UEFA Champions League - 2016/17 SeasonMatch press kits
|Juventus||The National Stadium of Wales - CardiffSaturday 3 June 2017|
20.45CET (19.45 local time) Matchday 13 - Final
|Real Madrid CF|
|13/05/2015||SF||Real Madrid CF - Juventus||1-1|
|Madrid||Ronaldo 23 (P); Morata 57|
|05/05/2015||SF||Juventus - Real Madrid CF||2-1||Turin||Morata 8, Tévez 58 (P); Ronaldo 27|
|05/11/2013||GS||Juventus - Real Madrid CF||2-2||Turin||Vidal 42 (P), Llorente 65; Ronaldo 52, Bale 60|
|23/10/2013||GS||Real Madrid CF - Juventus||2-1||Madrid||Ronaldo 4, 29 (P); Llorente 22|
|05/11/2008||GS||Real Madrid CF - Juventus||0-2||Madrid||Del Piero 17, 67|
|21/10/2008||GS||Juventus - Real Madrid CF||2-1||Turin||Del Piero 5, Amauri 49; Van Nistelrooy 66|
|09/03/2005||R16||Juventus - Real Madrid CF||2-0|
agg 2-1 (aet)
|Turin||Trezeguet 75, Zalayeta 116 ET|
|22/02/2005||R16||Real Madrid CF - Juventus||1-0||Madrid||Iván Helguera 31|
|14/05/2003||SF||Juventus - Real Madrid CF||3-1|
|Turin||Trezeguet 12, Del Piero 43, Nedvěd 73; Zidane 89|
|06/05/2003||SF||Real Madrid CF - Juventus||2-1||Madrid||Ronaldo 23, Roberto Carlos 73; Trezeguet 45|
|20/05/1998||F||Juventus - Real Madrid CF||0-1||Amsterdam||Mijatović 66|
|20/03/1996||QF||Juventus - Real Madrid CF||2-0|
|Turin||Del Piero 17, Padovano 54|
|06/03/1996||QF||Real Madrid CF - Juventus||1-0||Madrid||Raúl González 20|
|05/11/1986||R2||Juventus - Real Madrid CF||1-0|
agg: 1-1 (aet, 1-3pens)
|22/10/1986||R2||Real Madrid CF - Juventus||1-0||Madrid||Butragueño 20|
|28/02/1962||QF (Rep)||Real Madrid CF - Juventus||3-1 (Rep)||Paris||Felo 1, Del Sol 65, Tejada 82; Sivori 33|
|21/02/1962||QF||Real Madrid CF - Juventus||0-1|
agg: 1-1 ag
|14/02/1962||QF||Juventus - Real Madrid CF||0-1||Turin||Di Stéfano 79|
|Real Madrid CF||8||5||1||2||8||1||1||6||1||1||0||0||1||1||0||0||18||8||2||8||18||21|
|19/04/2017||QF||FC Barcelona - Juventus||0-0|
|11/04/2017||QF||Juventus - FC Barcelona||3-0||Turin||Dybala 7, 22, Chiellini 55|
|22/11/2016||GS||Sevilla FC - Juventus||1-3||Seville||Pareja 9; Marchisio 45+2 (P), Bonucci 84, Mandžukić 90+4|
|14/09/2016||GS||Juventus - Sevilla FC||0-0||Turin|
|08/12/2015||GS||Sevilla FC - Juventus||1-0||Seville||Llorente 65|
|30/09/2015||GS||Juventus - Sevilla FC||2-0||Turin||Morata 41, Zaza 87|
|06/06/2015||F||Juventus - FC Barcelona||1-3||Berlin||Morata 55; Rakitić 4, Luis Suárez 68, Neymar 90+7|
|09/12/2014||GS||Juventus - Club Atlético de Madrid||0-0||Turin|
|01/10/2014||GS||Club Atlético de Madrid - Juventus||1-0||Madrid||Arda Turan 75|
|09/03/2004||R16||Juventus - RC Deportivo La Coruña||0-1|
|25/02/2004||R16||RC Deportivo La Coruña - Juventus||1-0||La Coruna||Luque 37|
|05/11/2003||GS1||Real Sociedad de Fútbol - Juventus||0-0||San Sebastian|
|21/10/2003||GS1||Juventus - Real Sociedad de Fútbol||4-2||Turin||Trezeguet 3, 63, Di Vaio 7, 45+1; Tudor 67 (og), De Pedro 80|
|22/04/2003||QF||FC Barcelona - Juventus||1-2|
agg 2-3 (aet)
|Barcelona||Xavi Hernández 66; Nedvěd 53, Zalayeta 114 ET|
|09/04/2003||QF||Juventus - FC Barcelona||1-1||Turin||Montero 16; Saviola 78|
|12/03/2003||GS2||Juventus - RC Deportivo La Coruña||3-2||Turin||Ferrara 12, Trezeguet 63, Tudor 90+3; Tristán 34, Makaay 52|
|26/11/2002||GS2||RC Deportivo La Coruña - Juventus||2-2||La Coruna||Tristán 9, Makaay 11; Birindelli 38, Nedvěd 57|
