Everton Vs. Newcastle United - Premier League

Wayne Rooney, Everton Fc, D.C. United


Wayne Rooney left Everton this summer

Wayne Rooney made his MLS debut with D.C. United, playing 32 minutes in their opening game 3-1 victory against Vancouver Whitecaps at home at Audi Field. Everton superstar striker Rooney left Everton and the England Premier League during the summer transfer window to play in the United States for MLS club DC United based in Washington DC.

England’s record goalscorer had rejoined the Toffees after 13 years at Manchester United, where he is also the all-time leading scorer, last summer but has left just 12 months later for a new challenge in the United States. Rooney turns 33 in October. 

 “It is fantastic to be joining DC United at such an exciting time in the club’s history with the new stadium opening in just a few weeks,” said Rooney, who signed a three-and-a-half-year contract. “Moving to America and MLS fulfills another career ambition for me. I have the hunger to be a success here and will give DC 100% – as I have always done for every team I have ever played for. When I visited earlier this summer I was really impressed with everyone I met connected with the club, and of course the new Audi Field. Now I can’t wait to get on the pitch in a United shirt and join my new teammates to bring success to this club.”

DC United are successful in a deal to sign Everton forward Wayne Rooney who rejoined his boyhood club Everton in July 2017 having spent 13 seasons at Manchester United. DC United wanted to get a deal "over the line" to bring former Man United and England captain Wayne Rooney to MLS, says coach Ben Olsen. Everton had given Rooney permission to speak to the American club and a deal has been agreed. Rooney, 32, is believed to have been offered a deal until the end of the 2020 season. Rooney, who still has a year left on his contract at Goodison Park, has visited Washington in a fact-finding mission. Roo made 40 appearances for Everton last season and was their top goal scorer with 11 goals. Rooney holds the record for scoring the most goals in history for Manchester United.

"There is interest in Wayne Rooney from our end and I think there is interest from his end too," added DC United manager Olsen. "Nothing is done, so I don't want to get into talk of arrival until he actually arrives. Nothing is ever done in this world when you're looking at a deal of this scope and size. We'll see, but hopefully, we can get it done."

Former Manchester United celeb-star Zlatan Ibrahimovic transferred from Manchester United recently to compete for MLS club LA Galaxy. Ibra formerly also played for Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona and has been awarded Sweden's best male player award, the Guldbollen, 11 times since 2005.

Everton Vs. Newcastle United - Premier League

Everton FC had a good season last year finishing 8th in the top half of the English Premier League with 49 points. The 2018 - 2019 campaign promises to be an exciting season for the Toffees who are committed to earning a top of the Premier League Table finish to earn qualification for the Champions League the following season under the leadership of newly hired manager Marco da Silva. Silva is a Portuguese football manager and former player, who played as a right back. With Sam Allardyce gone, Wayne Rooney may decide to stay at Everton.

Manchester City v Watford - Premier League

Newly hired Everton manager Marco da Silva

In the past, Everton won the FA Cup 5 times, the Premier League title 9 times, and the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup 1 time. Historically, Everton are one of the most successful English clubs in the Premier League. The club have a large fan base mostly from the North West of England; they also have traveling fans from North Wales and Ireland and many supporters clubs worldwide! Dating back to 1892, Everton’s arch rival is Liverpool F.C. The two giant clubs battle in a popular annual match known as the Merseyside derby.

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Everton matches are divided into Category A and Category B fixtures, with the former including the Merseyside Derby and home games against “Big Six” clubs like Manchester United. Adult prices are usually cheapest for the Family Enclosure, then for the Lower Bullens and Lower Gwladys Street followed by the Top Balcony, Upper Gwladys, and Paddock. The most expensive seats are in the Park End. For Category A games, around £4 is added to the cost of the tickets listed above. Junior tickets are available for Category B games, with around £3 added on for Category A fixtures.

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The fixtures, dates, and locations of all 380 Premier League matches in the upcoming 2018-19 season are currently published on the website for all elite 20 EPL clubs. The 2018-19 season will begin on August 11, 2018 with three newly promoted clubs in the prestigious competition. Who will your favorite club be facing in their opening clash? The dates and stadiums for the local derbies have been revealed on June 14th – the date of the opening match of World Cup 2018.

