Champions League Fantasy Football: How to Play and More | UEFA Champions League

The new season of the UEFA Champions League is just around the corner, which means the return of’s popular Fantasy Football pastime, which gives you the opportunity to select some of Europe’s top football players to build a squad to compete with the best. With unlimited transfers ahead of Matchday 1, don’t waste time and pick your picks now!

Choose your Fantasy team

main features

  • 15 player squad
  • 2 goalkeepers, 5 defenders, 5 midfielders, 5 forwards
  • €100 million budget (increased to €105 million from the round of 16)
  • Maximum 3 players from the same team in the group stage
  • 2 free transfers on each group stage matchday
  • Possibility of making substitutions within the same journey
  • Possibility to change captain to maximize total score
Champions League Rules


Matchday 1: Tuesday, September 6th, 5:45 pm
Matchday 2:
Tuesday, September 13, 5:45 pm
Matchday 3:
Tuesday, October 4th, 5:45 pm
Matchday 4:
Tuesday, October 11, 5:45 pm
Day 5:
Tuesday, October 25th, 5:45 pm
Matchday 6:
Tuesday, November 1st, 5:45 pm
Round of 16 first leg:
Tuesday, February 14th, time to be confirmed
Round of 16 second leg:
Tuesday, March 7th, time to be confirmed
First leg quarter-finals:
Tuesday, April 11th, time to be confirmed
Second leg quarter-finals:
Tuesday, April 18th, time to be confirmed
Semi-final first leg:
Tuesday, May 9th, time to be confirmed
Second leg of semi-finals:
Tuesday, 16 May, time to be confirmed
Saturday, June 10th, time to be confirmed

Continental Portugal Hours

Exemplary prices of some players

Thibaut Courtois (Real Madrid) – €6.0m
Jan Oblak (Atlético) – €5.5m
Trent Alexander Arnold (Liverpool) – €6.5m
João Cancelo (Man City) – €6.5m
Ivan Perišić (Tottenham) – €6.0m
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – €11.0m
Sadio Mané (Bayern) – €10.5m
Kevin De Bruyne (Man. City) – €11.0m
Leroy Sané (Bayern) – €9.0m
Erling Haaland (Man. City) – €11.0m
Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) – €11.0m
Kylian Mbappe (Paris) – €11.0m
Robert Lewandowski (Barcelona) – €11.0m

There are several ways to score in Fantasy Champions League, but here are some of the main ones:

  • Goals (4 points for forward, 5 for midfielders, 6 for defenders and goalkeepers)
  • Goals from outside the area (1 point)
  • Assists (3 points per player)
  • Not conceding goals (4 points for goalkeepers and defenders)
  • Best of Field (3 points)


An important way to maximize points in Fantasy Champions League is the possibility to change your captain within the same matchday. In the same way that you can replace players who didn’t score as you expected, you can also change captain for similar reasons – not least because the captain scores double.


Want to face your colleagues? Why not create a private league and pass them the code to challenge them and see who is doing better throughout the season?

You will also automatically enter three public leagues: general rankings, other players from your country and other players who support the same club in the Champions League.



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