How to watch the world’s biggest football matches with BBC Sport’s live commentary team
In the early hours of Monday morning, the BBC Sport live commentary teams arrived at the Wembley Arena to witness one of the biggest sporting events in the world.
As the first match of the UEFA Champions League group stage was starting, a huge crowd was already milling about in the centre of the stadium.
There were over 500,000 spectators packed into the stands, and with a capacity of about 40,000, the arena was full to bursting.
There was even more excitement in the stands as there were about 100 fans who were standing in the middle of the arena waiting to get into the stadium for the final.
But as the group stage went on and more fans were arriving to watch, the atmosphere in the stadium got even more intense.
There is a special place in my heart for the stadium, which is why I can’t believe that it took the world by storm to have it here, said one fan.
The atmosphere in this stadium has been incredible.
There are so many people in the crowd and the noise is incredible.
“It’s a very special moment for me, because I know I have to get home, but I can also get the match here, and I can enjoy the atmosphere,” said another.
The atmosphere was palpable when the match started, and the atmosphere was not short of passion.
It’s a moment in time for everyone in the United Kingdom and the world and I’m very happy for the fans.
It’s such a special feeling to see that we are not alone.
We are here to celebrate the achievement of football, and that is what we are here for.
This stadium is home to so many of the world class footballers and I hope that we have a wonderful day out there, said the BBC Sports Director for football, Simon Hill.
The BBC Sport commentary team, who were at the stadium to witness the UEFA Europa League Final between AC Milan and Barcelona, spoke to the thousands of fans waiting for the first leg of the group stages and they were all very emotional.
They spoke about the importance of the game, the importance to the club, the passion of the fans, and of course, the amazing atmosphere that is at Wembley Stadium.
As they watched the second leg of this group stage, the crowd was filled with so much emotion.
The crowd went wild when it was announced that Juventus would be playing in the final of the competition.
Fans sang the name of the legendary coach in the air and the chants for the Giallorossi team were as loud as ever.
There were so many emotions in the place.
One fan was so happy, she was just sitting in the front row.
He was singing his heart out and he was very excited to be part of it.
Another fan was telling us all about his journey to Juventus.
‘I was just going to go and see my girlfriend, but after a while I was going to come back to the stadium and I was so excited, he said.
As the match progressed, the excitement in this section of the Wembley Stadium was even greater.
The fans were all in awe of the Juventus players, and they couldn’t believe how the fans were celebrating their victory.
They were really happy, and it was a special moment.
A fan named James had been waiting in the back for the last few minutes to get in.
James said that he had been watching this match with his daughter for the past year and a half.
She had just got a new car and he had gone to see it in the car park.
I was sitting with my daughter and we were just enjoying it.
We were really enjoying it and it felt so good.
After the match, James said he had seen the atmosphere at the Stadium of Light at Wembley in 2016.
Now, the Wembley atmosphere is just phenomenal.
That atmosphere has never been seen before and it has got a lot of people excited.
For me, it was great, I’m glad to be a part of this.
But it is also a very good feeling, he added.
Everyone is excited to see this amazing team come out.
When the game ended, the fans in the end zone applauded their team and their fans in their end zone.
Football is the ultimate in the sport, and football fans are all about their football team.
Watching this match, you could see that football is the absolute passion that they have for this game.
Every supporter in this arena was so proud and there was so much excitement from the fans at the end.
So the fans will be watching this incredible game for a long time to come.
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