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Football is arguably the sport with the most activity throughout the year, no matter how broad we imagine. So, in the coming days, football fans will have something to talk about, because in addition to the competitions of popular leagues on the Old Continent, the first title of the year in the Greater Antilles will be determined and the main club tournaments will return. on both sides of the Atlantic.
The first to break the ice is the Copa Libertadores of South America, which from this Tuesday until next Thursday will give us the first day of the group stage, corresponding to its 2023 edition.
This year’s final will take place on 11 November at the Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro and from now on the Brazilian teams Flamengo and Atlético Paranaense, defending champions and runners-up respectively, will start as favourites.
Following the debut of this hot continental competition next Saturday at the Antonio Maceo Stadium in Santiago de Cuba, the Red Devils will face the Cienfuegos Mariners for the 107th place Apertura Tournament crown. National Football League.
It will be a duel of different philosophies, where a tough indomitable defense will face an explosive southern attack. However, those from a hot country start with the mental advantage of playing at home, as well as the experience of several matches of this type.
Three days after the first trophy of the season is decided on the island, we will return to Europe to see the Champions League quarter-finals, where on Tuesday we will see the first matches between Benfica-Inter, Manchester City-Bayern and Real Madrid matches will take place the next day. Chelsea and Milan-Napoli.
In addition to the Champions League, next Thursday we will also host the top eight rounds in Europe and the Conference League.
Source: Juventud Rebelde