UEFA Champions League 2002/03 Magazine of football pictures


2002/03 Season Review Man Utd comeback denies Gunners

The home leg of this Champions League 2002/03 quarter-final produced only the Reds' second victory over arguably the European game's most gilded name, but sadly saw Sir Alex Ferguson's men.


Inzaghi über Milans Finaltriumph 2003 UEFA Champions League

The Champions League is the most famous club competition in the world, famous for making players become legends.. 2002/03. Milan. Juventus. 2001/02. Real Madrid. Bayer Leverkusen. 2000/01.


Cómo ver la final de la Champions League por este sábado

Monumental is a fitting description of Newcastle's European campaign in 2002-03 and not just because there were weighty fixtures against huge clubs; Juventus, Barcelona, Inter Milan.


Champions League 2002/03, Finale, AC Mailand Juventus Turin 32

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Champions League 2002/03 Magazine of football pictures

UEFA Champions League 2002-03 includes match scores, aggregate scores and fixtures from Group Stage to Knock-Out Stage. UEFA Champions League 2002-03 was the 48th season of Europe's Top Tier Football Tournament, which was held from 17th July 2002 to 28th May 2003. AC Milan were 2002-03 UEFA Champions League Winners.


Champions League 2002 AGON SportsWorld

The 2002-03 UEFA Champions League was the 11th season of UEFA's premier European club football tournament, the UEFA Champions League, since its rebranding in.


Page 4 Champions League winners Every edition's winner since 1992/93

72 teams from 48 UEFA member associations participated in the 2002-03 UEFA Champions League. The 2002-03 competition was the 4th season with the 8 group stage followed by a 4 group stage. In a reorganization of teams, Germany, Switzerland and Scotland lost a team. England, Belgium and Austria gained an extra team.


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The first two fixtures between the teams came in the semi-final of the 2002-03 Champions League, with the first leg ending in a 0-0 draw. In the second leg, Andriy Shevchenko scored for Milan just.


Five players to have scored a hattrick as substitute in Champions League

The 2002-03 UEFA Champions League second group stage matches took place between 26 November 2002 and 19 March 2003. The second group stage featured the eight group winners and eight group runners-up from the group stage. Each team was drawn into one of four groups, each of which featured three other clubs.


The Champions League cupsngups

1958/59. 1957/58. 1956/57. Official in-depth guide to matches in the UEFA Champions League 2002/03, including results, stats and video highlights.


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Official in-depth guide to UEFA Champions League 2002/03, including results, stats and video highlights.


AC Milan Away football shirt 2002 2003. Sponsored by Opel

Champions League Results | Sky Sports Football Champions League Results News Teams Fixtures Results Table Transfers Watch Pundits On Sky Scores Bet Seasons Competitions Teams August.


UEFA Champions League 2002/03 Magazine of football pictures

Juventus vs Milan 2002/03. All UEFA Champions League match information including stats, goals, results, history, and more.


UEFA Champions League 2002/03 Magazine of football pictures

The 2002-03 season was a particularly colourful one for Newcastle on the European stage. In the first group stage, Newcastle lost their first three matches in a row, then, in an astonishing reversal, shocked Italian giants Juventus 1-0 at St James' Park. [2]


The teams that advanced to the quarterfinals of the champions league

The 2002-03 UEFA Champions League was the 11th season of UEFA 's premier European club football tournament, the UEFA Champions League, since its rebranding in 1992, and the 48th European Cup tournament overall.


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The 2003 UEFA Champions League final was a football match that took place at Old Trafford in Manchester, England on 28 May 2003 to decide the winner of the 2002-03 UEFA Champions League. The match was contested by two Italian teams: Juventus and Milan.