|27/02/2002||GS2||RC Deportivo La Coruña - Juventus||2-0||La Coruna||Tristán 8, Djalminha 77|
|19/02/2002||GS2||Juventus - RC Deportivo La Coruña||0-0||Turin|
|18/10/2000||GS1||RC Deportivo La Coruña - Juventus||1-1||La Coruna||Víctor 11; F. Inzaghi 10|
|26/09/2000||GS1||Juventus - RC Deportivo La Coruña||0-0||Turin|
|09/03/2000||R4||RC Celta de Vigo - Juventus||4-0|
|Vigo||Makelele 1, Birindelli 32 (og), McCarthy 47, 68|
|02/03/2000||R4||Juventus - RC Celta de Vigo||1-0||Turin||Kovačević 50|
|04/11/1998||GS||Juventus - Athletic Club||1-1||Turin||Mikel Lasa 68 (og); Guerrero 45|
|21/10/1998||GS||Athletic Club - Juventus||0-0||Bilbao|
|08/12/1993||R3||CD Tenerife - Juventus||2-1|
|Santa Cruz de Tenerife||Aguilera 37, Del Solar 88; Möller 86|
|24/11/1993||R3||Juventus - CD Tenerife||3-0||Turin||Möller 4, R. Baggio 70 (P), Ravanelli 76|
|24/04/1991||SF||Juventus - FC Barcelona||1-0|
|Turin||R. Baggio 61|
|10/04/1991||SF||FC Barcelona - Juventus||3-1||Barcelona||Stoichkov 56, 60, Goikoetxea 76; Casiraghi 12|
|09/11/1988||R2||Athletic Club - Juventus||3-2|
|Bilbao||Uralde 52, Andrinúa 58, 70; M. Laudrup 35, Galia 77|
|26/10/1988||R2||Juventus - Athletic Club||5-1||Turin||M. Laudrup 4, 52, Galia 24, Mauro 41, Altobelli 47; Uralde 36|
|19/03/1986||QF||Juventus - FC Barcelona||1-1|
|Turin||Platini 44; Archibald 30|
|05/03/1986||QF||FC Barcelona - Juventus||1-0||Barcelona||Julio Alberto 82|
|18/05/1977||F||Athletic Club - Juventus||2-1|
agg: 2-2 ag
|Bilbao||Irureta 12, Carlos 78; Bettega 7|
|05/05/1977||F||Juventus - Athletic Club||1-0||Turin||Tardelli 14|
|07/03/2017||R16||SSC Napoli - Real Madrid CF||1-3|
|Naples||Mertens 24; Ramos 52, Mertens 57 (og), Morata 90+1|
|15/02/2017||R16||Real Madrid CF - SSC Napoli||3-1||Madrid||Benzema 18, Kroos 49, Casemiro 54; Insigne 8|
|08/03/2016||R16||Real Madrid CF - AS Roma||2-0|
|Madrid||Ronaldo 64, James Rodríguez 68|
|17/02/2016||R16||AS Roma - Real Madrid CF||0-2||Rome||Ronaldo 57, Jesé 86|
|03/11/2010||GS||AC Milan - Real Madrid CF||2-2||Milan||F. Inzaghi 68, 78; Higuaín 45, Pedro León 90+4|
|19/10/2010||GS||Real Madrid CF - AC Milan||2-0||Madrid||Ronaldo 13, Özil 14|
|03/11/2009||GS||AC Milan - Real Madrid CF||1-1||Milan||Ronaldinho 35 (P); Benzema 29|
|21/10/2009||GS||Real Madrid CF - AC Milan||2-3||Madrid||Raúl González 19, Drenthe 76; Pirlo 62, Pato 66, 88|
|05/03/2008||R16||Real Madrid CF - AS Roma||1-2|
|Madrid||Raúl González 75; Taddei 73, Vučinić 90+2|
|19/02/2008||R16||AS Roma - Real Madrid CF||2-1||Rome||Pizarro 24, Mancini 58; Raúl González 8|
|11/12/2007||GS||Real Madrid CF - SS Lazio||3-1||Madrid||Júlio Baptista 13, Raúl González 15, Robinho 36; Pandev 80|
|03/10/2007||GS||SS Lazio - Real Madrid CF||2-2||Rome||Pandev 32, 75; Van Nistelrooy 8, 61|
|08/12/2004||GS||AS Roma - Real Madrid CF||0-3||Rome||Ronaldo 9, Luís Figo 60 (P), 82|
|28/09/2004||GS||Real Madrid CF - AS Roma||4-2||Madrid||Raúl González 39, 72, Luís Figo 53 (P), Roberto Carlos 79; De Rossi 3, Cassano 21|
|12/03/2003||GS2||Real Madrid CF - AC Milan||3-1||Madrid||Raúl González 12, 57, Guti 86; Rivaldo 81|
|26/11/2002||GS2||AC Milan - Real Madrid CF||1-0||Milan||Shevchenko 40|
|30/10/2002||GS1||Real Madrid CF - AS Roma||0-1||Madrid||Totti 27|
|17/09/2002||GS1||AS Roma - Real Madrid CF||0-3||Rome||Guti 41, 74, Raúl González 56|
