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UEFA Champions League final is the world’s most-watched annual sporting event on television and social media platforms.
FC Bayern München‘s victory against Borussia Dortmund was broadcasted in more than 200 countries to an estimated global average audience of 150 million and a projected global unique reach of over 360 million viewers.
UEFA.com registered a traffic increase with a 13% year-on-year growth in visits and 25% in visitors to the competition’s homepage.
UEFA also used key digital platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and YouTube, extending the number of followers of UEFA’s official social media channels to around the 22 million mark.

After the final of the UEFA Champions League, we present some key figures of the 2012/2013 edition regarding the games, teams and players that took part in this competition.
 
Games: 124
Teams: 32
Players: 704 (average of 22 per team)
Goals: 365 (2.9 per game)
1-15 Minute Goals: 41 (11.1%)
16-30 Minute Goals: 55 (14.9%)
31-45 Minute Goals: 61 (16.5%)
– Additional Time (1st half) Goals: 7 (1.9%)
– 46-60 Minute Goals: 59 (15.9%)
– 61-75 Minute Goals: 57 (15.4%)
– 76-90 Minute Goals: 68 (18.4%)
– Additional Time (2nd half) Goals: 22 (5.9%)
– Extra Time (1st half) Goals: 0 (0%)
– Extra Time (2nd half) Goals: 0 (0%)
– Offsides: 662 (5.3 per game)
– Fouls: 3,395 (27.4 per game)
Corner Kicks: 1,296 (10.5 per game)
– Yellow cards: 545 (4.4 per game)
– Red Cards: 20 (0.2 per game)
Top 3 Best Scorers: 1st – Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid (12 Goals, Accuracy 16%, scored every 90 minutes), 2nd – Robert Lewandowski, Borussia Dortmund (10 goals; Accuracy 22%, scored every 109 minutes); 3rd – Burak Yilmaz, Galatasaray (8 goals, 24% Accuracy, scored every 96 minutes)
Top 3 Players with More Assists: 1st – Zlatan Ibrahimovic, PSG (7), 2nd – Karim Benzema, Real Madrid (5), 3rd – Mesut Ozil, Real Madrid (5)
– Top 3 Players with More Shots on Target: 1st – Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid (53 shots, 4.4 per game), 2nd – Lionel Messi, Barcelona (28 shots, 2.5 per game), 3rd – Robert Lewandowski, Borussia Dortmund (26 shots, 2 per game)
Teams with More Goals per game: 1st – Chelsea, England (2.67), 2nd – Bayern Munchen, Germany (2.38), 3rd – Real Madrid, Spain (2.17)
Goals per Match Finalists: Bayern Munchen, Germany (2.38); Borussia Dortmund, Germany (1.85)
Top 3 Teams with More Shots on Target: 1st – Real Madrid, Spain (135), 2nd – Borussia Dortmund, Germany (115), 3rd – Bayern Munchen, Germany (113)
Commercial Gross Revenues (Euros): 1,340 million
Revenues Distributed to Clubs (Euros): 910 million
 
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Após a final da UEFA Champions League, apresentamos alguns números-chave da edição de 2012/2013 referentes aos jogos, equipas e jogadores que fizeram parte desta competição.
 
– Jogos: 124
– Equipas: 32
– Jogadores: 704 (média de 22 por equipa)
– Golos: 365 (2,9 por jogo)
– Golos Minuto 1-15: 41 (11,1%)
– Golos Minuto 16-30: 55 (14,9%)
– Golos Minuto 31-45: 61 (16,5%)
– Golos Descontos 1ª Parte: 7 (1,9%)
– Golos Minuto 46-60: 59 (15,9%)
– Golos Minuto 61-75: 57 (15,4%)
– Golos Minuto 76-90: 68 (18,4%)
– Golos Descontos 2ª Parte: 22 (5,9%)
– Golos 1ª Parte do Prolongamento: 0 (0%)
– Golos 2ª Parte do Prolongamento: 0 (0%)
– Foras de Jogo: 662 (5,3 por jogo)
– Faltas: 3.395 (27,4 por jogo)
– Cantos: 1.296 (10,5 por jogo)
– Cartões Amarelos: 545 (4,4 por jogo)
– Cartões Vermelhos: 20 (0,2 por jogo)
– Top 3 Melhores Marcadores: 1º – Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid (12 Golos; Eficácia 16%; um golo a cada 90 minutos); 2º – Robert Lewandowski, Borussia Dortmund (10 Golos; Eficácia 22%; um golo a cada 109 minutos); 3º – Burak Yilmaz, Galatasaray (8 Golos; Eficácia 24%; um golo a cada 96 minutos)
– Top 3 Assistências: 1º –Zlatan Ibrahimovic, PSG (7); 2º – Karim Benzema, Real Madrid (5); 3º – Mesut Ozil, Real Madrid (5)
– Top 3 Remates à Baliza: 1º – Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid (53 Remates, 4,4 por jogo); 2º – Lionel Messi, Barcelona (28 Remates, 2,5 por jogo); 3º – Robert Lewandowski, Borussia Dortmund (26 Remates, 2 por jogo)
– Equipas com mais Golos por Jogo: 1º – Chelsea, Inglaterra (2,67); 2º – Bayern Munchen, Alemanha (2,38); 3º –Real Madrid, Espanha (2,17)
– Golos por Jogo Finalistas: Bayern Munchen, Alemanha (2,38); Borussia Dortmund, Alemanha (1,85)
– Top 3 Equipas com mais Remates à Baliza: 1º – Real Madrid, Espanha (135), 2º – Borussia Dortmund, Alemanha (115); 3º – Bayern Munchen, Alemanha (113)
– Receitas Comerciais Brutas (Euros): 1.340 milhões
– Receitas Distribuídas pelos Clubes Participantes (Euros): 910 milhões
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Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munchen will play for the 3rd time against each other in the UEFA Champions League, this Saturday, in the Final of the 2012/2013 edition.
