Since the European Cup's rebranding in to the Champions League for the 1992/93 season there's been 29 finals won by 13 different teams in cities across the continent, from Berlin to Istanbul, from Kyiv to Cardiff.

Here, list all 29 of the showpiece clashes from Marseille's win in the maiden Champions League campaign to Chelsea's victory over Manchester City last season.

1993 - Marseille 1-0 AC Milan - Watch highlights

Olympic Stadium in Munich, Germany

The first final since the rebranding of the European Cup saw two-time defending French champions Marseille face European heavyweights AC Milan featuring Marco van Basten, Frank Rijkaard, Franco Baresi and a young Paolo Maldini.

But it was the French outfit who lifted the trophy thanks to a header from Basile Boli two minutes before half-time as they became their country’s first and only team to win the European Cup.

1994 - AC Milan 4-0 Barcelona - Watch highlights

Olympic Stadium in Athens, Greece

Milan were back and this time it was their day in Athens as they dismantled a favoured Barcelona team thanks to a wonderful display from Fabio Capello's side.

Two goals from Daniele Massaro, a strike by Dejan Savicevic and an iconic effort from Marseille Desailly - who'd defeated Milan as a Marseille player in 1993 - did the damage to leave Johan Cruyff's Barcelona well-beaten.

1995 - Ajax 1-0 AC Milan - Watch highlights

Ernst-Happel-Stadion in Vienna, Austria

For the third successive season, AC Milan made the Champions League final this time aiming to tie Real Madrid's record of six European Cups under Capello. 

But it was Ajax's day as the great academy side with Edwin van der Sar, Clarence Seedorf and the De Boer brothers scored five minutes from time through substitute Patrick Kluivert to lift the famous trophy.

1996 - Juventus* 1-1 Ajax (Juventus won 4-2 on pens) - Watch highlights

Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy

Ajax were back in the big time but met Marcello Lippi's well-oiled Juventus team in Rome and fell behind to future Middlesbrough striker Fabrizio Ravanelli's effort.

Van Gaal's men levelled through Jari Litmanen but for the first time in the Champions League, the match went to a penalty shootout and Sonny Silooy's miss gave Juventus the Champions League.

1997 - Borussia Dortmund 3-1 Juventus - Watch highlights

Olympic Stadium in Munich, Germany

A famous final, once again in Munich, saw Borussia Dortmund shock Juventus thanks to a sensational double from Karl-Heinz Riedle.

The Germany international struck twice before Alessandro Del Piero pulled one back but an incredible lob from Lars Ricken - with his first touch after coming on - sealed a Dortmund's first-and-only European Cup. 

1998 - Real Madrid 1-0 Juventus - Watch highlights

Amsterdam Arena in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Juventus made the European Cup final for the third consecutive time under Lippi with a Bianconeri side featuring Didier Deschamps, Edgar Davids, Zinedine Zidane, Filippo Inzaghi and Del Piero.

But they would meet the competition's most successful team in Real and Predrag Mijatovic's strike midway through the second half secured glory for the Spaniards.

1999 - Manchester United 2-1 Bayern Munich - Watch highlights 

Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain

Perhaps the most dramatic Champions League final ever. Manchester United, chasing a first-ever Premier League, FA Cup and European Cup treble, went a goal down early to Mario Basler's sixth-minute free-kick.

But incredibly Man United turned the tie around with two stoppage time strikes as substitutes Teddy Sheringham and then Ole Gunnar Solskjaer won Sir Alex Ferguson the European Cup in the most dramatic of circumstances.

2000 - Real Madrid 3-0 Valencia - Watch highlights

Stade de France in Saint-Denis, France

A procession at the Stade de France as Real Madrid thrashed Spanish rivals Valencia to lift the trophy for a second time in three seasons.

Real netted through Fernando Morientes, Steve McManaman and Raul as the Galacticos lifted the eighth European Cup in the club's history.

2001 - Bayern Munich* 1-1 Valencia (Bayern won 5-4 on pens) - Watch highlights

San Siro in Milan, Italy

Bayern Munich and Valencia met in the San Siro in what would become known as the 'all-penalty final' with both goals scored from the spot before a shootout to decide the Champions League's destination.

Gazika Mendieta gave Valencia, in the final for the second year in a row, a third-minute lead but Stefan Effenberg's spot-kick levelled proceedings.

The game went to a penalty shootout and Oliver Kahn guessed the right way to keep out Mauricio Pellegrino's effort and win Bayern the European Cup.

2002 - Real Madrid 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen - Watch highlights

Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland

The peak of the Galacticos era as Real Madrid headed to the Scottish capital to take on a Bayer 'Neverkusen' side who were nearing a domestic double in Germany but would ultimately fall short spectacularly.

