Excitement over the Upcoming UWCL Final
The 2016–17 UWCL or UEFA Women’s Champions League is the 16th version of the European women’s club football championship. It is the 8th edition since being re-branded as the UEFA Women’s Champions League and is organized by UEFA. The tournament has expanded and is now made of 12 national associations, and the competition has broadened. However, with no increase in prize-money, it has earned criticism too. The amount increase has been from €12,000 over €17,000 to €20,000 based on flight time.
The popularity of women’s football has been growing in Wales and UEFA European Women’s Under-19 Championship hosted in 2013 was the first UEFA finals to be hosted in Wales. Welsh Premier Women’s League is now a well-established national league and continues to get encouraging participation and improve the women’s game in Wales.
2016–17 UEFA Women’s Champions League
Fifty-nine teams from UEFA member associations are all set to participate in the 2016–17 UWCL and enjoys a record number of entries. The number of participating teams for each association will get determined by the ranking based on the UEFA Women’s Champions League. The winners of the last years UEFA Women’s Champions League are given an additional entry in case the team fails to qualify.
Finals at the Cardiff City Stadium
Cardiff is preparing to host the UEFA final on 1 June at the Cardiff City Stadium. After the Olympics, this is the biggest single sporting event in the UK, and the event is held just two days before the final of the men’s tournament at the Millennium Stadium. Rugby union and football are the most popular sports in Cardiff, and Cardiff City (the Bluebirds) are the capital’s biggest team have played in the English football league ever since they were founded.
Cardiff is a port city on the western side of Great Britain, and the Severn Estuary separates it from England. It is about 240km from London, and it is easy to reach the compact city both internationally and from within the UK. It is essential to make an advance booking so as to avoid last minute disappointments. Cardiff is all booked up, and a campsite is being set up nearby in Pontcanna Fields to accommodate further visitors. There would be glamping facilities and pre-pitched camping at the campsite that will operate between 31 May and 5 June and provide affordable accommodation to the visitors.
PSG’s hopes look slim at Women’s Champions League final with Lyon in the opposite. UEFA Women’s Champions League final will be played at 19:45 local on 1 June. Fans all over the world can watch the UWCL final as Eurosport provides Pan-European coverage. The Middle East and North African viewers enjoy the game on beIN Sports, while fans in the rest of the world can catch the action live on UEFA.com and UEFA.tv. The game is as popular as the wide range of fun and excitement available at Betfair New Jersey. The format of the competition has mainly remained unchanged from previous years.