What England Premier League club has won the most Premier League titles since 1992? The answer is Manchester United who won 13 titles under Sir Alex Ferguson while Chelsea won 5 league titles, followed by Arsenal’s 3, and Manchester City who grabbed three premier league titles to date, the last one coming in the 2017-18 season.

  • Manchester United – 13 Titles
  • Chelsea – 5 titles
  • Arsenal – 3 titles
  • Manchester City – 3 titles
  • Blackburn Rovers – 1 title
  • Leicester City – 1 title

Here is a list of the clubs that will compete in the upcoming season for the Premier League title, trophy, and a spot in the 2019-2020 Champions League tournament. Fulham will be competing at Craven Cottage (manager Slavisa Jokanovic) in the top tier of English football after defeating Aston Villa 1-0 in the Championship play-off final. Wolverhampton Wanderers (Molineux Stadium) and Cardiff City (manager Neil Warnock) are the other newly promoted clubs that are the new kids on the block. Football Tickets for the titan “Big Six” EPL clubs that include Man City, Man United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Tottenham Hotspur will be in great demand. Buy Premier League tickets early – get great seats to support your favorite club from the world’s top football ticket marketplace. Here is a list of all 20 Premier League sides along with links to buy football tickets for the most popular clubs.

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Premier League clubs getting ready for the 2018/19 season will be competing in some mouth-watering fixtures this summer to prepare for the new EPL season, due to start on 11 August.

