Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Looking At UEFA Champions League Final 2009 Winner

The Romans and the soccer fan are looking forward to greet the winner of UEFA Champions League Final 2009, which will be known in few hours. The schedule is 8:45 local time. Stadio Olimpico is about to host the 2009 UEFA Champions League Final contestants Manchester United and FC Barcelona. Rome has seen many major events throughout the ages, but the 2009 Champions League UEFA Final between Barcelona and Manchester United is one of the biggest events the city has seen next to John Paul's farewell. Being the winner of 2009 UEFA Champions League Final is very meaningful for the both teams, and even one of the coaches.Manchester United will strive to retain the Champions League crown at Rome's Stadio Olimpico tonight making them to be the first team to hold the title two years in a row back to back. Barcelona's winning will mean for them to become three time Champions League Final holders. It has a special meaning for the Barcelona Coach Pep Guardiola. If Barceloan won the UEFA Champion's League Final of 2009 Guardiola will be the first person who has become a Champions League player/winner and a winner as a coach. This is Guardiola's first season with Barcelona. Manchester United and Barcelona were semifinal opponents last season. United won the game. This year both of the teams had to get rid of two British soccer clubs to make it to the UEFA Champions league Final 2009. Barcelona became the winner in the semifinal game with Chelsea, while Manchester united won the game against Arsenal. It is estimated that approximately one billion worldwide audience will watch the UEFA 2009 Champions League Final on TV. Keep in mind that these are the two most popular soccer teams in Europe. They have millions of fans throughout the world. Today's dream matchup will decide the true Champions of Europe: Manchester United vs. FC Barcelona. For the English speaking fans you can follow the 2009 UEFA Champions League Final online. You can enjoy live match commentary from Rome for free with MUTV Online. Audio coverage of the UEFA Champions League final between United and Barcelona will begin at 19:00 BST - 45 minutes before kick-off - on Wednesday 27 May 2009. Join Hugh Ferris and Mickey Thomas as they talk you through the build-up and then describe the action live as it happens at Stadio Olimpico. Stadio Olimpico, which is hosting the UEFA Champions League Final in 2009, is the major stadium of Rome in Italy. It is located on the Foro Italico. It is the home of both A.S. Roma and S.S. Lazio. It was built in 1936 and has a capacity of 82,307. It was the site of the 1960 Summer Olympics, but has also served as the location of the 1987 World Athletics Championships and the 1990 FIFA World Cup. All eyes are on the game to crown the winner.

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