Saracens beat Leinster 20-10 last season to seal their third Champions Cup title European and Premiership champions Saracens will meet two-time winners Munster, French giants Racing 92 and Welsh side Ospreys in the pool stages of next season’s Champions Cup. They all meet in a tough Pool Four, while Pro14 winners Leinster face Lyon, Northampton…

Danny Rose started in Tottenham’s Champions League final defeat by Liverpool Tottenham defender Danny Rose says it was “draining” being on England duty with Liverpool players after losing to them in the Champions League final. Liverpool won 2-0, five days before England played in the Nations League. Rose was one of four Spurs players in…

Image copyright Met Police Image caption Clockwise L-R: Fahd Amri, Marvin Kerkhof, Boy Patrick Calvin Fuchs and Stefan Tromp were all jailed Four Dutch football fans who threw concrete slabs at Tottenham supporters when violence erupted before their Champions League semi-final against Ajax have been jailed. Spurs and Ajax fans clashed before the match on…

There is a heavy police presence at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid Uefa says “an organised group of people impersonating genuine stewards” is behind a plot to steal tickets for the Champions League final. Spanish police seized fake steward bibs and fake devices for the technical ticket check, as well as fake accreditation in Madrid….

This is the first Champions League final between two sides who both failed to win their respective groups since Inter Milan v Bayern Munich in 2010 Champions League final: Tottenham v Liverpool Venue: Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, Madrid Date: 1 June 2019 Kick-off: 20:00 BST Coverage: Live commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live; live text commentary…

Image copyright PA Image caption Liverpool fans are already soaking up the atmosphere in Madrid Liverpool and Tottenham fans are making their way to Madrid for the Champions League final – and some have got quite a journey ahead. The two Premier League sides will meet at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium on Saturday. With both…

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionSome fans have had to take to the road to get to Madrid There could be a record-breaking number of flights using British skies on one day as English football fans fly to Madrid for the Champions League final. Around 9,000 flights are predicted on Friday, which…