England Premier League Clubs’ summer friendly fixtures


26 July Arsenal v Atletico Madrid (Singapore Sports Hub) International Champions Cup (ICC)

28 July Arsenal v Paris Saint Germain (Singapore Sports Hub) ICC

4 August Arsenal v Chelsea (Friends Arena, Stockholm) ICC

Brighton & Hove Albion

14 July v St Gallen (TBC)

21 July v AFC Wimbledon (Cherry Red Records Stadium)

24 July v Charlton Athletic (The Valley)

28 July v Birmingham City (St Andrew's Stadium)

3 August v TBC (Amex Stadium)


13 July v Cork City (Turner's Cross)

20 July v Macclesfield Town (Moss Rose)

20 July v Curzon Ashton (Tameside Stadium)

23 July v Preston North End (Deepdale)

26 July v TBC (UEFA Europa League 2nd qualifying round, first leg)

29 July v Montpellier (Turf Moor)

2 August v TBC (UEFA Europa League 2nd qualifying round, second leg)

5 August v TBC (Turf Moor)

Cardiff City

16 July v Tavistock AFC (Langsford Park)

18 July v Bodmin Town (Priory Park)

20 July v Torquay United (Plainmoor)


23 July Chelsea v Perth Glory (Optus Stadium, Perth)

28 July Chelsea v Sevilla (National Stadium, Warsaw) ICC

1 Aug Chelsea v Inter Milan (Ullevi Stadium, Gothenburg) ICC

4 Aug Chelsea v Arsenal (Friends Arena) ICC

5 Aug Chelsea v Man City (Wembley) FA Community Shield

Crystal Palace

21 July v Oxford United (Kassam Stadium)

24 July v Stevenage (Lamex Stadium)

28 July v Reading (Madejski Stadium)

31 July v Boreham Wood (Meadow Park)

7 August v Kingstonian (Kingsmeadow)

Everton Vs. Newcastle United - Premier League


4 August Everton v Valencia (Goodison Park)

Huddersfield Town

14 July v Accrington Stanley (Wham Stadium, Accrington)

Leicester City

1 August v Valencia (King Power Stadium)


22 July Liverpool v Borussia Dortmund (Bank of America Stadium, N Carolina) ICC

25 July Liverpool v Manchester City (MetLife Stadium, New York) ICC

28 July Liverpool v Manchester United (Michigan Stadium) ICC

4 Aug v Napoli (Aviva Stadium, Dublin)

Manchester City

20 July Manchester City v Borussia Dortmund (Soldier Field Stadium, Chicago) ICC

25 July Manchester City v Liverpool (MetLife Stadium) ICC

28 July Manchester City v Bayern Munich (Hard Rock Stadium, Miami) ICC

5 Aug Manchester City v Chelsea (Wembley) FA Community Shield

Manchester United

19 July Manchester United v Club America (Phoenix University Stadium, Arizona)

22 July Manchester United v San Jose Earthquakes (Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara)

25 July Manchester United v AC Milan (Rose Bowl Stadium, LA) ICC

28 July Manchester United v Liverpool (Michigan Stadium) ICC

31 July Manchester United v Real Madrid (Hard Rock Stadium) ICC


5 July v FC Schalke 04 (Kunshan Stadium, Kunshan, China) Club Super Cup

11 July v Jiangsu Suning (Xuzhou Olympic Sports Centre Stadium, China) Club Super Cup

Tottenham Hotspur

25 July Tottenham Hotspur v Roma (SDCCU Stadium, San Diego) ICC

28 July Tottenham Hotspur v Barcelona (Rose Bowl Stadium) ICC

31 July Tottenham Hotspur v AC Milan (US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis) ICC


28 July v Brentford (Griffin Park, Brentford)

Wolverhampton Wanderers

10-14 July v Basel (Switzerland) Uhrencup

10-14 July v Young Boys (Switzerland) Uhrencup

25 July v Stoke City (bet365 Stadium) 


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Real Madrid v Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Final

Gareth Bale celebrates scoring the winning goal for Real Madrid!

Real Madrid v Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Final

Welshman Gareth Bale's spectacular overhead kick

Real Madrid

Real Madrid "Kings of Europe"

Karius makes a gift of a goal to Krim Benzema

Real Madrid's Karim Benzema scored the match opening goal


Mane makes it 1-1 with a balletic leaping volley

Sadio Mane scores goal for Liverpool Fc


Real Madrid continued their dominance of the Champions League by claiming their 13th European title in Kiev. Saturday's 3-1 Champions League final victory against Premier League giant club Liverpool will long be remembered for Welshman Gareth Bale's spectacular overhead kick and two surprising errors made by Reds goalkeeper Loris Karius. Real Madrid footballers were crowned “King of Europe” and wrote their names in European football folklore by winning the Champions League for the fourth time in five years, and it was manager Zinedine Zidane's third title in a row. The Spain La Liga titans have claimed more trophies, won more matches and scored more goals than any other side to date.

Mo Salah and Dani Carvajal left the match early in the first half in tears after being injured. In the second half, Karim Benzema scored the match opening goal for Real Madrid due to a Karius error. Reds goalkeeper Lorius Karius underarmed the ball out and Karim Benzema blocked it, diverting it into the net for a goal. Karius claimed Benzema had a raised foot but he didn't. Liverpool's goalkeeper cost them a goal. Within five minutes Sadio Mane scored the equalizer for Liverpool. Gareth Bale scored a stunner for Real Madrid. Welshman Bale replaced Isco and scored barely 3 minutes later with a left-foot bicycle-kick from 18 yards out. He had to get up high to meet the cross and surprisingly acrobatically scored an unstoppable goal for Los Blancos to the delight of supporters and his teammates. 

Real Madrid v Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Final


Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius gifted Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema an easy goal for the opener in Kiev. He later allowed a Gareth Bale shot to slip through his hands for Real's third goal. On Sunday, Karius posted on social media: "I'm infinitely sorry to my team-mates, for you fans, and for all the staff."

European Cup wins by club

13 Real Madrid (16 finals wins)

7 AC Milan (11)

5 Bayern München (10)

5 Liverpool (8)

5 Barcelona (8)

4 Ajax (6)

3 Internazionale Milano (5)

3 Manchester United (5)

2 Benfica (7)

2 Juventus (9)

2 Nottingham Forest (2)

2 Porto (2)

1 Borussia Dortmund (2)

1 Celtic FC (2)

1 Hamburg (2) 

1 Steaua București (2)

1 Marseille (2)

1 Borussia Dortmund (2)

1 Chelsea (2)

1 Feyenoord (1)

1 Aston Villa (1)

1 PSV Eindhoven (1)

1 Crvena Zvezda (1)

Real Madrid v Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Final

Welshman Gareth Bale's spectacular overhead kick

Real Madrid v Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Final

Real Madrid v Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Final

2018 UEFA Champions League Final Squads

Real Madrid

Keylor Navas; Dani Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane, Marcelo; Casemiro, Toni Kroos, Luka Modric; Isco, Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema. Substitutes Kiko Casilla, Nacho, Theo Hernandez, Mateo Kovacic, Lucas Vazquez, Gareth Bale, Marco Asensio.


