Youth league sporting

youth league sporting

What is the UEFA Youth League?

- CBS Sports The UEFA Youth League is an annual club competition that began in 2013 and is run by European football’s governing body. The tournament is contested by U-19 teams and is the younger sibling of the UEFA Champions League.

How do the other 32 qualify for the UEFA Youth League?

The other 32 qualify for the UEFA Youth League via the Domestic Champions Path. The youth domestic champions from the top 32 associations according to the UEFA country coefficients from the previous year enter the competition through this path.

How do the Youth Champions League play-offs work?

The 32 youth domestic champions play two rounds of two-legged ties, with the eight winners advancing to the play-offs, where they play a single match at home against the Champions League path runners-up. The round of 16 onwards retain the same format of single-leg ties as before.

What is the 2021–22 UEFA Youth League?

The 2021–22 UEFA Youth League is the eighth season of the UEFA Youth League, a European youth club football competition organised by UEFA . Real Madrid, having won the title in 2019–20, are the title holders, since the 2020–21 edition was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe and the title was not awarded.

What is the format of the UEFA Champions League youth competition?

The 32 UEFA Champions League group stage youth teams retain the group stage format, with the group winners advancing to the round of 16 and the runners-up advancing to the play-offs.

Where are the Champions League youth matches played?

In the competition the youth teams of the clubs in the UEFA Champions League group stage and the youth champions of the best-ranked national associations are playing. The semi-finals and final matches are played at the Colovray Stadium in Nyon, Switzerland.

How do the Youth Champions League play-offs work?

The 32 youth domestic champions play two rounds of two-legged ties, with the eight winners advancing to the play-offs, where they play a single match at home against the Champions League path runners-up. The round of 16 onwards retain the same format of single-leg ties as before.

How does the Champions League round of 16 work?

The eight group winners progress straight to the round of 16, drawn on 14 February and played on 1 and 2 March. The eight runners-up go into the play-offs against the winners from the domestic champions path, who are emerging after two knockout rounds featuring 32 initial entrants.

What is the format of the Champions League?

In 1992, UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) changed the name of the tournament to the UEFA Champions League and replaced the first round with a group stage. The 32 teams were split into eight groups of four, with each team playing the other three teams in their respective group in a double round-robin format.

How many teams are in the Champions League?

The eight group winners and eight runners-up enter the final knockout phase, which culminates with the final match in May. The winner of the UEFA Champions League qualifies for the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup. The tournament proper begins with a group stage of 32 teams, divided into eight groups.

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