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FC Barcelona have once again reached the pinnacle of club football and have been crowned UEFA League Champions. This double DVD shows Barcelona's 'Road To Paris' including the best moments from all their matches, interviews with the greats of the club, insight from the management and the eventual celebration in the Camp Nou.

The final, FC Barcelona v Arsenal - Ronaldhino v Henry - set up one of the most eagerly awaited games in years. Some of the world's best players competed in Paris for the most valuable and sought after prize in club football. Controversy, goals and superb skill showed the world a game to remember; this 2-Disc DVD preserves that history and FC Barcelona's ultimate triumph: a must for all football fans.

English & Spanish commentary

Disc 1: 90 mins, Disc 2: 100 mins.

Release Date: October 20, 2006

Format: NTSC


Los mejores momentos del camino de FC Barcelona hasta que ganó el campeonato de UEFA. Hay dos DVDs. Comentarios en inglés y español.

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