Loris Karius; Trent Alexander-Arnold, Dejan Lovren, Virgil van Dijk, Andrew Robertson; Georginio Wijnaldum, Jordan Henderson, James Milner; Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane. Subs: Simon Mignolet, Nathaniel Clyne, Alberto Moreno, Ragnar Kalavan, Emre Can, Adam Lallana, Dominic Solanke.

Referee Milorad Mazic (Serbia)

Mo Salah has to depart with an injured shoulder

Mohamed Salah

Jurgen Klopp hugs a distressed Mo Salah

Liverpool's Mo Salah leaves in tears as his Champions League final debut ends in early injury heartbreak

Dani Carvajal's Champions League final ends in Injury for the second successive year

Dani Carvajal's Champions League final ends in Injury and tears

Liverpool's dressing room in Kiev



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Jamie Vardy, Leicester City; Harry Kane, Spurs; Raheem Sterling, Manchester City confirmed to World Cup Squad 


England manager Gareth Southgate confirms his World Cup 2018 squad

The first World Cup 2018 match takes place on Thursday, June 14 in Moscow, Russia. The World Cup opening match Russia v Saudi Arabia at Luchniki Stadium will raise the curtain on the World Cup tournament while champions Portugal face Spain the next day on Friday, June 15 at Fishi Stadium in Sochi. The group stage concludes on Thursday, June 28 when we will know the Last 16 teams heading into the second half of the competition.

The countdown to the World Cup in Russia is well underway as Gareth Southgate and other national team managers put together their squads for the summer showpiece. Strikers Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, Jamie Vardy, Raheem Sterling, and Danny Welbeck are among the lucky footballers to be named to the 2018 England World Cup Russia squad by England manager Gareth Southgate. The England team will be based around 20 miles from St Petersburg at the four-star ForRestMix hotel ahead of group matches against Tunisia, Panama, and Belgium. Who will emerge victorious in Moscow on July 15? 

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2018 England World Cup squad

Goalkeepers: Butland (Stoke), Pickford (Everton), Pope (Burnley)
Defenders: Jones (Man Utd), Cahill (Chelsea), Walker (Man City), Trippier (Tottenham), Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Rose (Tottenham), Young (Man Utd), Stones (Man City), Maguire (Leicester)
Midfielders: Dier (Tottenham Hotspur), Henderson (Liverpool), Delph (Man City), Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea), Lingard (Man Utd),

Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur)
Forwards: Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Jamie Vardy (Leicester City),

Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), Danny Welbeck (Arsenal).

Stand-by list: Heaton (Burnley), Tarkowski (Burnley), L Cook (Bournemouth), Livermore (West Brom), Lallana (Liverpool).


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England manager Gareth Southgate and England captain Harry Kane


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A.S. Roma Vs. Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Semi Final Second Leg

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has named Sadio Mane to his Champions League Final squad


Today Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp named a 24-man traveling squad that includes Karius, Salah, Mane, Firmino, and Mignolet for Liverpool's Champions League final clash with Real Madrid coming up in Kiev on Saturday night.

The Reds depart Merseyside for Kiev on Thursday afternoon to begin the final stage of their training ahead of facing the current "Kings of Europe" and holders, giant Spain La Liga club Real Madrid in a fierce battle for the Champions League trophy. Will the trophy stay in Madrid or travel to Merseyside after the clash?

Liverpool Vs. A.S. Roma - UEFA Champions League Semi Final Leg One

Liverpool Champions League Final Squad

Karius, Clyne, Van Dijk, Wijnaldum, Lovren, Milner, Firmino, Salah, Henderson, Klavan, Moreno, Mane, Lallana, Mignolet, Can, Robertson, Ings, Solanke, Phillips, Jones, Ward, Woodburn, Camacho, Alexander-Arnold.

