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Electronic Arts Inc. Looking To Get UEFA License For FIFA 16
Considering EA Sports goes the extra mile each season to make sure all the world's major leagues are properly licensed so you get the most authentic soccer experience, the lack of a UEFA Champions League license makes the game look a bit incomplete ...
Juventus v Barcelona background - News - UEFA.com
Juventus have also played in four UEFA Cup finals – winning three (1977, 1990, 1993) and losing one (1995) – as well as the 1984 European Cup Winners' Cup final, which they won. • The Turin club's squad features four players with UEFA Champions ...
Marcotti: Juve vs. Barca is a final to savour
ESPN FC (blog)
Barcelona, with Andres Iniesta, Lionel Messi and Xavi, were the defending European champions in 2006-07, the season Juve were playing against the likes of Cittadella and Crotone. This will be Barca's third trip to the Champions League final since then, ...
FC Barcelona of Spain advances to UEFA Champions League final
The Seattle Times
Led by one of the most successful attacks in the history of European soccer, FC Barcelona of Spain dispensed with Bayern Munich of Germany to reach the UEFA Champions League final for the first time since 2011. Barcelona posted a 5-3 aggregate victory ...
France triumph, Germany also impress
The 16 teams at the UEFA European U-17 Championship were battling it out for not only this age group's continental title but also the six remaining tickets to South America. France, Germany, Russia, Croatia, England and Belgium will be the lucky sides ...
About UEFA European Championship
The UEFA European Football Championship is the main football competition of the men's national football teams governed by UEFA. Held every four years since 1960, in the even-numbered year between World Cup tournaments, it was originally called the UEFA European Nations Cup, changing to the current name in 1968. Specific championships are often referred to in the form "Euro 2008" or whichever year is appropriate.
Prior to entering the tournament all teams other than the host nations (which qualify automatically) compete in a qualifying process. The championship winners earn the opportunity to compete in the following FIFA Confederations Cup, but are not obliged to do so.