Champions League

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Champions League is a sports competition, typically association football, that is contested by club teams who have distinguished themselves in their respective national competitions. The name originated with, and most often refers to, the UEFA Champions League. It may also refer to:

Association football and futsal[edit]

Association football[edit]




Other sports[edit]

  • Champions League Twenty20, an annual competition for domestic cricket teams from Australia, England, India, South Africa, West Indies, New Zealand and Sri Lanka
  • Collegiate Champions League, an annual competition for an amateur basketball league in the Philippines

See also[edit]