After conducting a training session at Melwood this morning, Klopp, his staff, and the football players had lunch before leaving on their flight from John Lennon Airport. Upon touching down in the Ukrainian capital at around 7.30pm local time, the group will have dinner together at the hotel. Liverpool will then train on Friday evening at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev, the venue for the much-anticipated showpiece match against Real Madrid.

Liverpool Training Session And Press Conference

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson will lead the Reds out onto the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium pitch on Saturday evening, certain his side is the most unified that he has ever been part of. This weekend’s Champions League final will see the Reds take on Real Madrid for the right to be crowned winners of European football’s most elite club competition. Liverpool last reached the Champions League final in 2007, four years before Henderson’s Anfield career began and eight years prior to him succeeding popular Steven Gerrard as the club’s skipper. The England international talked about how their thrilling season has been driven by a strong sense of togetherness among Jürgen Klopp’s men.

“I see great togetherness, I think about how well they have done, from the first day of pre-season how well they have worked - they all deserve to be in this position to play in a Champions League final,” Henderson told, after being asked what he sees when he looks around the Reds’ dressing room,” said Henderson. “Every single day in training throughout the season they have given everything and you get your rewards at the end of it. To play in a Champions League final is a dream for everyone but you want to remember it for the right reasons and that’s because you’ve won it, so like I say we’ve got to keep going, keep working hard and give everything when the time comes. It’s probably the strongest team spirit I’ve been involved in. I know it’s easy for me to say that, but I think you can see that on the pitch, to be honest, and the performances. To get to the Champions League final is difficult, never easy, so I think you can see how together everybody is when people score goals and people score their first goals like the other week with Andy and Dom. I think you see how much it means to the whole team, not just the individuals, and I think that’s massively important in what we are trying to do, so we’ve got to continue that. I’m sure there will be new players coming in the summer as well, which they will be coming into a very good group of players, and hopefully, they can strengthen us to win trophies.”

Liverpool v Brighton and Hove Albion - Premier League

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson

Liverpool has lost only once in 12 Champions League games this term, scoring 40 times in the process. Progress in the quarter-finals and semi-finals, past Manchester City and AS Roma respectively, was celebrated after full-time with joyous scenes at Etihad Stadium and Stadio Olimpico. Henderson talked about the effect of team and supporters unity to their success.

“Massive,” Henderson said. “I think you can see how close we are off the pitch that translates onto the pitch. I think the manager has got a really special group of players that he has put together in terms of talent of course, but [also] in terms of people, how they go about themselves on and off the field. We’ve worked really well together as a team and hopefully, for the next few years we can start building and become successful again.”

Liverpool FC v Sevilla FC - UEFA Champions League

“Amazing,” Henderson continued. “Not only at Anfield, where we have had some special nights, especially in the Champions League but away from home. You saw in Rome when we were celebrating with the fans, that was an amazing feeling and moment because of how the connection between the players, the club, the fans is massive really, and it’s a big part of Liverpool. The fans play a huge part in us being successful as a team. They have played a big part in getting us to the final and the nights at Anfield, it’s so hard to describe how you feel as a player walking out there to them singing You’ll Never Walk Alone. To put on the performance that we did makes it a lot easier because they were outstanding so hopefully they can travel in their numbers to Kiev and make it a special place there.”

Klopp said recently that Henderson and his teammates could be ‘remembered in 500 years’ if they were to become the sixth team in Liverpool’s history to lift the European Cup. Earning a prominent place in Liverpool's glorious history appeals to Henderson.

“That’s what we are trying to do, create our own history,” said Henderson. “We are a fantastic team with some great players and a world-class manager, so we want to create our history by winning trophies - and that’s what you get judged on at the end of the day, being successful. And then in 20 or 30 years’ time, hopefully people can look back on this team and say how good it was and how special it was what they achieved.”

Liverpool Vs. A.S. Roma - UEFA Champions League Semi Final Leg One

Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah were Liverpool's top goal scorers in the 2017-2018 Champions League 

Mo Salah broke the Premier League record with the most goals in a 38-game season. Egyptian Salah paid tribute to his Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp's influence on his debut campaign at Anfield. 

"From the first day, we were friends - he treated me like a friend so we are very close to each other, but still he is the boss and I am the player," said Salah. "As a coach - as you can see - everyone knows him."

