The Champions League was originally called the "European Cup". It was renamed the UEFA Champions League in 1992.

Original Name:

Real Madrid holds the record for the most Champions League titles, with 13 wins as of my last training data (up until January 2022).

Real Madrid:

Fastest Goal:

Roy Makaay of Bayern Munich holds the record for the fastest goal in Champions League history, scoring just 10.12 seconds into a match against Real Madrid in 2007.

Largest Margin of Victory:

AS Roma defeated Apoel Nicosia 10-1 on aggregate in the 1960-61 season, marking the largest margin of victory in a two-legged Champions League tie.

Only Two Clubs with 100% Final Win Rate:

Nottingham Forest and Porto have both won the Champions League twice and have a 100% record in finals they've contested.

Youngest Goal Scorer:

Raúl, a Spanish striker, was just 18 years and 114 days old when he scored his first Champions League goal for Real Madrid against Ferencváros in 1995.

Largest Attendance:

The highest attendance for a Champions League final was in 1985 at the Heysel Stadium in Brussels, Belgium, when 59,000 spectators watched the final between Juventus and Liverpool.

Most Goals in a Single Season:

Lionel Messi holds the record for the most goals scored in a single Champions League season. He netted 14 goals during the 2011-2012 campaign.

Quickest Hat-Trick:

Bafétimbi Gomis scored the fastest hat-trick in Champions League history in 2011, taking just 7 minutes to score three goals for Lyon against Dinamo Zagreb.

Only Back-to-Back Titles:

Arrigo Sacchi's AC Milan won the Champions League in 1989 and 1990 without losing a single game in either campaign, a feat yet to be matched.