Friday June 5 2020
Football Italia calcio quiz - Champions League 2002-03

Think you know your Capocannoniere from your catenaccio? Test your Italian football knowledge with Football Italia’s calcio quiz, Champions League 2002-03 edition!

The first-ever all-Italian final capped off the 2002-03 Champions League, as Milan met Juventus in the showpiece and eventually claimed a sixth trophy, winning on penalties following a goalless 120 minutes.

Both the Bianconeri and the Rossoneri had difficult routes to the final. La Liga’s big two, Barcelona and Real Madrid, were beaten along the way, while Milan also had to overcome neighbours Inter in a tense semi-final.

The final itself may not have been a classic but it was historic nonetheless. While Italian clubs had appeared regularly in the final of the Champions League – and the European Cup before it – never before had both finalists come from the peninsula. It was also only the second time both finalists came from the same country – the first was a few years earlier, when Real Madrid defeated Valencia.

So how much do you remember about the 2002-03 Champions League campaign? Click the quiz to get started, post your score in the comments below – and buona fortuna!

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