UEFA Champions League 2019: Date, Start Times, Fixtures, TV channel, Live Stream & Tickets

               UEFA Champions League 2019 Date, Start Times, Fixtures, Tickets, Watch Live: The UEFA Champions League is all set to begin its semi-finals of which Ajax, Barcelona, Liverpool, and Tottenham Hotspur are this season’s UEFA Champions League semi-finalists. As the tournament is on the verge, we are here to give you all the important details regarding the semi-finals and final matches.

The UEFA Champions League (abbreviated as UCL) is a club football competition which is held every year and organized by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) is challenged by top-division European clubs. It is one of the greatest prominent tournaments in the world as well as the most esteemed club competition in European football which is played by the national league champions (and, for some countries, one or more runners-up) of the toughest UEFA national associations.

The tournament was first introduced in the year 1955 as the European Champion Clubs’ Cup, which more usually known as the European Cup, it was originally a straight knockout competition open only to the champion club of every single national championship. The tournament took on its present name in the year 1992, adding a round-robin group stage and letting multiple participants from certain nations.

2018/19 UEFA Champions League semi-finals Teams

The semi-final of the UEFA Champions League is between two of the eight teams that are Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Barcelona, and Ajax. Ajax (NED)

Highlights: Juventus 1-2 Ajax

Highlights: Juventus 1-2 Ajax

UEFA ranking: 20

This season: P16 W9 D6 L1 F32 A14 (including qualifying)

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Top scorer: Dušan Tadić (6, or 9 including qualifying)

Barcelona (ESP)

Highlights: Barcelona 3-0 Man. United

Highlights: Barcelona 3-0 Man. United

UEFA ranking: 2

This season: P10 W7 D3 L0 F23 A6

Top scorer: Lionel Messi (10)

Liverpool (ENG)

Highlights: Porto 1-4 Liverpool

Highlights: Porto 1-4 Liverpool

UEFA ranking: 11

This season: P10 W6 D1 L3 F18 A9

Top scorer: Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mané, Mohamed Salah (4)

Tottenham (ENG)

Highlight: Spurs pip City in epic

Highlight: Spurs pip City in epic

UEFA ranking: 18

This season: P10 W5 D2 L3 F17 A14

Top scorer: Harry Kane (5)

When are UEFA Champions League semi-finals?

The semi-final is going to take place these following dates and time:

Tottenham v Ajax: 30 April & 8 May

Barcelona v Liverpool: 1 & 7 May

Where UEFA Champions League semi-finals will hold?

The semi-final is going to be played at Atletico Madrid’s 63,500 capacity Wanda Metropolitano.

How to get tickets

The two clubs that reach to the finale is going to be receiving 17,000 tickets each. Additional 4,000 tickets are going to be made accessible to the general public, and the leftover 25,500 will be distributed to the native organizing committee, UEFA and national associations, commercial partners as well as broadcasters.

The 4,000 tickets up for general purchase and they are going to be allotted through the ballot. Applications can be made for two tickets for every person and prices differs from £60 to just more than £500 per ticket. The ballot is going to be open until April 21, and tickets are going to be randomly distributed afterward.

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Who could feature?

Liverpool, Tottenham, Ajax, and Barcelona are through to the final four. Manchester United was knocked out the tournament by Barcelona over two legs, whereas the similar fate befell Juventus who give way to Ajax. Man City was beaten on away goals by Spurs, whereas Liverpool breezed past Porto. Barcelona is going to take on Liverpool and Tottenham face Ajax in the semi-finals.

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