|24/10/2001||GS1||Real Madrid CF - AS Roma||1-1||Madrid||Luís Figo 75 (P); Totti 35|
|11/09/2001||GS1||AS Roma - Real Madrid CF||1-2||Rome||Totti 73 (P); Luís Figo 50, Guti 63|
|21/02/2001||GS2||SS Lazio - Real Madrid CF||2-2||Rome||Nedvěd 4, Crespo 53; Solari 32, Raúl González 73|
|13/02/2001||GS2||Real Madrid CF - SS Lazio||3-2||Madrid||Morientes 32, Iván Helguera 82, Luís Figo 89 (P); Crespo 4, Gottardi 84|
|25/11/1998||GS||FC Internazionale Milano - Real Madrid CF||3-1||Milan||Zamorano 51, R. Baggio 86, 90; Seedorf 59|
|16/09/1998||GS||Real Madrid CF - FC Internazionale Milano||2-0||Seville||Hierro 80 (P), Seedorf 90|
|15/04/1992||SF||Torino FC - Real Madrid CF||2-0|
|Turin||Chendo 7 (og), Fusi 77|
|01/04/1992||SF||Real Madrid CF - Torino FC||2-1||Madrid||Hagi 61, Hierro 66; Casagrande 59|
|01/11/1989||R2||Real Madrid CF - AC Milan||1-0|
|18/10/1989||R2||AC Milan - Real Madrid CF||2-0||Milan||Rijkaard 9, Van Basten 14|
|19/04/1989||SF||AC Milan - Real Madrid CF||5-0|
|Milan||Ancelotti 17, Rijkaard 24, Gullit 45, Van Basten 49, Donadoni 60|
|05/04/1989||SF||Real Madrid CF - AC Milan||1-1||Madrid||Sánchez 41; Van Basten 77|
|30/09/1987||R1||SSC Napoli - Real Madrid CF||1-1|
|Naples||Francini 9; Butragueño 43|
|16/09/1987||R1||Real Madrid CF - SSC Napoli||2-0||Madrid||Míchel 19 (P), Tendillo 76|
|16/04/1986||SF||Real Madrid CF - FC Internazionale Milano||5-1|
agg 6-4 (aet)
|Madrid||Sánchez 44 (P), 74 (P), Gordillo 62, Santillana 94 ET, 107 ET; Brady 64 (P)|
|02/04/1986||SF||FC Internazionale Milano - Real Madrid CF||3-1||Milan||Tardelli 1, 54, Salguero 88 (og); Valdano 87|
|24/04/1985||SF||Real Madrid CF - FC Internazionale Milano||3-0|
|Madrid||Santillana 12, 42, Míchel 59|
|10/04/1985||SF||FC Internazionale Milano - Real Madrid CF||2-0||Milan||Brady 26 (P), Altobelli 57|
|16/03/1983||QF||Real Madrid CF - FC Internazionale Milano||2-1|
|Madrid||Salguero 51, Santillana 56; Altobelli 21|
|02/03/1983||QF||FC Internazionale Milano - Real Madrid CF||1-1||Milan||Oriali 15; Gallego 60|
|22/04/1981||SF||FC Internazionale Milano - Real Madrid CF||1-0|
|08/04/1981||SF||Real Madrid CF - FC Internazionale Milano||2-0||Madrid||Santillana 28, Juanito 47|
|01/03/1967||QF||Real Madrid CF - FC Internazionale Milano||0-2|
|Madrid||Cappellini 23, Zoco 57 (og)|
|15/02/1967||QF||FC Internazionale Milano - Real Madrid CF||1-0||Milan||Cappellini 54|
|20/04/1966||SF||FC Internazionale Milano - Real Madrid CF||1-1|
|Milan||Facchetti 78; Amancio Amaro 20|
|13/04/1966||SF||Real Madrid CF - FC Internazionale Milano||1-0||Madrid||Pirri 13|
|27/05/1964||F||FC Internazionale Milano - Real Madrid CF||3-1||Vienna||Mazzola 43, 76, Milani 61; Felo 70|
|13/02/1964||QF||AC Milan - Real Madrid CF||2-0|
|Milan||Lodetti 6, Altafini 46|
|29/01/1964||QF||Real Madrid CF - AC Milan||4-1||Madrid||Amancio Amaro 17, Puskás 44, Di Stéfano 59, Gento 64; Lodetti 83|
|28/05/1958||F||Real Madrid CF - AC Milan||3-2|
|Brussels||Di Stéfano 74, Rial 79, Gento 107 ET; Pepe 59, Grillo 77|
|30/05/1957||F||Real Madrid CF - ACF Fiorentina||2-0||Madrid||Di Stéfano 69 (P), Gento 75|
|01/05/1956||SF||AC Milan - Real Madrid CF||2-1|
|Milan||Dal Monte 69 (P), 86 (P); Iglesias 65|
|19/04/1956||SF||Real Madrid CF - AC Milan||4-2||Madrid||Rial 5, Iglesias 25, Olsen 40, Di Stéfano 62; Nordahl 9, Pepe 30|
