The FUT Championship has finally kicked off, with all the action taking place at the Allianz Arena in Paris, France.
The season three matches are being broadcast live on FS1, and you can watch the whole thing live on the FS1 channel.
The top teams in Europe will compete for the title of the Champions League final on Tuesday, April 20.
The European champions will face Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Ajax, Schalke, Bayern Munich and Chelsea.
The last Champions League spot will be decided in the last match of the season, when Barcelona will host Real Madrid on March 24.
There are three other spots up for grabs: Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
The teams will play on the same day, but in different stadiums.
There’s no chance for the two sides to meet up until the last minute, with the Champions Trophy winner needing just four points to reach the final.
There is a new format for the finals, with teams competing for two spots in the Champions’ League, with a maximum of three points.
The first spot is reserved for the winners of the Supercopa del Rey, followed by the third-place finishers.
This will be the first time the Champions Cup has been played in a single-leg format, with four teams playing each other in a knockout format.
The competition is also being played in new format, starting with the knockout stage.
There will be four groups of four teams, with each of them playing three matches.
The knockout phase starts with the Group of Death, where the winners qualify for the quarterfinals and the second-placed teams of each group play the winners in the quarterfinal.
The quarterfinals will be played on April 8, with quarterfinal second-place groups of five teams each.
The semifinals will be a best-of-five, with top two teams from each group advancing to the knockout phase.
The winners of this phase will face the next-highest-placed team in the group, who then play the winner of the quarter-finals to qualify for next year’s Champions League.
The group stage is played in eight rounds, with groups of six teams playing in each of the first two rounds, followed up by the knockout stages.
The semi-finals will have eight groups of eight teams each, followed-up by the final, which will see the semi-final winners face the finalists in the other group.
There will be one extra match in the knockout round.
The final will be an all-important final, where two teams will meet for a place in the UEFA Champions League group stage.
There can be only one winner of each Champions League round, and the winners are determined by the UEFA Club World Cup qualifying group stage and the UEFA European Championship group stage, respectively.
The winner of this stage is crowned the UEFA Supercopah Champions League champion.
There have been some surprises from the previous editions of the competition, with Real Madrid and Barcelona being crowned champions of the 2013 edition.
But this year, a new era has begun, with six new teams entering the Champions league group stage for the first year in a row.
The five-time champions have been joined by Bayern Munich, Real Madrid (again), Ajax, Juventus and Barcelona, while Tottenham Hotspur and AC Milan also have their Champions League aspirations up for debate.