3. Jan. NB All statistics are group stage to final unless otherwise indicated. UEFA Champions League Statistics Handbook / Facts & Figures. Borussia. The official website of the Basketball Champions League Competition schedule, results, stats, teams and players profile, news, games highlights, photos, videos and event Round of 16; Quarter-Finals; 1/2 FINALS; FINAL. The UEFA Women's Champions League, previously called the UEFA records ( 3 consecutive titles, 7 times in the final in the last 9 years).
Stats are taken from League runs only. List of teams with the highest number of matches where both teams scored.
Matches where this team failed to score. This European competition is contested annually by a total of 78 or 79 clubs from top level divisions across Europe.
Current and most successful champions are Spanish side Real Madrid with 12 titles. FC Barcelona is another team that often wins this cup, making Spanish sides one of the best performing teams in this competition.
View All Leagues. Download Data to CSV. Matches Played this season. The number of goals this team have scored. The number of goals this team have conceded.
Goals Scored - Goals Conceded. Failed to Score FTS. The number or percent of matches where the total goals ended above 1.
The number or percent of matches where the total goals ended above 2. The average number of total goals per match. This page details statistics of the European Cup and Champions League.
Unless notified these statistics concern all seasons since inception of the European Cup in the —56 season , including qualifying rounds of the UEFA Champions League as per "Competition facts";  all goals scored before league phase s count as "qualifying goals".
A total of 22 clubs have won the tournament since its inception, with Real Madrid being the only team to win it thirteen times, including the first five.
Only two other clubs have reached ten or more finals: Milan and Bayern Munich. A total of 12 clubs have won the tournament multiple times: A total of 17 clubs have reached the final without ever managing to win the tournament.
Clubs from ten countries have provided tournament winners. Spanish clubs have been the most successful, winning a total of Italy and England are joint-second with 12, while the other multiple-time winners are Germany with seven, Netherlands with six, and Portugal with four.
The only other countries to provide a tournament winner are Scotland, Romania, Yugoslavia, and France. Greece, Belgium and Sweden have all provided losing finalists.
Clubs from a total of 35 European cities have participated in the tournament final. A total of clubs from 33 national associations have played in or qualified for the Champions League group stage.
European Cup group stage participants only one season was played in that format. Sampdoria is the only side to have played in —92 European Cup group stage, but to have not played in the Champions League group stage.
In the and seasons there were no semi-finals as the finalists qualified via a group stage. See also Treble association football and Tuples in association football.
Although not an officially recognised achievement, seven clubs have achieved the distinction of winning the Champions League or European Cup, their domestic championship, and their primary domestic cup competition in the same season, known colloquially as " the treble ":.
Bayern Munich in won the Bundesliga and the Champions League. In addition to this treble, several of these clubs went on to win further cups. However, most of these cups were technically won the following year following the conclusion of regular domestic or international leagues the year before.
Also, several domestic cups may not have been extant at the time that equivalent cups were won by clubs of other nations, and in some cases they remain so.
Furthermore, there is much variance in the regard with which several cups are taken both over time and between nations.
Regardless, the following clubs all won competitions further to the treble mentioned above:. Juventus was the first club in association football history —and remain the only one at present—to have won all official continental tournaments and the world champions title.
A total of 63 tournaments have been played, 37 in the European Cup era —56 to —92 and 26 in the Champions League era —93 to — The only team to successfully defend the trophy in the Champions League era is Real Madrid twice , who won in —16 , —17 and — The teams closest to defending the trophy in the Champions League era but who were unsuccessful, all making it to the final:.
Of the 22 teams that have won the trophy, 14 have never defended it. Only four of these have won the trophy more than once, and so have had more than one attempt to do so.
During the Champions League era, only one title holder has failed to qualify from the group stage:. Five clubs have won all their games in a group stage.
Real Madrid are the first and only club to achieve this feat twice in —12 and — The biggest points difference between the first- and second-placed teams in a Champions League group phase is 11 points, achieved by three teams:.
Several teams have been knocked out on a tiebreaker , most on the head-to-head criteria:. The following teams were knocked out from the group stage, but would have advanced following the old rule:.
Since the addition of a third qualifying round in — , four teams have negotiated all three rounds of qualification and reached the Champions League group phase:.
Real Madrid hold the record of consecutive goalscoring in the Champions League matches. They have scored at least one goal in 34 consecutive games.
The run started with a 1—1 draw against Barcelona in the second leg of the semi-final of the —11 season. This continued with all 12 matches of both the —12 season and —13 season, and continued into the —14 season for nine games six group stage games, both legs of the round of 16 and the first leg of the quarter-finals , with the run finally coming to an end in a 2—0 away loss in the quarter-finals second leg against Borussia Dortmund on 8 April Bayern Munich hold the record with 16 consecutive home wins in the Champions League.
Bayern Munich record streak started by winning against Manchester City 1—0 on 17 September The run has reached the 16th win by beating Arsenal 5—1 on 15 February , The run ended after a home defeat to Real Madrid 1—2 on 12 April Bayern Munich equaled the record of Ajax — for consecutive away wins in the Champions League having won 7 consecutive away games.
The run began with a 3—1 win against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium in the first leg of the —13 round of 16, and continued through to the final, with wins against Juventus 2—0 at the Juventus Stadium and against Barcelona 3—0 at the Camp Nou.
The record equaling seventh win was achieved when they again defeated Arsenal 2—0 at the Emirates Stadium in the round of 16 first leg on 19 February Their run ended with a 1—1 draw at Old Trafford against Manchester United in the first leg of the quarter-finals.
Bayern Munich —13 , —14 and Real Madrid —14 , —15 hold the record of ten consecutive wins in the Champions League.
The run continued in the other three knockout matches and the final of the —13 season. The run continued in the first five group stage matches of the —14 season, but ended with the sixth in a 2—3 home defeat against Manchester City on 10 December The record for the longest unbeaten run at home stands at 29 games and is held by Bayern Munich.
The run began with a 0—0 draw against Borussia Dortmund in —98 and finished with a 2—1 win against Real Madrid in the first leg of the —02 quarter-finals.
The record for the longest away unbeaten run stands at 16 games and is held by Manchester United. The run began with a 1—0 win against Sporting CP in the —08 group stage.
It lasted until the 3—2 win against Milan at the San Siro in the first leg of the first knockout stage of — The run ended with a 1—2 defeat to Bayern Munich in the first leg of the —10 quarter-finals.
During this run, Manchester United were beaten 2—0 by Barcelona in the final. This game, however, was at a neutral venue and as such is not classified as an away game.
The record for the longest unbeaten run stands at 25 games and is held by Manchester United. It began with a 1—0 away win against Sporting Clube de Portugal in their opening group stage game in —08 and finished with a 3—1 away win against Arsenal in the second leg of the semi-final in — The 25 game unbeaten streak ended with a 0—2 loss to Barcelona in the final.
AEK Athens holds the record of most consecutive draws: Anderlecht holds the record of most consecutive defeats: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
UEFA member country with winning clubs. UEFA member country with runner-up clubs. UEFA member country that has been represented in the semi-final stage.
UEFA member country that has been represented in the round of 16, quarter-final or second group stage. UEFA member country that has been represented in the group stage.
UEFA member country that has not been represented in the group or knockout stage after round of Not a UEFA member. Arsenal goalkeepers Jens Lehmann and Manuel Almunia racked up ten consecutive clean sheets en route to the Final.
Retrieved 12 October