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Kiev

#RoadToKiev

Get to know the city

The city

The city of Kiev is the capital of Ukraine and belongs to the Kiev region. It is one of the most important cities in Eastern Europe. The official language is Ukrainian, it has more that 2.8 million inhabitants and covers an area of 839 km2. Among its tourist attractions include: the Monastery of the Caves and the Cathedrals, the Independence square, the Motherland Monument and the Mariinski park. 

What to visit

Monastery of the Caves: it is a World Heritage Site and the oldest monastery in Kiev. It highlights the Cathedral of the Assumption, which is the main church of the monastic complex.

Independence Square: it is the heart of the city of Kiev. In it is the Independence Column, an obelisk culminated with an archangel.

STADIUM

The Olympic Stadium in Kiev (NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium) has a capacity for 70,000 spectators. It is also the home of the Ukrainian national team and Dynamo Kiev. The Spanish national team won Euro 2012 in that stadium. It was inaugurated in 1923, coinciding with the second Ukrainian Games (second Spartakiad). Since then it has been reformed several times, especially in 1980, when it hosted the Olympic Games.

1

Keylor Navas

Place of birth
San Isidro (Costa Rica)
Age
32
Position
Goalkeeper

13

K. Casilla

Place of birth
Alcover (Tarragona)
Age
32
Position
Goalkeeper

30

Luca

Place of birth
Marseille (France)
Age
21
Position
Goalkeeper

2

Carvajal

Place of birth
Leganés (Madrid)
Age
27
Position
Defender

3

Vallejo

Place of birth
Zaragoza
Age
22
Position
Defender

4

Sergio Ramos

Place of birth
Camas (Sevilla, Spain)
Age
33
Position
Defender

5

R. Varane

Place of birth
Lille (France)
Age
26
Position
Defender

6

Nacho

Place of birth
Madrid
Age
29
Position
Defender

12

Marcelo

Place of birth
Río de Janeiro (Brazil)
Age
31
Position
Defender

15

Theo

Place of birth
Marselile (France)
Age
21
Position
Defender

19

Achraf

Place of birth
Madrid
Age
20
Position
Defender

8

Kroos

Place of birth
Greifswald (Germany)
Age
29
Position
Midfielder

10

Modric

Place of birth
Zadar (Croatia)
Age
33
Position
Midfielder

14

Casemiro

Place of birth
Sao Paulo (Brazil)
Age
27
Position
Midfielder

18

M. Llorente

Place of birth
Madrid
Age
24
Position
Midfielder

20

Asensio

Place of birth
Palma de Mallorca
Age
23
Position
Forward

22

Isco

Place of birth
Benalmádena (Málaga, Spain)
Age
27
Position
Midfielder

23

Kovacic

Place of birth
Linz (Austria)
Age
25
Position
Midfielder

24

D. Ceballos

Place of birth
Utrera (Sevilla)
Age
22
Position
Midfielder

7

Ronaldo

Place of birth
Funchal (Portugal)
Age
34
Position
Forward

9

Benzema

Place of birth
Lyon (France)
Age
31
Position
Forward

11

Bale

Place of birth
Cardiff (Wales)
Age
30
Position
Forward

17

Lucas Vázquez

Place of birth
Curtis (A Coruña)
Age
28
Position
Forward

21

B. Mayoral

Place of birth
Parla (Madrid)
Age
22
Position
Forward

The 12 Champions Leagues

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  • Real Madrid 4-3 Stade de Reims (1956)
    Real Madrid 4-3 Stade de Reims (1956)View details
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    The first edition of the competition. The final was played in Paris and saw the start of Real Madrid's reign in Europe. The Whites came back from 2 goals down with goals from Di Stéfano, Marquitos and Rial (2).

  • Real Madrid 2-0 Fiorentina (1957)
    Real Madrid 2-0 Fiorentina (1957)View details
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    Final held at the Santiago Bernabéu. Real Madrid secured their second consecutive European Cup thanks to goals from Di Stéfano and Gento.

  • Real Madrid 3-2 Milán (1958)
    Real Madrid 3-2 Milán (1958)View details
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    The two teams that are currently the most successful in the competition met in Brussels in the third consecutive European Cup that Real Madrid won, with goals from Di Stéfano, Rial and Gento.

  • Real Madrid 2-0 Stade de Reims (1959)
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    The 4th edition of the continental title saw the first two finalists in the competition’s history meet in the Stuttgart final. Real Madrid won with goals from Puskas and Di Stéfano.

  • Real Madrid 7-3 Eintracht Frankfurt (1960)
    Real Madrid 7-3 Eintracht Frankfurt (1960)View details
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    Puskas, with 4 goals, and Di Stéfano, with 3, finished off the German team in the Glasgow final. Real Madrid won their 5th consecutive title and confirmed their status as King of Europe.

  • Real Madrid 2-1 Partizán Belgrado (1966)
    Real Madrid 2-1 Partizán Belgrado (1966)View details
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    The Yeyé Madrid lifted the European Cup in Brussels, six years after the club's final continental win, with goals from Amancio and Serena.

  • Real Madrid 1-0 Juventus (1998)
    Real Madrid 1-0 Juventus (1998)View details
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    After 32 years, Real Madrid returned to taste European glory thanks to a goal by Mijatovic. The Amsterdam final was the beginning of a stage of domination in which the club won 3 Champions Leagues in five years.

  • Real Madrid 3-0 Valencia (2000)
    Real Madrid 3-0 Valencia (2000)View details
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    The first all-Spanish final in the European Cup was played in Paris. Goals from Morientes, in the first half and McManaman and Raúl in the second added to the Real Madrid honours list in this competition.

  • Real Madrid 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen (2002)
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    The Glasgow final is remembered for the ninth European Cup which Real Madrid won and for the legendary volley scored by Zinedine Zidane. One of the best goals in the history of the competition.

  • Real Madrid 4-1 Atlético (2014)
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    Lisbon hosted the final between two teams from the same city and created a hero for the history of Real Madrid. Sergio Ramos‘ equaliser in the 93rd minute sent the game in to extra-time before Real Madrid finished off the game with goals from Bale, Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo.

  • Real Madrid 1-1 Atlético (2016)
    Real Madrid 1-1 Atlético (2016)View details
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    Two years after la Décima, the all-Madrid final was repeated. In Milan, Sergio Ramos was against the star scoring the first goal of the game. In the penalty shootout, Cristiano Ronaldo took on the responsibility of taking the last and decisive spot kick. He scored and gave Real Madrid their eleventh European Cup.

  • Juventus 1-4 Real Madrid (2017)
    Juventus 1-4 Real Madrid (2017)View details
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    After a first half that ended level, Real Madrid played were inimitable in the second half. Cristiano netted a brace, and Casemiro and Asensio both scored to secure La Duodecima in Cardiff. The Whites were the first team to win two Champions League in a row.

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