Gareth Bale's overhead kick in last season's Champions League final has been shortlisted in the best the best goal of the season award.Read the full story ›
A total of 314,264 people came into the city centre for the final between Juventus and Real Madrid on 3 June.Read the full story ›
Pasquale Minichini, 35, was spotted by an off-duty Italian police officer in the Welsh capital as he tried to sell his counterfeit tickets.Read the full story ›
The Champions League final is over, with an estimated 170,000 fans having visited the capital. Here is the best from the weekend.Read the full story ›
Security analyst Major Chip Chapman said the Champions League final in Cardiff was a success and warned the public to vigilant.Read the full story ›
Holding the Champions League final will have a "long-lasting legacy for the city," according to Cardiff Council.Read the full story ›
Wales and Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale said winning the Champions League in his home city of Cardiff was "a dream come true".Read the full story ›
Wales and Real Madrid's' Gareth Bale has won his third Champions League title in his home city of Cardiff.Read the full story ›
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Wales' Gareth Bale starts the Champions League final on bench.
The forward has not played since coming off in the first half of El Clasico on April 23, and he admitted he may have rushed his return following an ankle operation in November.
Bale hopes to become the sixth man to be crowned a European champion in his home city, with former Manchester United goalkeeper Alex Stepney the only previous British player to do so at Wembley in 1968.
Excitement is building in Cardiff ahead of Real Madrid and Juventus' Champions League final clash in the National Stadium of Wales.Read the full story ›