UEFA Champions League 2006–2007
|UEFA Champions League 2006–2007|
|Series||UEFA Champions League|
|Release date(s)||Microsoft Windows
UEFA Champions League 2006–2007 is the official video game of the UEFA Champions League of 2006/2007. Developed by EA Canada, it is published by Electronic Arts worldwide under the EA Sports label. It was released on 20 March 2007 in North America, 22 March in Australia, and 23 March in Europe.
UEFA Champions League 2006–2007 was developed with the same engine used in FIFA 07, with slight graphical and gameplay adjustments, as well as the option to play a new manager mode named The Treble. The in-game commentators are Clive Tyldesley and Andy Gray. Ultimate team was introduced for the first time on the Xbox 360 version.
- Premier League (licensed)
- Ligue 1 (licensed)
- Bundesliga (licensed)
- Serie A (licensed)
- La Liga (licensed)
- CSKA Moscow as C. Moskva
- Dynamo Kyiv as Kyiv
- FC København as København
- Levski Sofia
- Olympiacos F.C.
- PSV Eindhoven as P. Eindhoven
- Shakhtar Donetsk as Donetsk
- Spartak Moscow as S. Moskva
- Steaua Bucureşti as Bucharest
(Team names shown in bold are licensed) (Sporting Lisbon and PSV Eindhoven are licensed on the PlayStation 2 edition of the game)
- Andy Caldwell feat. Gina Rene - "Runaway" - Universal Truth
- Baïkonour - "Jain Rock" - Topo Gigio vs. Baïkonour
- Bonobo feat. Bajka - "Nightlite" - Days to Come
- Brazilian Girls - "Le Territoir"e - Talk to La Bomb
- Cal Tjader - "Mambo Mindoro" (Hex Hector Remix) - Explorations
- Champion - "Two Hoboes" - Chill'em All
- Osunlade - "Two Phish" - Aquarian Moon
- Ray Barretto - "Work Song" (Thievery Corporation Remix) - Explorations
- Thunderball feat. Miss Johnna M. - "Chicachiquita" - Cinescope
- Yunus Guvenen - "Indıgo"
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