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Champions League Final 2004 - Arena Auf Schalke

In the heart of Germany's coal producing area, Gelsenkirchen will be ready for more heat as the host city for the 2003/04 UEFA Champions League final.

Champions League final 2004 match stadium - AufSchalke Arena

The fans persuaded the German Football Association (DFB) to build the 70,000-capacity Parkstadion here, in time for the 1974 FIFA World Cup. Nearly 30 years on, with the FIFA World Cup returning to Germany, the multi-functional Arena AufSchalke was built alongside it, opening in 2001.

Built at a cost of €192m, it has a capacity of 60,000, including 16,000 standing places to maintain the legendary atmosphere. Its main features include a four-screen video cube, a removable pitch, a retractable roof, and a chip-card method of payment within the stadium complex.

Champions League Final 2004 - competition info

The UEFA Champions League is UEFA's most prestigious club competition. Originally created as the European Champion Clubs' Cup prior to the 1955/56 season, the competition changed format and name to the UEFA Champions League in time for the 1992/93 season.

The UEFA Champions League is open to each national association's domestic champions, as well as clubs who finish just behind them in the domestic championship table. The number of clubs that can be entered by an association and their entry point in the competition depends on the association's position in UEFA's coefficient ranking list.

Since then, the competition has continued to evolve, maintaining a mixture of round-robin group matches together with the traditional knock-out format. For the 2003/04 season, following the three qualifying rounds, a new format for the 32-team group stage (eight groups with four teams each) will be implemented. The group winners and runners-up will advance to the knock-out stage of the competition, with the eight third-placed teams moving to the UEFA Cup third round, while the eight fourth-placed teams will be eliminated.

The 16 clubs that advance to the knock-out stage of Champiopns League will play two matches against each other on a home and away basis, with the club scoring the greater aggregate of goals qualifying for the next round. In the event of both teams scoring the same number of goals, the team which scores more goals away qualifies. The two teams that advance from the knock-out round contest the Champions League final, held as a single match. [official UEFA.com competition info]

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