Liverpool are the top-scoring club in this season's Champions League competition, with their dtnamic trio of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, and Roberto Firmino contributing 29 of the club's 40 goals.

Champions League 2017-18 Top Scorers at Real Madrid & Liverpool

1 Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid 15 Goals scored, 3 Assists

2 Roberto Firmino, Liverpool, 10 Goals scored, 7 Assists

3 Mohamed Salah, Liverpool, 10 Goals scored, 4 Assists

4 Sadio Mané, Liverpool, 9 Goals scored, 1 Assists

Olimpiysky Stadium

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A.S. Roma Vs. Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Semi Final Second Leg

Loris Karius, Liverpool's No.1 goalkeeper

Mohamed Salah and Cristiano Ronaldo come head-to-head on Saturday

Cristiano Ronaldo v Mo Salah

Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo is the current Ballon d'or winner. Liverpool’s Mo Salah may have the next one. Ronaldo is the Champions League's all-time leading scorer, having scored an amazing total of 120 goals, as well as Real Madrid's all-time top scorer and a four-time winner of the Champions League competition. Ronaldo, who turned 33 this year, has scored 42 club goals this season. Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has scored more club goals than Ronaldo this season. The former Roma winger has enjoyed an incredible first season with Jurgen Klopp at Anfield scoring 43 goals - 10 in the ChamPions League to become just the third player in Liverpool history to score 40+ goals in a single season while winning additional personal accolades. If the twenty-four year-old-Egyptian Salah can outshine Ronaldo in Kiev, the ultimate individual prize, the Ballon d'or, may be his next prize.


Juventus v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League Final

Real superstar Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after winning the 2017 UEFA Champions League Final between Juventus and Real Madrid at National Stadium of Wales on June 3 in Cardiff, Wales.

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Real Madrid face Premier League giant side Liverpool in Saturday's Champions League final at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev (kick-off 19:45 BST). Super aggressive Real have won the competition 3 times in the past 4 seasons, while Liverpool FC enjoyed their last European victory in 2005. The Champions League final promises to be a rare and mouth-watering meeting of outstanding giant clubs that will surely live up to its billing as the top event in European football. Real Madrid and Liverpool have 17 European Cups between them - however, Liverpool’s stellar total of five titles is dwarfed by the Spanish club’s twelve.

Titan Spain La Liga club and 12 times Champions League winners Real Madrid have earned their spot in a third consecutive Champions League final, and they have the chance to do something historic if Los Blancos win the competition for three successive seasons. The last club to win the Champions League final three times in a row was Bayern Munich between 1974-1976. Notably, Real won the European league trophy in its first 5 years, 1956-1960 when it was known as the European Cup.

Juventus v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League Final

Teammates, fans, and coaches are once again counting on Real superstar Cristiano Ronaldo who scored 2 goals in last year's 4-1 Champions League 2017 final victory against giant German Bundesliga club Juventus. And in 2016, CR7 netted the winning penalty in the shootout against Spanish La Liga arch-rivals Atletico Madrid. Ronaldo scored the winner in extra-time against opponents Atletico Madrid in 2014.

As a result, Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane believes his star forward Ronaldo will have the "most possible" influence as a key footballer in the final, saying the Portugal international "is the best so it will be the maximum".

Juventus v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League Final

Cristiano Ronaldo who won the "Man of the Match" in 2017 is confident and fired up to make history going into the Champions League final again.

"We can make history if we win 3 Champions Leagues in a row, but we're not looking at it like that," said Ronaldo. "I am keeping the faith, I feel good about it. These finals are always special occasions. We need to respect Liverpool. They deserve their place in the final. They remind me of the Real Madrid of days gone by, with fast, pacey forwards. I think we are better, but of course, you always have to respect your rivals."

Real Madrid’s German midfielder Toni Kroos talked about his side’s driven opponents from the English Premier League.

"Liverpool will have 11 players running like wild animals, they will be driven for the full 90 minutes and they'll be playing at 100% or more if possible. Their front line is impressive but they have a good defense and a solid midfield. Being favorites does not mean anything."