Raul gave Vicente del Bosque's side the lead in the eighth minute but Leverkusen centre-back Lucio drew the Bundesliga side level. Cue an incredible volley, one of the most famous in competition history, by Zinedine Zidane to win the clash.

2003 - AC Milan* 0-0 Juventus (Milan won 3-2 on pens) - Watch highlights

Old Trafford in Manchester, England

Not a final that lived long in the memory but perhaps that was to be expected in the competition's first all-Italian final at the Theatre of Dreams in Manchester.

Despite a few decent chances, no side could break the deadlock in normal or extra-time and the game went to a penalty shootout with Andriy Shevchenko striking the decisive blow for Carlo Ancelotti's AC Milan.

2004 - Porto 3-0 Monaco - Watch highlights

Veltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Two of Europe's less-heralded teams met in Gelsenkirchen as the unstoppable cult of Jose Mourinho reached new heights as Porto brushed Monaco aside.

Porto were much the better side and claimed a second European Cup with goals from Carlos Alberto, Deco and Dmitri Alenichev to dispatch the principality side.

2005 - Liverpool* 3-3 AC Milan (Liverpool won 3-2 on pens) - Watch highlights

Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey

One of the all-time Champions League classics and the greatest European Cup comeback ever as Liverpool came back from three goals down to defeat AC Milan at Istanbul's Ataturk Stadium.

Paolo Maldini gave AC Milan in the first minute and Hernan Crespo's double saw Milan take a 3-0 advantage into the break. Cue the most dramatic of recoveries as Steven Gerrard, Vladimir Smicer and Xabi Alonso sent the game to extra-time and eventually a penalty shootout.

Jerzy Dudek proved the hero for Liverpool as the Polish goalkeeper kept out Shevchenko, who'd scored the winning penalty in 2003, to secure Liverpool's fifth European Cup.

2006 - Barcelona 2-1 Arsenal - Watch highlights

Stade de France in Saint-Denis, France

It was Parisien for Arsenal at the Stade de France as The Gunners' first-ever trip to the European Cup final ended in defeat thanks to two late Barcelona goals.

Arsene Wenger's side went a man down after Jens Lehmann brought down Samuel Eto'o but were able to take the lead through Sol Campbell's 37th-minute header.

It stayed that way until deep into the second half but Eto'o and future Chelsea defender Juliano Belletti would score to win Frank Rijkaard's side the trophy. 

2007 - AC Milan 2-1 Liverpool - Watch highlights

Olympic Stadium in Athens, Greece

Revenge in Athens for Milan as a rematch of the 2005 Istanbul final ended with a reversal of fortunes in favour of the Italians.

Inzaghi, at the time perhaps the most lethal finisher in Europe, scored on the stroke of half-time and again with eight minutes remaining. Dirk Kuyt pulled one back but there was no repeat of the 2005 Liverpool heroics as Maldini lifted the European Cup again.

2008 - Manchester United* 1-1 Chelsea (Man Utd won 6-5 on pens) - Watch highlights

Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia

The first-ever all-English final took place in the Russian capital as the Premier League's foremost sides met at a rainy Luzhniki Stadium.

Cristiano Ronaldo, who'd enjoyed a record-breaking goalscoring season, gave Ferguson's men the lead in the 26th minute but Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard would level just before half-time.

The game went to a penalty shootout where John Terry slipped and missed the chance to win Chelsea the European Cup. The tie swung back in Man United's favour and Edwin van der Sar would keep out Nicolas Anelka's effort to win Ferguson the European Cup.

2009 - Barcelona 2-0 Manchester United - Watch highlights

Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy

Manchester United made the final again but were undone by Pep Guardiola's outstanding Barcelona side in the Italian capital.

Samuel Eto'o opened the scoring in the 10th minute before a wonderful header from emerging star Lionel Messi, looping over Edwin van der Sar, made Barcelona kings on the continent.

2010 - Inter Milan 2-0 Bayern Munich - Watch highlights

Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain

The 2010 season saw Mourinho at the peak of his powers as his ultra-defensive Inter side won the Portuguese coach his second Champions League trophy.

Already Serie A and Coppa Italia champions, Inter scored either side of half-time through Diego Milito to secure a first and only Italian treble.

2011 - Barcelona 3-1 Manchester United - Watch highlights

Wembley in London, England

A rematch of the 2009 final but the same outcome as Guardiola's Barcelona, perhaps the most-talented team in Champions League history, defeated Ferguson's Premier League champions once again.

Pedro's arrowed finish gave Barcelona the advantage but a goal from Wayne Rooney at Wembley drew Man United level in the 34th minute.

Lionel Messi would strike for the second time against the same opponents in the final with a rasping effort before David Villa's curler confirmed victory.

