Città di Montesilvano.

Article source: https://www.uefa.com/futsalcup/news/newsid=2589707.html?rss=2589707+UEFA+Futsal+Champions+League+finals+draw:+1+February



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