Tickets UEFA Champions League 2016/17

champions league ticketsThe competition was renamed to UEFA Champions League for the 1992–93 season, suffering some diverse changes of marketing and TV rights thanks to the partnership of UEFA. The eight teams participating in the league format quarter-finals experienced an approach to match organisation and commercialisation that was very new. The format of the competition has evolved substantially over the years, notably with the introduction of a Group Phase beginning in 1991, and multiple national representatives in 1998.

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The following summarises the evolution of the championship format through the years:

1955–1991: Knockout format, one club per country (the league champion) plus the defending champion.
1955: Many countries were represented by a team not the domestic champion.
1956–59: The domestic runner-up was allowed to compete in cases when the domestic champion was also European champion.
1991–1993: Three knockout qualifying rounds, group phase with two groups, two group winners meet in final, one club per country (the league champion) plus the defending champion.
1993–1994: Knockout semi-finals added following group phase.
1994–1997: One knockout qualifying round, group phase with four groups, group winners and all runners-up to eight-team knockout phase, one club per country (the league champion) plus the defending champion.
1997–1999: Two knockout qualifying rounds, group phase with six groups, group winners and two runners-up to eight-team knockout phase, up to two clubs per country. Romantickets.com starts selling champions league tickets
1999–2003: Three knockout qualifying rounds, two group phases with eight first-phase group winners and all runners-up moving to four second-phase groups, second-phase group winners and all runners-up to eight-team knockout phase, up to four clubs per country.
Since 2003: Three knockout qualifying rounds, one group phase with 8 groups, group winners and all runners-up to 16 club knockout phase, still up to four clubs per country.
Since 2009: UEFA introduced a play-off round in qualifying round of the Europa League and Champions League. Buy now Champions League tickets!

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