Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp is keeping his emotions in check ahead of the biggest game of his life.
Klopp has guided Dortmund back to the summit of European football, with two Bundesliga titles in three years and a Champions League final appearance tomorrow night against Bayern Munich.
However, he spoke to PUMA on the eve of the final and was staying composed about what was ahead of his young side.
When asked about his f...More
Wembley plays host to the first all-German Champions League Final on 25th May, when Bayern Munich do battle against Bundesliga compatriots Borussia Dortmund.
The two sides, who will finish the current domestic season as champions and runners-up respectively, have attracted plaudits from around Europe for their impressive displays in the tournament this season.
Dortmund were able to see off the challenge of Spaniards Real Madrid empha...More
Both Chelsea and interim manager Rafael Benitez are chasing history as they prepare to face Benfica in Amsterdam in the final of the Europa League.
Should the Blues take victory, they will not only be the first side to hold both the Champions League and the Europa League titles at the same time (with this year’s Champions League final being held on May 25), but will also become only the fourth team to make it a clean sweep of Europe...More
Chelsea will receive no more extra tickets from UEFA ahead of next week’s UEFA Europa League final with Benfica, say ITV Sport.
The final, which takes place next Wednesday (15 May), will be held in Ajax’s Amsterdam ArenA stadium, which holds a 48,000 capacity.
However, Chelsea have been only allocated 9,800 tickets for the second European showpiece final, dismaying the Chelsea Supporters Trust, who claim some fans will miss out des...More
After watching La Liga rivals Real Madrid just fail to overturn what looked an impossible deficit to the Bundesliga’s Borussia Dortmund last night, Barcelona face what looks an even greater task as they attempt to become the first side in Champions League history to come back from a 4-0 first-leg defeat.
The Catalans were completely blown apart in the Allianz Arena a week ago as an irrepressible Bayern took advantage of a Lionel Mess...More
Chelsea’s fixture pile-up continues as they head to St-Jakob Park for the opening leg of their Europa League semi final with FC Basel.
The Blues are bidding to become only the fourth side to win all three of UEFA’s major club competitions, having won the now-defunct Cup Winners’ Cup in 1971 and 1998 as well as last season’s Champions League.
With Turkish and Portuguese giants Fenerbahce and Benfica facing off in the other semi-final...More
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