|Real Madrid CF||32||23||3||6||32||6||8||18||4||3||0||1||1||1||0||0||69||33||11||25||104||87|
Last updated 15/05/2017 13:26CET
The 2016/17 UEFA Champions League final pits the season's top scorers, holders Real Madrid CF, against a Juventus side who have conceded just three goals en route to Cardiff.
• Both clubs have plenty of recent final experience to draw from. Defending champions Madrid – bidding to become the first team to retain the trophy in the UEFA Champions League era – are in a third final in four years, having beaten city rivals Club Atlético de Madrid in both 2014 and 2016; Juventus, meanwhile, lost to FC Barcelona in the 2015 showpiece.
• This match is a repeat of the 1998 final in Amsterdam, won 1-0 by Real Madrid against a Juventus side featuring current Merengues coach Zinédine Zidane. That gave the Spaniards the seventh of their record 11 European Cups.
• Juve have won the trophy twice, in 1985 and 1996, but have lost in the final six times – more than any other club.
• Juventus have won nine and drawn three of their 12 games in this season's competition, and are seeking to become the first team to lift the trophy unbeaten since Manchester United FC in 2007/08. United were the sixth club to win the UEFA Champions League without losing a match.
• Madrid and Juve will both be competing in their sixth UEFA Champions League final, equalling AC Milan's record.
• Madrid have won all five of their UEFA Champions League finals, a record number of wins, while Juve have lost the fixture more times than any other club – four. Indeed, their only victory was on penalties – against AFC Ajax in 1996.
• This is a ninth European Cup final appearance for Juventus, who have lost their last four. Overall their record is W2 L6:
1972/73: AFC Ajax 1-0 Juventus
1982/83: Hamburger SV 1-0 Juventus
1984/85: Juventus 1-0 Liverpool FC
1995/96: Juventus 1-1 AFC Ajax (aet, Juventus win 4-2 on pens)
1996/97: Borussia Dortmund 3-1 Juventus
1997/98: Juventus 0-1 Real Madrid CF
2002/03: Juventus 0-0 AC Milan (aet, Milan win 3-2 on pens)
2014/15: Juventus 1-3 FC Barcelona
• The 2015 defeat by Barcelona in Berlin was Juve's sixth final reversal – setting an unwanted new record. They had previously been level with FC Bayern München and SL Benfica on five final losses.
• Gianluigi Buffon is the sole survivor of Juventus's 2003 final appearance in their 2016/17 squad.
• Buffon, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Leonardo Bonucci, Andrea Barzagli and Claudio Marchisio all started the 2015 final for Juve, with Stefano Sturaro an unused substitute. Giorgio Chiellini missed out through injury.
• Sami Khedira was part of the victorious Real Madrid team in 2014; he, Mario Mandžukić, a winner with Bayern the previous year, and Dani Alves (Barcelona 2009, 2011, 2015) could join the list of 13 players to win the UEFA Champions League with two different clubs.
• Mandžukić and Juve's 2015 final goalscorer, Álvaro Morata, could both join the list of two players to score for different clubs in the European Cup final: only Velibor Vasović (FK Partizan 1966, Ajax 1969) and Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United, Real Madrid 2014) have previously managed it.
• 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.