Football Industry presents a set of comparative tables between the two clubs, divided into three distinct areas (Sports Performance, Finance and Web), that will allow us to have an overview of the two clubs, their size and the chances of both in this Final.
SPORTS PERFORMANCE
Overall, the two German giants have met 96 times. In this matter, the advantage of Bayern Munchen is notorious having been victorious 41 times in the clashes with Borussia Dortmund. The German champion in 2012/2013 has presented a quality and spectacular game this season, especially in offensive moments, which can be seen through the indicators and statistics presented in the table below.
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FINANCE
Regarding the financial component, Bayern Munchen presents more strengthened figures occupying the 4th position in the Deloitte Football Money League 2013 compared to the 11th position of Borussia Dortmund. In fact, the team from Munich presents higher values ​​in all revenue streams. Regarding the income structure of the two clubs, there is a significant similarity between them although Borussia depends more on the revenues from television rights. Finally, the team from Dortmund has registered higher average attendances in 2012/2013.
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WEB
Concerning the online component, the presence of Bayern Munchen is stronger, with a higher number of fans/followers in all social networks, which demonstrates a more significant degree of internationalization. For example, Borussia Dortmund only has 36% of the number of Facebook fans of Bayern. Regarding the websites of both clubs, at this time, bvb.de is best placed both nationally and internationally.
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Notes: (1) Data collected on May 22, 2013, (2) The following trophies were considered: FIFA World Cup, UEFA Champions League (European Champion Clubs’ Cup), UEFA Super Cup, Cup Winners Cup Intercontinental Cup, UEFA Cup (Europa League), UEFA Intertoto Cup, Bundesliga, Germany Supercup, Cup Bundesliga, German Cup, (3) Were only considered titles in national and international competitions.
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At a time when most European leagues are about to end, we present five young players who stood out in those which are considered the five most competitive championships, namely, Barclays Premier League (England), Bundesliga (Germany), Liga BBVA (Spain), Ligue 1 (France) and Serie A (Italy).
MARIO GOTZE – Bundesliga
Mario Gotze made ​​an impressive season and has already been “rewarded” with a transfer to Bayern Munchen for about 37 million Euros. The player stands out for its passing, crossing, dribbling and vision ability. Gotze also presented an interesting goalscoring sheet being responsible for 12.5% of Borussia Dortmund‘s goals in 12/13 Bundesliga being also important on defensive moments (2.8 interceptions and tackles per game).
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ERIK LAMELA – Serie A
Although AS Roma has made ​​a modest championship, Erik Lamela has confirmed his potential. The youngster has shown a remarkable ability to dribble and shot scoring 21.7% of the goals of his team.
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SERGE AURIER – Ligue 1
The youngster from Ivory Coast, who plays for Toulouse, has proved to have great potential in tackles, interceptions and aerial duels but still needs to improve on the offensive moments.
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MATIJA NASTASIC – Barclays Premier League
The Serbian central defender who moved from Fiorentina to Manchester City has confirmed his potential and received several praises despite the less successful campaign of his team this year. Matija Nastasic has shown a great ability especially in aerial duels, although this was not confirmed offensively, good passing ability, strong in tackling and fewer fouls per game.
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KOKE – Liga BBVA
The midfielder from  Atlético Madrid‘s “cantera” has been highlighted for his ability to pass and cross (has also played as a winger) and his defensive contribution. Moreover, he has been also responsible for a significant part of his team’s passing (9% of his team’s total passes).
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Notes: (1) Were only considered players with 21 or fewer years of age playing in the German, Spanish, French, English and Italian leagues; (2) The data presented in this article refers to the competitions mentioned above; (3) Data collected on May 18, 2013.
DATA PROVIDER: WhoScored.com
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Numa altura em que a maioria dos campeonatos europeus estão prestes a terminar, apresentamos 5 jovens jogadores que se destacaram durante a época naqueles que são considerados os cinco campeonatos mais mediáticos, nomeadamente, a Barclays Premier League (Inglaterra), a Bundesliga (Alemanha), a Liga BBVA (Espanha), a Ligue 1 (França) e a Serie A (Itália).
