On 15 June 2021, it was officially confirmed that the remaining three clubs Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid — which did not sign the Commitment Declaration of the sanctioned other nine clubs and filed a new motion to scrap the agreement UEFA signed with those nine clubs — were admitted to the 2021—22 UEFA Champions League, pending the disciplinary proceedings UEFA opened against them but which were suspended after the Swiss notification.
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Real Madrid played Liverpool in the final at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine.
The matches were instead played in , with the semi-finals at , and , , and the final at Elbasan Arena.
The Champions Path losers were transferred to the , while the League Path losers were transferred to the.
Liverpool defeated Tottenham Hotspur in their first European Cup final, 2—0 to claim their sixth European Cup, becoming the third ever team to do so, behind Real Madrid in 1966, and Milan in 2003.
Retrieved 17 June 2020.
The losers of the semi-finals and final were transferred to the.
The draw set the ties for the quarter-finals and semi-finals, and a draw was also held to determine the 'home' team for the final, for procedural reasons Winner semi-final 2.
As Chelsea, the Champions League title holders, did qualify through their own domestic league this season, the additional entry for the Champions League title holders was re-allocated.
Retrieved 13 April 2022.
Description: It was the 63rd season of the UEFA Champions League.