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Much of the excitement the Champions League brings is facing continental opponents your team wouldn’t play on a regular basis and the way the Champions League is organised let’s you visit a stadium in a foreign nation. Travelling thousands of miles to a different country, experiencing a different culture and football atmosphere is truly a different experience but with football being a business foremost, someone is making money every time there is game.
Our friends at GoEuro, along with OneFootball, have done a little digging to find out just how much the travel income in generated from the Champions League. Bear in mind, they have taken into consideration travelling costs and accommodation and have excluded ticket costs from the numbers.
Eric Devin provides a detailed tactical analysis about the Champions League quarter-final second leg that finished AS Monaco 3-1 Borussia Dortmund. AS Monaco (4-4-2): Danijel Subasic; Almamy Touré, Kamil Glik, Jemerson, Benjamin...