MARIO GOTZE – Bundesliga
Mario Gotze realizou uma temporada de grande qualidade tendo já sido “premiado” com a transferência para o Bayern Munchen por cerca de 37 milhões de Euros. O jogador destaca-se pela sua capacidade de passe, cruzamento, drible e visão de jogo. Gotze apresentou também uma interessante veia goleadora sendo responsável por 12,5% dos golos do Borussia Dortmund na Bundesliga 12/13 procurando também ajudar a defender (2,8 cortes e interceções por jogo).
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ERIK LAMELA – Serie A
Apesar de a AS Roma ter realizado um campeonato modesto, Erik Lamela tem confirmado o valor que lhe era reconhecido. O jovem jogador tem apresentado uma capacidade de drible e remate assinaláveis tendo marcado 21,7% dos golos da sua equipa.
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SERGE AURIER – Ligue 1
O jovem da Costa do Marfim, que atua no Toulouse, tem-se revelado um lateral com grande potencial que se mostra forte sobretudo nos cortes, interceções e duelos aéreos mas que ainda necessita de melhorar na componente ofensiva.
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MATIJA NASTASIC – Barclays Premier League
O defesa central sérvio que se transferiu da Fiorentina para o Manchester City no início da época tem confirmado o seu potencial e recebido vários elogios apesar do menor poderio demonstrado pelo clube inglês nesta edição da Barclays Premier League. Matija Nastasic tem demonstrado sobretudo uma grande capacidade nos duelos aéreos, embora não o tenha confirmado ofensivamente, uma boa capacidade de passe, forte no corte e poucas faltas cometidas por jogo.
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KOKE – Liga BBVA
O médio ofensivo da “cantera” do Atlético Madrid tem-se destacado pela sua capacidade de passe e cruzamento (tem atuado também como extremo) e pela sua contribuição defensiva passando grande parte do jogo pelos seus pés (9% do total de passes da equipa durante a época 12/13).
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Notas: (1) Foram considerados jogadores com 21 ou menos anos de idade que atuam nos campeonatos alemão, espanhol, francês, inglês e italiano; (2) Os dados apresentados referem-se às competições acima mencionadas; (3) Dados recolhidos a 18 de Maio de 2013.
DATA PROVIDER: WhoScored.com
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Currently, football clubs attract revenue through their shirts in two ways:
1. Brand that produces the kit (Adidas, Nike, etc..);
2. Sponsor with its logo in the center of the shirt.
The present ranking focuses on the second point. However, regarding the first one, at the moment, Real Madrid has the most valuable contract receiving, on average, 31.5 million Euros per year from Adidas.
In July 2012, Manchester United agreed a deal for seven years with Chevrolet with the amount of 430 million Euros setting a new record. The English club has been the one that has better explored this revenue stream being in negotiations with Nike to improve their current contract, which will probably become the highest one.
According to Forbes, although Real Madrid is the most valuable club, it only has the fifth highest shirt sponsorship. However, the Spanish club is in negotiations with Emirates which will certainly raise the current amount.
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Notes: (1) The 10-year contract between Manchester City and Etihad (491.2 million Euros) and the 5-year contract between Arsenal and Emirates (184.2 million Euros) were not included since they also comprise the naming rights of the stadium and their values are not public; (2) Exchange Rate April 26, 2013: 1 USD = 0.767430 EUR; (3) Amounts rounded to the hundreds of thousands.
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Atualmente, os clubes atraem receitas através das suas camisolas de duas formas:
1. Marca que produz o equipamento (Adidas, Nike, etc.);
2. Patrocinador que apresenta o seu logotipo no centro da camisola.
O ranking que apresentamos foca-se no segundo ponto. No entanto, relativamente ao primeiro, neste momento, o Real Madrid apresenta o contrato mais valioso recebendo, em média, 31,5 milhões de Euros por ano da Adidas.
Em Julho de 2012, o Manchester United selou um acordo de 7 anos com a Chevrolet no valor de 430 milhões de Euros estabelecendo um novo recorde. O clube inglês tem sido aquele que melhor tem explorado este fluxo de receita encontrando-se atualmente em negociações com a Nike para melhorar o seu contrato, esperando-se que este se torne o mais elevado do género.
De acordo com a Forbes, apesar de o Real Madrid ser o clube mais valioso na atualidade, apenas apresenta o quinto patrocínio nas camisolas mais elevado. No entanto, aguarda-se um acordo entre o clube e a Emirates que elevará certamente o montante atual.
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Notas: (1) Não foram incluídos o contrato de 10 anos do Manchester City com a Etihad no valor de 491,2 milhões de Euros e o contrato de 5 anos do Arsenal com a Emirates no valor de 184,2 milhões de Euros uma vez que estes incluem também os naming rights do estádio e a sua separação não é pública; (2) Taxa de câmbio 26 Abril 2013: 1 USD = 0,767430 EUR; (3) Valores arredondados às centenas de milhar.
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