Eight minutes on the clock, 66 clubs to guess – though many appear more than once.
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It's gradually become the biggest competition on Earth, even replacing the World Cup in some people's minds as the greatest tournament to watch.
But the Champions League had humble beginnings. In the first edition of the European Cup, the English champions were invited – but the FA vetoed the invite amidst concern that playing a few more games would lead to fixture congestion.
The committee that stopped that English side called the European Cup "something of a joke" and "at best, a nine-day wonder" – yet here we are, over 60 years later, sending four teams a season into the competition.
Luckily the following English champions ignored the request not to play. It's safe to say it's a little more recognised, now…
Mark White has been a staff writer on FourFourTwo since joining in January 2020, writing pieces for both online and the magazine. Over his time on the brand, he has interviewed the likes of Aaron Ramsdale and Jack Wilshere, written pieces ranging on subjects from Bobby Robson's season at Barcelona to Robinho's career, and has been to the FA Cup and League Cup finals, working for FFT.
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