• Madrid have won a record 11 European Cups, and have triumphed in their last five finals. Overall their final record is W11 L3:
1955/56: Real Madrid 4-3 Stade de Reims Champagne
1956/57: Real Madrid 2-0 ACF Fiorentina
1957/58: Real Madrid 3-2 AC Milan (aet)
1958/59: Real Madrid 2-0 Stade de Reims Champagne
1959/60: Real Madrid 7-3 Eintracht Frankfurt
1961/62: SL Benfica 5-3 Real Madrid
1963/64: FC Internazionale Milano 3-1 Real Madrid
1965/66: Real Madrid 2-1 FK Partizan
1980/81: Liverpool FC 1-0 Real Madrid
1997/98: Real Madrid 1-0 Juventus
1999/00: Real Madrid 3-0 Valencia CF
2001/02: Real Madrid 2-1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
2013/14: Real Madrid 4-1 Club Atlético Madrid (aet)
2015/16: Real Madrid 1-1 Club Atlético Madrid (aet; Real Madrid win 5-3 on penalties)
• Madrid want to become the first side to make a successful UEFA Champions League title defence. They are the fifth reigning champions to return to the final the following season, the most recent being Manchester United in 2009.
• No team have won the European Cup in successive seasons since Milan (1989, 1990).
• Zidane is also attempting to become the first coach to win the UEFA Champions League two years running, while Sergio Ramos is seeking to become the first captain to lift the UEFA Champions League trophy in consecutive seasons.
• Ronaldo (2008, 2014) and Ramos (2014, 2016) could become the first players to score in three UEFA Champions League finals. Ronaldo and Ramos are two of five players to have scored in two finals, along with Raúl González (2000, 2002), Samuel Eto'o (2006, 2009) and Lionel Messi (2009, 2011), a list that Marcelo and Gareth Bale – who both netted in 2014 – and Morata, on target for Juve in 2015, could join this season.
• Dani Carvajal, Raphaël Varane, Ramos, Fábio Coentrão, Luka Modrić, Ronaldo and Karim Benzema started the 2014 final for Madrid, with Marcelo and Isco coming off the bench and Pepe an unused substitute.
• In 2016, Madrid's victorious final starting line-up included Keylor Navas, Pepe, Toni Kroos and Casemiro, plus Carvajal, Ramos, Marcelo, Modrić, Ronaldo, Bale and Benzema, with Danilo, Isco and Lucas Vázquez making substitute appearances. Kiko Casilla, Nacho and James Rodríguez were unused replacements.
• Should Madrid triumph in Cardiff, it will be the tenth UEFA Champions League win for a Spanish side – twice as many as the next highest-ranked nation, Italy.
• This is Madrid's 29th UEFA final. In addition to their 14 European Cup appearances, they were UEFA Cup winners in 1985 and 1986 and European Cup Winners' Cup runners-up in 1971 and 1983. They lifted the UEFA Super Cup in 2002, 2014 and 2016 having lost in 1998 and 2000, and won the European/South American Cup in 1960, 1998 and 2002, losing in 1966 and 2000.
• This will be the 19th UEFA competition meeting between Juventus and Real Madrid – all in the European Cup – and there is virtually nothing between the sides. Both clubs have eight wins and two draws, with Juve scoring 21 goals to Madrid's 18.
• Their most recent encounters came in the 2014/15 semi-finals, when Juve won 3-2 on aggregate. Goals from ex-Madrid striker Morata – now back with the Merengues – and Carlos Tévez gave Juve a 2-1 first-leg victory in Turin, despite Cristiano Ronaldo's reply.
• The teams at the Juventus Stadium on 5 May 2015 were:
Juventus: Buffon, Lichtsteiner, Bonucci, Chiellini, Evra, Sturaro (Barzagli 64), Marchisio, Pirlo, Vidal, Morata (Llorente 78), Tévez (Pereyra 86).
Real Madrid: Casillas, Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Pepe, Marcelo, Kroos, Isco (Hernández 63), James Rodríguez, Bale (Jesé 86), Ronaldo.
• Ronaldo was again on target in Madrid, only for a 57th-minute equaliser from Morata to earn a 1-1 draw and take Juve into their first final for 12 years.
• The line-ups at the Santiago Bernabéu on 13 May 2015 were:
Real Madrid: Casillas, Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Marcelo, Kroos, Isco, James Rodríguez, Bale, Benzema (Hernández 67), Ronaldo.
Juventus: Buffon, Lichtsteiner, Bonucci, Chiellini, Evra, Marchisio, Pirlo (Barzagli 79), Vidal, Pogba (Pereyra 89), Morata (Llorente 84), Tévez.
