The widely renowned Theatre of Dreams awaits Julian Nagelsmann and RB Leipzig as England’s most successful football club, Manchester United, face east German opposition for the first time since 1965 on Wednesday.
Red Bull Salzburg travel to Madrid this week as the team prepares to face an Atlético Madrid side hungover and full of regret after being thrashed 4-0 by Bayern Munich on matchday one.
Eleven successive attempts Red Bull Salzburg tried to reach the Champions League group stage via the qualification and failed; the twelfth attempt, however, proved to be the one that broke the curse as the team overcame Maccabi Tel Aviv to earn a matchday one encounter with Lokomotiv Moscow at the Red Bull Arena on Wednesday.
Last season’s European adventure took an 11-year-old RB Leipzig to the dizzying heights of a Champions League semi-final. Now back down to earth and into a new season, Die Roten Bullen begin the club’s third Champions League campaign with a home tie against 2019/20 Süper Lig champions, İstanbul Başakşehir, in front of just 999 spectators.
Red Bull Salzburg have submitted their squad for the upcoming 2020/21 Champions League group stage which will commence at home to Lokomotiv Moscow on October 21.
RB Leipzig have submitted their squad for the upcoming 2020/21 Champions League group stage which will commence at the Red Bull Arena on October 20 against İstanbul Başakşehir.
Just over five weeks since the 2019/20 2. Liga came to a halt and around three weeks since the squad helped Red Bull Salzburg reach the UEFA Youth League semi-finals, Liefering return to competitive action on Sunday as they welcome newly-promoted Rapid Vienna II to the DAS.GOLDBERG Stadion.
For the second time in the UEFA Youth League’s short-term existence, Red Bull Salzburg are within touching distance of claiming the ultimate prize in Nyon. Following a nerve-wracking performance against Olympique Lyon in the quarter-finals, Bo Svensson and Matthias Jaissle’s side must overcome Real Madrid to reach the final.
RasenBallsport Leipzig, the east German football club founded on May 19, 2009 in the small town of Markranstädt, are one game away from reaching the pinnacle of European football, the Champions League final. However, standing in their way is Paris Saint-Germain, one of the richest, most marketable, and biggest spenders in world football.