The UEFA Champions League, known simply as the Champions League, is the most prestigious club competition in European football.
The best soccer clubs in Europe compete in this most watched annual sporting event worldwide in 2013, drawing 360 million television viewers. Below is a collation of all of DW Sports' recent articles about the competition.
Season after season, ticket prices for Champions League matches get higher and higher. As clubs squabble, hardcore traveling supporters across Europe bear the brunt of the costs. UEFA must cap tickets to end this circus.
Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Schalke were all humbled by Premier League opposition in the Round of 16 of the Champions League. For the English sides, it's their time. For the Bundesliga, there's no need to panic.
While Leroy Sané caught the eye against his old club, Gelsenkirchen-born Ilkay Gündogan was the conductor of Pep Guardiola's Manchester City orchestra. The midfielder is finding peak form again at an interesting time.
Bayern Munich know they have to score at least once on Wednesday night if they are to progress to an eighth straight quarterfinal. But with Liverpool posing a threat on the counter-attack, it's a tricky balancing act.
Struggling in the Bundesliga and with a first leg loss to overcome, Schalke's chances of knocking out Manchester City on Tuesday look slim. But recent Champions League shocks have shown there's always a glimmer of hope.
Robert Lewandowski has been in top goalscoring form, but came up short against Liverpool in the first leg of the Champions League last 16. Bayern Munich need their frontman at his best to keep their European hopes alive.