• Juve are unbeaten in their last three meetings (W1 D2) with Real Madrid, since a 2-1 loss at the Bernabéu in the 2013/14 group stage with Ronaldo scoring twice in the first 30 minutes. That loss is the Bianconeri's sole reverse in the last seven matches between the pair (W4 D2).
• Ronaldo has hit the target in all four of his appearances against Juventus for Real Madrid – five goals in all.
• Madrid have already claimed one European title at Juve's expense, Predrag Mijatović's scrambled effort in the 66th minute proving enough to win the 1998 UEFA Champions League final.
• The sides at the Amsterdam ArenA on 20 May 1998 were:
Juventus: Peruzzi, Pessotto (Fonseca 70), Torricelli, Montero, Iuliano, Di Livio (Tacchinardi 46), Deschamps (Conte 77), Davids, Zidane, Del Piero, Inzaghi.
Real Madrid: Illgner, Panucci, Hierro, Sanchís, Roberto Carlos, Redondo, Karembeu, Seedorf, Raúl (Amavisca 90), Morientes (Jaime Sánchez 81), Mijatović (Šuker 90).
• That was not the clubs' only tussle at a neutral venue. In their first tie, in the 1961/62 quarter-finals, each team won 1-0 away, meaning a replay in Paris. Madrid won that third game 3-1.
• The 2-1 victory against AS Monaco FC in their semi-final second leg (4-1 aggregate) was the first goal Juve had shipped in six knockout matches in this season's competition. It ended their run of not conceding at 690 minutes, the second longest in UEFA Champions League history behind Arsenal's 995 minutes in 2005/06.
• Juventus have played 53 games against Spanish clubs in UEFA competition, with the record W19 D14 L20 F61 A55.
• The Bianconeri have already tasted success against Liga opposition this term, drawing 0-0 at home to Sevilla FC on matchday one before a 3-1 away win in the group stage. In the quarter-finals, Barcelona were beaten 3-0 at home and on aggregate.
• Juve's first tie against Spanish opponents resulted in a European trophy, with an away goals victory against Athletic Club in the 1976/77 UEFA Cup final (1-0 h, 1-2 a).
• The Italian team's shoot-out record is W3 L3:
2-3 v AC Milan, 2002/03 UEFA Champions League final
4-2 v AFC Ajax, 1995/96 UEFA Champions League final
1-3 v Real Madrid CF, 1986/87 European Cup second round
4-2 v Argentinos Juniors, 1985 European/South American Cup final
1-4 v Widzew Łódź, 1980/81 UEFA Cup second round
3-0 v Ajax, 1977/78 European Cup quarter-final
• Before their 2-1 reverse at Atlético in the semi-final second leg (4-2 aggregate), Madrid were unbeaten in this season's competition (W8 D3) and had won all five fixtures in the knockout stage.
• The Atlético loss halted a 16-match unbeaten run in European competition (W11 D5), since a 2-0 defeat at VfL Wolfsburg in last season's UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg.
• The Merengues' record against Italian clubs is P69 W33 D11 L25 F104 A87.
• Madrid's shoot-out record in European competition is W2 L2:
5-3 v Club Atlético de Madrid, 2015/16 UEFA Champions League final
1-3 v FC Bayern München, 2011/12 UEFA Champions League semi-finals
3-1 v Juventus, 1986/87 European Cup second round
5-6 v FK Crvena zvezda, 1974/75 European Cup Winners' Cup quarter-finals
Coach and player links
• Zidane represented Juve between 1996 and 2001, collecting two Serie A titles and playing in the 1997 and 1998 UEFA Champions League final defeats, the latter against Madrid.
• Zidane's chipped penalty beat Buffon in the 2006 FIFA World Cup final in Berlin. The Frenchman was then sent off in extra time as Italy prevailed on penalties.
• Gonzalo Higuaín played for Madrid between 2007 and 2013, notching 121 goals in 264 games in all competitions and landing three Liga titles.
• Morata came through Madrid's youth system and then played for Juventus between 2014 and 2016, registering 15 goals in 63 league appearances.
• Khedira was at Madrid between 2010 and 2015, winning the UEFA Champions League in 2014 and the Liga in 2012. He made 102 Liga outings, scoring six times.
• Mandžukić played for Atlético Madrid in 2014/15, facing Real Madrid seven times (W4 D2 L1). His only defeat (0-1) came in the UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg.
• Mandžukić won both Liga derbies against Real Madrid with Atlético, netting in a 4-0 home victory on 7 February 2015. He also struck in Atlético's 2-1 aggregate triumph in the Spanish Super Cup.