Twenty-eight-year-old Gareth Bale became the world's most expensive player when he joined Real Madrid from Tottenham Hotspur for £85m in 2013. Real Madrid’s popular Welsh forward Bale says reaching a fourth Champions League final has "blown any expectations I had out of the water". Bale featured in the recent Real Champions League triumphs, also winning the Spain La Liga and the Copa del Rey.

"This is history," said Bale. "I came to this great club to win titles and it is going to be a special day. I feel great, I am ready for the final. Last year we got our second Champions League in a row and now we want more. We know this is no mean feat, we are up against a determined side. I think I am on fine form physically. I never imagined playing in so many finals. I have played in three and this could be a fourth win, it has blown any expectations I had out of the water."

Juventus v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League Final

French manager Zinedine Zidane has to decide whether or not Bale will start in the final on Saturday after the Wales international's 5 goals in his past 4 starts.

"He is playing very well, he has scored many goals recently," said Zidane. "Not only that but he has been very consistent. He has not played so much, but the last three games he has played he has played well."

Manager Zidane included every first-team player on the squad list. He will make his final list at game time, given that only seven players are allowed on the bench.

Real Madrid Squad for Champions League Final

Goalkeepers: Navas, Casilla, Luca.

Defenders: Carvajal, Ramos, Varane, Nacho, Marcelo, Theo, Vallejo, Achraf.

Midfielders: Kroos, Modric, Casemiro, Asensio, Isco, Ceballos, Llorente, Kovacic.

Forwards: Cristiano Ronaldo, Benzema, Bale, Lucas Vazquez, Mayoral.

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Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool manager

Liverpool update

Meanwhile, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes his Liverpool side's "desire, attitude and work-rate" will help them to defeat "experienced" 12-time European champions Real Madrid. Five-time winners Liverpool face the Spanish giants, who are attempting to win their third straight Champions League, in Saturday's final in Kiev. The Reds fought hard throughout the season and won a spot in the Champions League final for the first time since 2007. Klopp has told his side to be "brave" and play in the same way they did when they defeated current 2017-2018 English Premier League champions Man City in the quarter-finals and Roma in the semi-finals.

"Real Madrid are more experienced," said Reds boss Klopp. "Experience is important in life, but it is not the only thing. You can level it with desire, attitude, and work-rate, and that is why I love football. We will try in a very positive way to show the boys why it makes so much sense to be really brave. It was not easy to be brave against Manchester City, it was not easy to be brave against Roma. But the boys did it."

And of course Jurgen Klopp is counting on the performance of the Premier League’s top goal scorer this season, Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah, who is reportedly valued at £148m by CIES Football Observatory, £54m more than four-time Champions League winner Ronaldo.

Joe Gomez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Joel Matip are ruled out of the Champions League final. German midfielder Emre Can, who has missed the past two months with a back injury, trained with the rest of the squad at Anfield on Monday. Klopp was cautious about Can being involved in the final.

"It depends always on the reaction. But let me put it this way, 10 days ago I didn't think it is possible he could do what he did today. It looked good. It was really positive but we have to wait. The door is open - he is really desperate to be a part. We shall see."

James Milner, who missed the final Premier League game of the season against Brighton, also trained. Former Spain midfielder Xabi Alonso, who has previously won the Champions League with both Liverpool and Real Madrid, is betting on the Reds to win.

"I think that to win, Liverpool will have to play an almost perfect match and will have to prepare everything in every detail, analysing all the strengths and weaknesses of Madrid and how to tackle them. I don't think Madrid will change the way they play for Liverpool. I think they've had a very specific way of playing in recent years, and the players know how to orchestrate it very well. In fact, it's in the big games that they're the best, and I'm sure we'll see a great Real Madrid in the final."

Juventus v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League Final

About Real Madrid C.F.

Millions of fans around the world believe that Real Madrid, the Royal club of Europe, is the best European football club of this century. Real Madrid Club de Fútbol was founded on 1902 March 6 as Madrid Football Club. Now known as Los Blancos, Los Merengues, Los Vikingos, Los Galacticos, or simply Real, the amazing and talented Spanish side has continued to improve year after year to emerge as arguably the most successful football club in the world with a side that includes many highly paid superstars including Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, Xabi Alonso, and more.

