UEFA Champions League technical report

The three club tournament reports centre on the final match, examining important tactical aspects identified by UEFA’s technical observers and presenting a data profile of the two teams in the final. Every report has a profile of the Player of the Season and the Young Player of the Season, along with sections dedicated to the Team and Goals. UEFA Champions League technical report is as follows:

UEFA Champions League technical report

The comprehensive technical report for each competition will be released at a later date during the summer preceding the 2024/25 season.

The technical analysts at the Borussia Dortmund-Real Madrid final at Wembley on the previous Saturday scrutinised the tactical elements listed below for Part One of the UEFA Champions League technical report: Dortmund posed a threat from the back in the first half, Madrid made adjustments before halftime to enhance the balance in midfield, and the eventual victors posed a threat from corner kicks.

The UEFA Europa League report analyses Atalanta’s individual marking strategy in the final against Bayer Leverkusen, while the UEFA Women’s Champions League report focuses on Barcelona’s dominant ball possession and tactical fluidity in their victory over Lyon, highlighting the influential performances of key players such as Caroline Graham Hansen and Aitana Bonmatí.

UEFA observers, who are seasoned coaches and former players, collaborate with the performance analysis department to provide comprehensive reports on all national-team and club competitions.

UEFA Champions League technical report


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