The 2022-2023 Champions League starts on this Tuesday with the kick-off of the group stage. The most prestigious European competition will feature once again the top players from the whole continent including 63 Maurice Revello Tournament graduates.
Some won it, others dream about having this feeling : lifting the Champions League trophy. The 68th edition of the most prestigious competition in Europe starts on this Tuesday.
63 players seen previously at the Maurice Revello Tournament will compete in the Champions League this season. We think notably about Alisson and Reece James who respectively won the competition in 2019 and 2021, the Brazil goalkeeper with Liverpool and the English right-back with Chelsea.
An accomplishment that several Maurice Revello Tournament dream about. Like the PSG defenders Marquinhos and Presnel Kimpembe. As well as Portuguese stars of Manchester City, Ruben Dias and Joao Cancelo. All of them lost a Champions League final (Paris in 2020, Manchester City in 2021) and hope to eventually lift the trophy this season.
Meanwhile, several young talents monitored recently at the Tournoi Maurice Revello will discover the Champions League in the upcoming weeks. It’s the case notably of Hugo Ekitike (PSG), Nuno Tavares (Olympique de Marseille) or Conor Gallagher (Chelsea).
The 63 Tournoi Maurice Revello graduates to compete in the 22/23 Champions League :
AC Milan : Fikayo Tomori
Ajax : Maarten Stekelenburg, Jorge Sanchez, Steven Berghuis
Atletico Madrid : Thomas Lemar, Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco, Matheus Cunha
Barcelone : Franck Kessie
Benfica : Gilberto Moraes, Florentino Luis, Joao Mario, Gonçalo Ramos
Celtic Glasgow : Greg Taylor, Anthony Ralston, Reo Hatate, Jota
Chelsea : Kalidou Koulibaly, Ben Chilwell, Reece James, Trevoh Chalobah, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Conor Gallagher
Eintracht Francfort : Makoto Hasebe, Daichi Kamada, Rafael Santos Borré
Juventus : Adrien Rabiot
Leipzig : Péter Gulácsi, Abdou Diallo
Leverkusen : Paulinho
Liverpool : Alisson Becker, Caiomhin Kelleher, James Milner
Maccabi Haifa : Dylan Batubinsika
Manchester City : Ederson Moraes, Ruben Dias, Joao Cancelo, Jack Grealish
Olympique de Marseille : Chancel Mbemba, Nuno Tavares
Naples : Mario Rui
Paris SG : Marquinhos, Presnel Kimpembe, Danilo Pereira, Vitinha, Hugo Ekitike
Plzen : Martin Jedlicka, Libor Holik, Jan Sykora, Tomas Chory
Porto : David Carmo, Wendell, Danny Loader, Joao Mario
Rangers : Robbie McCrorie, Scott Wright
Séville FC : Yassine Bounou, Tanguy Kouassi, Alejandro Gomez
Tottenham : Hugo Lloris, Davinson Sanchez, Japhet Tanganga, Eric Dier, Emerson Royal