• Dani Alves spent 14 seasons in Spain, six at Sevilla and the following eight with Barcelona; his record against Real Madrid was W22 D7 L13, scoring twice. At Sevilla he was a team-mate of Ramos between 2003 and 2005, while he won three UEFA Champions Leagues at Barcelona, including the 2015 success over Juventus.
• Mateo Kovačić played for FC Internazionale Milano between January 2013 and 2015; his record against Juve was W0 D2 L3.
• Buffon, Bonucci, Barzagli, Chiellini and Marchisio played in Italy's 4-0 defeat by a Spain side containing Ramos in the UEFA EURO 2012 final in Kyiv.
• Kroos, starting alongside Khedira in Germany's midfield, faced Buffon, Barzagli, Bonucci and Chiellini in the UEFA EURO 2016 quarter-finals. Bonucci scored a penalty in the 1-1 draw but missed in the shoot-out; both Barzagli and Kroos converted as Germany prevailed.
• Chiellini got the first goal as Italy scalped Spain 2-0 in the UEFA EURO 2016 round of 16 to eliminate the holders. Buffon, Bonucci and Barzagli also played for the Azzurri, with Ramos, Morata and Vázquez featuring for Spain.
• Ramos slotted home his penalty as Spain outlasted Italy 7-6 on penalties in the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup semi-final. Bonucci missed the decisive kick.
• Benzema scored and also missed a penalty as France beat Lichtsteiner's Switzerland 5-2 in the 2014 World Cup group stage.
• Morata struck for Spain in a 2-1 defeat by Croatia in the UEFA EURO 2016 group stage, Ramos missing a penalty. Modrić and Mandžukić were unused substitutes for Croatia, Marko Pjaca and Kovačić coming on in the second half.
• International team-mates:
Toni Kroos & Sami Khedira (Germany)
Marcelo, Danilo, Casemiro & Dani Alves, Alex Sandro (Brazil)
James Rodríguez & Juan Cuadrado (Colombia)
Mateo Kovačić and Luka Modrić & Mario Mandžukić, Marko Pjaca (Croatia)
• Former club-mates:
Danilo, James Rodriguez & Alex Sandro (FC Porto, 2011–13)
Danilo & Alex Sandro (Santos FC, 2010–11)
Toni Kroos & Mario Mandžukić (FC Bayern München, 2012–14)
Mario Mandžukić & Luka Modrić (GNK Dinamo Zagreb, 2007/08)
Karim Benzema & Miralem Pjanić (Olympique Lyonnais, 2008/09)
Dani Alves & Sergio Ramos (Sevilla FC, 2003–05)
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UEFA Champions League knockout stage: Did you know?
• Teams have overturned a first-leg deficit to go through 39 times, including FC Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Leicester City FC and AS Monaco in the 2016/17 round of 16. Only twice – AFC Ajax's defeat of Panathinaikos FC in the 1995/96 semi-finals and FC Internazionale Milano's victory against FC Bayern München in the 2010/11 round of 16 – has a side progressed after a home first-leg loss.
• The biggest losing margin a side has overhauled was achieved by FC Barcelona against Paris Saint-Germain in this season's last 16, when they lost 4-0 away but progressed thanks to a 6-1 home success. That eclipsed the previous record held by RC Deportivo La Coruña in the 2003/04 quarter-finals, when they went down 4-1 at AC Milan but won 4-0 at home.
• Twenty-eight ties have been decided on away goals, including nine where the triumphant team lost the first leg.
• In all, 27 ties have required extra time. Eleven have been settled by extra time alone: four quarter-finals, five round of 16 encounters – including Bayern-Juventus in 2015/16 – the 2007/08 semi-final between Chelsea and Liverpool FC, and the 2013/14 final.
• Sixteen ties have gone to penalties, including seven finals – 1996, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2012 and 2016. The first two-legged tie decided on spot kicks was PSV Eindhoven's 4-2 victory over Olympique Lyonnais on 13 April 2005 after a 2-2 aggregate draw.
• The 2015/16 round of 16 tie between Club Atlético de Madrid and PSV was the first to finish goalless after two legs. Thirteen have finished 1-0 on aggregate, most recently Real Madrid CF's defeat of Manchester City FC in the 2015/16 semi-finals.
• Real Madrid won 6-1 at FC Schalke 04 in the 2013/14 round of 16, equalling the knockout phase record for the biggest first-leg lead – Bayern's 5-0 success at Sporting Clube de Portugal in the 2008/09 round of 16. Bayern eventually went through 12-1 after a 7-1 stroll in the home second leg; that tie also featured more goals (13) over its two legs than any UEFA Champions League knockout tie.
