UEFA are considering a change to the Champions League format as three new possible formats set to be introduced next season.
The Champions League tournament is regarded as the best tournament in the world of football and we have been seeing a lot of wonders over the past years.
It’s an important competition and it seems like the UEFA are set to make an amendment in the UCL format.
It was reported that European clubs agreed to the four possible formats that is set to be introduced to the Champions League.
What are the three new UCL formats?
These four formats have not been made official yet, as it was reported that UEFA are considering a change ahead of the next campaign.
1. No two leg Semi-final
They will be no more second leg in the Champions League semi-final. The team that secure a victory will go straight to the final and if the game ends in a draw, it’s a penalty shootout.
2. Semi and final to be played in the same city over a single week
The Champions League semi and final will be played in the City over a single week. There’s no need in changing the venue for the Champions League final and it will be played in the same City, per (timesports)
3. ‘Final four’ format to be adapted as a mini-tournament
According to reports, top European clubs agreed with the three new formats that will be introduced to the tournament next season.
The UEFA could make an announcement about the new formats if other European clubs support the idea.
Who will win the Champions League trophy this season?
As things stand, there’s a possibility that Liverpool will win the UCL trophy because they are defensively and offensively good.
Manchester City and Liverpool have got an advantage against Villarreal and Real Madrid, but the finalist will be known next week.