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It was the fifth tournament final to feature two teams from the same association, the second all-Spanish final and the first between teams from the same city.
In doing so, Real Madrid secured a record 10th title in the competition, 12 years after their ninth victory. This was the first final in the history of the competition to be disputed by two teams from the same city.
Real Madrid reached a record 13th final after a 5—0 aggregate win against defending champions Bayern Munich , making it the first time the club had reached the final since they won their record ninth title in UEFA unveiled the visual identity of the final on 29 August , the same day as the group stage draw.
The design concept was inspired by elements from the Portuguese discoveries , namely the armillary sphere and the windrose , which were important instruments used by Portuguese sea explorers to measure the position of stars.
The international ticket sales phase for the general public ran from 10 to 21 March Tickets were available in four price categories: The two finalist clubs were each allocated 16, tickets by UEFA.
Losing 2—0 at half-time, Wolfsburg made a comeback to win the match 4—3. Martina Müller , who scored the winner in the previous final , repeated the feat to secure the German team's second consecutive title.
The ceremony preceding the kick-off was organised by Canadian company Circo de Bakuza, with artistic direction by London-based choreographer Wanda Rokicki.
The only player suspended from the final was Real Madrid's Xabi Alonso , who picked up his third booking of the competition in the second leg of the semi-final.
Real Madrid's front three of Cristiano Ronaldo , Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema were originally doubtful for the match, but all three overcame injuries to start the match.
In Italien gab es neun, in Deutschland und England bislang acht, in Österreich vier und in der Schweiz eines. Gelistet werden nur die Austragungsorte, an denen mindestens zweimal ein Finale stattfand.
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Despite only receiving 20, tickets for fans, it was expected that around 30, Manchester United fans would be travelling to Rome for the final, leading to police warning ticketless fans not to travel amidst fears of potential hooligans making the trip.
More than 3, Manchester United fans congregated just outside the city in a field that came to be known as "Fergie's Field". The official match ball for the Champions League final was the adidas Finale Rome.
The colour scheme was a traditional Roman burgundy with a gold border around the stars. The ball used the same panel configuration as the Adidas Europass and the Adidas Teamgeist before it, and the same thermal bonding process was used to adhere the panels to each other, while the surface of the ball featured the same "PSC-Texture" as was debuted with the Europass; the surface of the ball was covered with thousands of tiny pimples, which was designed to improve the grip between boot and ball.
He also took charge of the first leg of the semi-final between Manchester United and Barcelona in the —08 competition.
As usual, the referee was supported by assistant referees and a fourth official from the same country; in the final, Massimo Busacca was assisted by Matthias Arnet and Francesco Buragina, with Claudio Circhetta as the fourth official.
Having been designated as the official "home" team , Barcelona were given the first choice of kits for the final and opted to wear their traditional red and blue halved shirts.
Since the Barcelona home kit clashed with both Manchester United's home and European away kits, the Red Devils wore their white domestic away kit for the first time in a European Cup final.
They wore blue for their first European Cup final against Benfica in , but wore red for both of their most recent finals in and Manchester United had previously worn white against Barcelona in five matches, losing just one of them — a 2—0 defeat in — while the only win in white came in the Cup Winners' Cup Final.
The other three matches finished in draws: Barcelona, on the other hand, had won two of their five European Cup finals — they wore orange for their win over Sampdoria in but wore their usual blue and red stripes for their most recent win in against Arsenal.
The Champions Festival was opened by former Italian international goalkeeper Luca Marchegiani on 23 May and ran until the afternoon on the day of the final, culminating with a football match between a European side coached by Ruud Gullit and an all-Italian team featuring Alessandro Costacurta and final ambassador Bruno Conti.
Immediately prior to the match itself came the opening ceremony for the final. The film culminated with the late Luciano Pavarotti 's version of Nessun Dorma , and it left several of the players in tears.
With his players motivated for the game, Guardiola said nothing as they emerged into the tunnel. Two Barcelona players missed the final through suspension: Manchester United's starting right-winger from the final, Owen Hargreaves , missed the match as he was still in rehabilitation after a double knee operation to cure his tendinitis problems that had seen him play little part in the —09 Champions League campaign.
Meanwhile, midfielder Darren Fletcher was forced to miss the final after picking up a red card in the second leg of the semi-final.
Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola came out in support of overturning all three players' suspensions. Both teams struggled to put a flowing move together in the opening exchanges, but it was United who had the better chances, both falling to Ronaldo.
The Portuguese winger controlled the ball on the chest before hitting the ball just past the far post. Despite United's early pressure, it was Barcelona who scored the first goal of the match.
Edwin van der Sar cleared the ball downfield for Manchester United, but it was headed away by Barcelona's midfield anchor Sergio Busquets.
The Manchester United defence backed away from the Spaniard, who — after exchanging passes with Lionel Messi — played the ball into the path of Samuel Eto'o in the Manchester United penalty area.
The goal shifted the balance of the game in Barcelona's favour, as United had been on top in terms of shots and possession up to that point. Barcelona responded quickly, as Carles Puyol found Eto'o with a long throw-in down the right wing.
With half-time fast approaching, Barcelona's confidence began to show: After bringing on Carlos Tevez in place of Anderson at half time, Manchester United kicked off the second half in a different formation,  with Tevez joining Ronaldo up front in a familiar 4—4—2.
Pressure high up the pitch from Barcelona kept Manchester United in their own half, forcing them into attempting long balls downfield.
United responded to the goal immediately, as Giggs made a surging run through the Barcelona defence before playing the ball to Berbatov in the inside-right channel.
Both teams then retreated to either end of the stadium to applaud their fans. While match referee Massimo Busacca and his assistants collected their mementoes of the final, the Barcelona team formed a guard of honour for the Manchester United players,  just as the English side had done for Chelsea in Ferguson also collected a commemorative plaque from Platini, but immediately handed it to Giggs.
After offering his commiserations to Manchester United's players,  Joan Laporta then joined the Barcelona team to lead them up the podium, closely followed by manager Guardiola.
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Sir Alex Ferguson, 27 May . In the United Kingdom, however, although the match received the highest ratings of any programme that evening, viewing figures were down by 1.
Despite there being no Italian or French representative in the final, the figures were much the same in those two countries as they were in Spain and the United Kingdom, with Italy's Rai Uno garnering an average viewership of 9.
In the United Kingdom, bookmakers made a profit out of patriotic Britons placing bets on a Manchester United victory. Both teams received significant financial rewards for reaching the Champions League final.
The biggest difference between the teams' financial rewards came as a result of their share of the market pool, based on the value of the television market in their home countries.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fans of both teams form club-specific mosaics in the build-up to the match.
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