Arjen Robben's late winner in the all-German final with Borussia Dortmund gave FC Bayern München a fifth European title after showpiece defeats in 2010 and 2012.
Stars Align for Fàbregas and Kompany
As the road to Lisbon continues in the UEFA Champions League, Cesc Fàbregas and Vincent Kompany preview the second leg of FC Barcelona and Manchester City FC's first knockout round tie in Spain.
Costa striving for Atlético success
Having enjoyed a dream UEFA Champions League debut campaign so far, Club Atlético de Madrid's Diego Costa reveals the reasons behind his and his team's success.
Verratti’s Champions League dream
Paris Saint-Germain FC star Marco Verratti reveals his love for the UEFA Champions League, which is a competition that “stays with you forever.”
The Ronaldo Rocket
We teach you the most explosive free-kick in the game, made famous by the Portugal and Real Madrid CF ace.
Fàbregas focus on success
Eight years after finishing a runner-up with Arsenal FC, Cesc Fàbregas is still craving his maiden UEFA Champions League title – now with FC Barcelona: "The club of my life."
Historic Hampden final remembered
Eintracht Frankfurt club historian Matthias Thoma looks back on the 1959/60 European Champion Clubs' Cup final and reveals the German club's pride at being involved in the game despite their 7-3 defeat to Real Madrid CF.
Drogba revisits Chelsea final header
Didier Drogba scored one of the most dramatic goals in UEFA Champions League history when his late header for Chelsea FC forced extra-time against FC Bayern München in the 2012 final. The Ivorian striker recalls that goal and reveals why heading has always been one of his strengths.
McNeill relives Celtic's Lisbon triumph
This season's final is in Lisbon and the first player to have lifted the European Cup in the city, Billy McNeill, tells UEFA.com about the night in 1967 when Celtic FC became champions.
Domínguez: We made history
Olympiacos FC's Alejandro Domínguez told UEFA.com that the club "made history" with their 2-0 first-leg defeat of Manchester United FC in the round of 16, although admits the club "have to respect" their opponents' ability in the return match.
Zenit hoping for 'a miracle'
FC Zenit's Anatoliy Tymoshchuk admitted that he feels he side now need "a miracle" if they are to progress to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League for the first time in their history, after losing the first leg of their round of 16 tie 4-2 to Borussia Dortmund.
Gullit’s Trophy Tour honour
A two-time winner of the most prized piece of silverware in European club football, Ruud Gullit will be a special guest when the UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour, presented by Heineken, visits Lagos from 13 to 16 March.
'Bitter' defeat for Schalke
FC Schalke 04 captain Benedikt Höwedes said his team's 6-1 defeat to Real Madrid CF was a "bitter final result" and admitted the Spanish side's quality exposed their "limits".
Eto'o: 'Advantage' Chelsea after draw
Chelsea FC's Samuel Eto'o said that he feels the English club have "an advantage" going into the second leg of their tie with Galatasaray AŞ after the 1-1 draw in Turkey, and hopes that their fans will be their "12th man" in London.
Ramos delight at 'unstoppable' Madrid
Real Madrid CF were "unstoppable in front of goal" Sergio Ramos said after their emphatic 6-1 UEFA Champions League round of 16 first-leg victory against FC Schalke 04, but said they will still have to "give respect" to the German side in the return match.