• Bayern hold the record for the largest margin of victory in a UEFA Champions League knockout match having beaten both FC Basel 1893 (2011/12) and FC Shakhtar Donetsk (2014/15) 7-0 in the round of 16 second leg.
• The biggest European Cup quarter-final victory was Real Madrid CF's 8-0 first-leg defeat of Sevilla FC in 1957/58.
• Manchester United FC's 7-1 win against AS Roma in 2006/07 is the biggest victory in a UEFA Champions League quarter-final match. Bayern beat FC Porto 6-1 in 2014/15, FC Barcelona have twice won 5-1, against Chelsea FC after extra time (1999/2000) and FC Shakhtar Donetsk (2010/11), while there have been four 4-0 victories.
• Chelsea FC-Liverpool FC in 2008/09 featured 12 goals over the two legs, a quarter-final record.
• Clarence Seedorf is the only player to lift the European Cup with three clubs (Ajax 1995, Real Madrid 1998, Milan 2003, 2007). Bob Paisley (Liverpool 1977, 1978, 1981) was the first coach to win three times, a feat Carlo Ancelotti (Milan 2003, 2007, Real Madrid 2014) replicated.
• In 2014 Ancelotti also became the fifth coach to win the trophy with two clubs; Ottmar Hitzfeld (Borussia Dortmund 1997, Bayern 2001), Ernst Happel (Feyenoord 1970, Hamburger SV 1983), José Mourinho (FC Porto 2004, Internazionale 2010) and Jupp Heynckes (Real Madrid 1998, Bayern 2013) had previously achieved the feat.
• No team has successfully defended the UEFA Champions League trophy, with Milan (1989, 1990) the last club to pick up consecutive European Champion Clubs' Cups. Milan (1994, 1995), Ajax (1995, 1996), Juventus (1996, 1997) and Manchester United FC (2008, 2009) have all returned to the final as holders only to lose.
• Only two sides have ever won the UEFA Champions League on home soil: Dortmund (1997, final in Munich) and Juventus (1996, final in Rome). Manchester United lost the 2011 final in London and 12 months later Bayern were beaten in the showpiece in their own stadium, the Fußball Arena München.
UEFA Champions League: Did you know?
• Lionel Messi became the first player to score five goals in a match in FC Barcelona's 7-1 triumph against Bayer 04 Leverkusen on 7 March 2012, a feat reproduced by FC Shakhtar Donetsk's Luiz Adriano at FC BATE Borisov on 21 October 2014. Eleven more players, also including Messi, have scored four times in a game, most recently Cristiano Ronaldo for Real Madrid on matchday six in 2015/16.
• Cristiano Ronaldo set a new record for a UEFA Champions League stage with 11 goals in 2015/16, eclipsing his own mark of nine goals in 2013/14, which Luiz Adriano matched in 2014/15. Lionel Messi got ten goals in 2016/17; Zlatan Ibrahimović (2013/14), Ruud van Nistelrooy (2004/05), Filippo Inzaghi and Hernán Crespo (both 2002/03) managed eight.
• Messi's hat-trick on matchday three of the 2016/17 competition was his seventh in the competition – two more than Ronaldo.
• SS Lazio goalkeeper Marco Ballotta is the oldest player to compete at this level, having been aged 43 years and 252 days when he figured against Madrid on matchday six of the 2007/08 edition.
• Francesco Totti is the oldest player to score in the competition, aged 38 years and 59 days, in AS Roma's 1-1 draw at PFC CSKA Moskva on 25 November 2014. Ryan Giggs (37 years and 290 days) was the previous record holder.
• Celestine Babayaro is the youngest player to have appeared – he was 16 years and 87 days when he started for RSC Anderlecht against FC Steaua Bucureşti on 23 November 1994. He was sent off in the 37th minute.
• Peter Ofori-Quaye is the youngest player to have scored, aged 17 years and 195 days, in Olympiacos FC's 5-1 reverse at Rosenborg BK on 1 October 1997.
The all-time record of the competing clubs in UEFA club competition.
UEFA club competition: These are the official statistics considered valid for communicating official records in UEFA club competition defined as European Champion Clubs' Cup, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Cup Winner's Cup UEFA Super Cup, UEFA Intertoto Cup and European/South American Cup. Matches in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup and the 1972 Super Cup are not included as they were not held under UEFA auspices, while the FIFA Club World Cup is excluded.
UCL: Total matches officiated in the UEFA Champions League from 1992/93 season, group stage to final only. Matches where the official has acted as the fourth official are not included in these statistics. These are the official statistics considered valid for communicating official records.
UEFA: Total matches officiated in UEFA club competition including all qualifying round matches. Matches where the official has acted as the fourth official are not included in these statistics. These are the official statistics considered valid for communicating official records.