Zenit St.Petersburg Champions League tickets (2022/2023)

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The UEFA Champions League is the most watched cup competition in club football in which the best teams including Zenit St. Petersburg from across Europe play for the chance to lift the Champions League Trophy (Coupe des Clubs Champions Européens) at the end of the season. Find and buy Zenit St. Petersburg Champions League tickets from our inventory list and get your UEFA Champions League tickets at the best prices from the safest websites and see all the games from the stadium in Russia and elsewhere.
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Zenit St.Petersburg is inevitably the most progressive Russian club in the continental competition, with a title in the second tier European tournament. In UEFA Champions League, they are one of the very few Russian teams who have been able to qualify from the group stage for several times. Supported by the Russian state-owned energy company, Gazprom, Zenit have turned their home ground, Krestovsky Stadium as one of the most modern venue in the country. It has been selected for hosting World Cup 2018 games, EURO 2020 matches as well as UEFA Champions League final. The continental fixtures in this 67,800-seated stadium with its great atmosphere from the fans are surely worth experiencing.

The club has a number of international figures joining and leading the squad since winning Europa League in 2008 and they have provided great support for Zenit’s campaign in the Champions League. Konstantin Zyryanov, Roman Shirokov, Sergei Semak, Alexander Kerzhakhov, Nicolas Lombaerts, Givanildo Hulk, Axel Witsel, Danny Domenico Criscito and Artem Dzyuba are those notable players on the pitch while two foreign managers, Luciano Spaletti and Andre Villas-Boas are the few names who managed to guide them to the knock out stage in UCL.

Top Achievements

Zenit St. Petersburg’s most distinguished achievements since their debut in 1985/86 season were progressing from the group stage. They have not only done it for once but three times. Unfortunately, Benfica have been their nightmare to advance further since the Portuguese side ousted them twice, in 2012 and 2016. In the former season, they were eliminated 3-5 on aggregate whereas in the latter one, they were edged out 1-3 on aggregate. On another occasion, in 2014, it was Borussia Dortmund which sent them to the exit by 4-5 on aggregate.

The rest of their appearances, their campaign tended to crash out at the group stage without even a chance to go down to Europa League. Overall, their Champions League campaign has been slightly more consistent compared to their local rivals, CSKA Moscow or even Spartak Moscow.

Iconic Moments

When it comes to the

Iconic Moments

in the Champions League, Zenit’s seems to be closely related to the Portuguese side, Benfica. Both sides have squared off four times in two-legged games, which means eight times in total. They have met twice at the group stage and knock out stage each.

The most memorable one was their first win at the first meeting at the round of 16 in 2011/12 season. Sergei Semak and Co crushed Benfica 3-2 at home. Semak himself scored one after Roman Shirokov’s brace. Benfica could only respond twice through Perreira and Cardozo. The next one was in 2014/15 group stage when Zenit sealed two wins in both home and away fixture. The 2-0 victory on the road in Da Luz was more notable with Givanildo Hulk and Axel Witsel as the scorer.

The most disappointing one was also in 2011/12 at the second leg when As Augias edged out them 2-0 to prevent them from advancing to the next stage. Perreira and Olivera bagged the winning goal.

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