Champions League Final 2017: Juventus 1-4 Real Madrid

In June 2017, Cristiano Ronaldo added another two to his remarkable tally of Champions League goals as Real Madrid ran out comfortable winners against Juventus to secure the Duodecima while Juve lost the fourth Champions League finals they’ve contested. Real Madrid became the Kings of Europe - the first team to retain the title since AC Milan 27 years ago. They’ve now won three of the last four Champions League titles and are going for a historic four Champions League trophies in five years - five in a row in the most important competition of the European club football calendar!


Real Madrid: (Ronaldo 20), (Casemiro 61), (Cristiano Ronaldo 64), (Marco Asensio 90)
Juventus: (Mario Mandzukic 27)

Squads for Juventus v Real Madrid
Juventus: Buffon, Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini, Alves, Sandro, Pjanic, Khedira, Dybala, Mandzukic, Higuain. Subs: Neto, Benatia, Lichsteiner, Cuadrado, Marchisio, Lemina, Asamoah

Real Madrid: Navas, Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Marcelo, Casemiro, Modric, Isco, Kroos, Benzema, Ronaldo. Subs: Casilla, Nacho, Bale, Kovacic, Asensio, Morata, Danilo

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Los Blancos nicknames

Portuguese Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, known affectionately by fans and the media as “CR7”, has a nickname inside the locker rooms, "Máquina" ("Machine"). Ronaldo’s teammate Pepe is "Pepinho" and Ricardo Carvalho is the "Abuelo" ("Grandfather") of the team. Real Madrid’s, Mesut Ozil is called "Nemo" because of his bulging eyes. Ozil teammates reportedly joke with him by saying he has such a great vision when playing because of his big eyes. Khedira's nickname is "Sami". Argentinian Di Maria is nicknamed "Angelito", from his first name "Angel". Gonzalo Higuain is nicknamed "Pipa". Fernando Gago is called "Fer" in the locker room. The Spanish captain, Iker Casillas has a couple of nicknames - "Capi" and "Culote". Sergio Ramos nickname is "Cuqui", which has origins on the famous cookies. Raul Albiol is known as "Chori" ("Chorizo"), for "pudding" in Spanish. Arbeloa is "Robocop", and Xabi Alonso is called "Señor", which means "Sir" in English. Esteban Granero is known as the "Pirata" ("Pirate"), but some teammates also call him the "Bohemio" ("Bohemian") because of his retro tastes. Pedro Léon is the "Tomate" ("Tomato"), in homage to Murcia, his homeland. The youngest player on the squad, Sergio Canales, is called "Niño" ("Kid"). Marcelo’s nickname is "El Loco" ("The Crazy"), while Kaká is simply "Ricky", which is also a diminutive for his first name, Ricardo. French football player Adebayor. Diarra is known as "Lass", the diminutive for hist first name "Lassana" and Karim Benzema is "Monsieur", which means "Sir" in English. Adebayor was the last to arrive to Real Madrid but he already collects nicknames inside the locker room. Sergio Ramos likes to call Adebayor "Manolito", but he's also known as the "Avatar" or "Adenabor".

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Juventus v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League Final

Real Madrid football players celebrate with the trophy after winning the 2017 UEFA Champions League Final against Juventus!

Juventus v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League Final


Juventus v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League Final

Performance in the European Cup / UEFA Champions League by club

Real Madrid has won the most Champions League titles in the tournaments history - twelve!

Club, League, Winners, Runners-up, Years won, Years runner-up
Real Madrid, Spain La Liga,12, 3, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2014, 2016, 2017; 1962, 1964, 1981
Milan, Italy Serie A, 7, 4, 1963, 1969, 1989, 1990, 1994, 2003, 2007; 1958, 1993, 1995, 2005
Bayern Munich, Germany Bundesliga, 5, 5, 1974, 1975, 1976, 2001, 2013; 1982, 1987, 1999, 2010, 2012
Barcelona, Spain La Liga, 5, 3, 1992, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2015; 1961, 1986, 1994
Liverpool, England Premier League, 5, 2, 1977, 1978, 1981, 1984, 2005; 1985, 2007
Ajax, Netherlands, 4, 2, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1995; 1969, 1996
Manchester United, England Premier League, 3, 2, 1968, 1999, 2008; 2009, 2011

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