Following a tradition of players that includes Ronaldinho, Rivaldo and Ronaldo, Neymar reveals how he is relishing the chance of being FC Barcelona's newest star from Brazil and how Daniel Alves is helping him adapt to life in Spain.
Watch Plzeň edge dramatic finish
Watch the goals from the Štruncovy Sady Stadión.
Figo 'honoured' to be Lisbon final ambassador
Luís Figo, a UEFA Champions League winner with Real Madrid CF in 2002, tells UEFA.com it is an "honour" to have been appointed as ambassador for the final in his home city of Lisbon.
Koscielny: Arsenal must ‘stay focused’
After a fine start to the season on the domestic and European front, Arsenal FC's Laurent Koscielny says the team have to keep their "winning philosophy" as they aim for UEFA Champions League glory.
Melo confident for Juventus reunion
"We can do it," Felipe Melo told UEFA.com as Galatasaray AŞ prepare to face his former club Juventus needing a win to reach the UEFA Champions League round of 16.
Lippi impresses Juventus class of '96
Antonio Conte and Fabrizio Ravanelli tell UEFA.com how coach Marcello Lippi's motivational powers underpinned Juventus's 1996 UEFA Champions League triumph.
Jesus' Lisbon final pride
Lisbon hosts this season's UEFA Champions League final, something SL Benfica coach Jorge Jesus believes will "bring prestige to Portugal and Portuguese people".
Stepney and Sadler recall United's '68 win
Manchester United FC became European champions at Wembley in 1968, ten years on from the Munich air disaster. Goalkeeper Alex Stepney and defender David Sadler recall beating SL Benfica.
Look back at Bayern's Wembley glory
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.
Mancini ‘confident’ of Galatasaray success
Galatasaray AŞ coach Robert Mancini told UEFA.com that you can “never say never” as he revealed that he is optimistic that the club can make still their mark on the UEFA Champions League this season.
Hitzfeld’s Dortmund masterstroke
Ottmar Hitzfeld looks back on Borussia Dortmund’s 1997 UEFA Champions League victory against Juventus and reveals how his words helped Lars Ricken “achieve the impossible”.