2012 - Chelsea* 1-1 Bayern Munich (Chelsea won 4-3 on pens) - Watch highlights

Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany

A remarkable story as a Chelsea side far from the height of their powers managed to defeat Bayern Munich on their own patch to claim the club's first-ever European Cup.

Chelsea, who would go on to finish sixth in the Premier League, were second best throughout but stayed at 0-0 until the 83rd minute when Thomas Muller scored.

But Didier Drogba equalised dramatically to send the tie to extra time and it was the Ivorian who won Chelsea the trophy with the decisive spot-kick in the shootout.

2013 - Bayern Munich 2-1 Borussia Dortmund - Watch highlights

Wembley in London, England

Bayern were back in the final the year after and managed to clear the final hurdle against German rivals Borussia Dortmund at Wembley Stadium.

Mario Mandzukic made the breakthrough for Bayern but Ilkay Gundogan levelled from the penalty spot for Dortmund, who were without Mario Goetze - who'd agreed to join Bayern that summer - through a hamstring injury.

The tie was heading to extra time before Arjen Robben intervened with a strong run and scuffed finish to claim glory for Jupp Heynckes' men against Jurgen Klopp's Dortmund.

2014 - Real Madrid 4-1 Atletico Madrid - Watch highlights

Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal

La Decima was finally secured for Real Madrid as Los Blancos began a period of European dominance by winning their 10th European Cup against city rivals Atletico.

Diego Godin's looping header gave Atletico the lead that Diego Simeone's men held until second-half stoppage time when Sergio Ramos' dramatic header sent the game to an additional period.

There, a visibly exhausted Atletico team fell apart and goals from Gareth Bale, Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo made it a memorable night in Lisbon for Real Madrid.

2015 - Barcelona 3-1 Juventus - Watch highlights

Olympic Stadium in Berlin, Germany

Barcelona interrupted what would become a period of Champions League dominance by rivals Real Madrid by defeating Juventus in the German capital.

Ivan Rakitic put them in front early on but a Juventus levelled through former Real Madrid forward Alvaro Morata ten minutes into the second period.

Barcelona's unstoppable front three proved too much for Massimiliano Allegri's side ultimately though and Lionel Messi teed up Luis Suarez for 2-1 before Neymar's counter-attack goal sealed the win.

2016 - Real Madrid* 1-1 Atletico Madrid (Real won 5-3 on pens) - Watch highlights

San Siro in Milan, Italy

Two years later, same opponents, same outcome. The two rivals from the Spanish capital did battle at the San Siro and once again Sergio Ramos was on the scoresheet, this time giving Real the lead with a scrambled finish in the 15th minute.

It stayed level until 11 minutes before the end as substitute Yannick Carrasco latched onto Juanfran's cross to equalise and the game would go to a penalty shootout.

Juanfran hit the post with Atletico's fourth spot-kick, giving Cristiano Roanldo the chance to clinch the trophy and the Real man duly stepped up to earn the club's 11th European Cup.

2017 - Real Madrid 4-1 Juventus - Watch highlights

Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales

A rematch of the final 19 years previous saw Real Madrid and Juventus clash at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium in the first European Cup final to be played in Wales.

Cristiano Ronaldo made it 1-0 but an incredible overhead kick by Mario Mandzukic levelled proceedings for The Old Lady of Turin.

A long-range effort by midfielder Casemiro made it 2-1, Ronaldo scored again and the game was put beyond doubt by Marco Asensio's finish.

2018 - Real Madrid 3-1 Liverpool - Watch highlights

Olympic Stadium, Kyiv in Ukraine

It was Real Madrid's night once again but the 2018 Champions League final will be remembered for the performance of one man and one man only - Loris Karius.

The German goalkeeper inexplicably threw the ball to Karim Benzema early in the second half to give Real the lead but Sadio Mane drew Liverpool level with a tap-in.

Gareth Bale, on as a substitute, netted with an unbelievable overhead kick and Karius' error would seal the Real win as he palmed the Welshman's effort in for Bale's second.

2019 - Liverpool 2-0 Tottenham - Watch highlights

Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid, Spain

The second all-English European Cup final came from the new Wanda Metropolitano Stadium as Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool met Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham.

Both sides had staged dramatic comebacks in the semi-finals to qualify - Liverpool against Barcelona and Tottenham against Ajax - but the final itself wasn't quite as lively.

Mohamed Salah gave Liverpool the lead with a second-minute penalty and in the 87th minute substitute Divock Origi won The Reds a sixth European Cup.

2020 - Bayern Munich 1-0 Paris Saint-Germain - Watch highlights

Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal

Paris Saint-Germain finally made the Champions League final but were undone by one of their former players as Kingsley Coman scored the only goal of the game for Bayern Munich in Lisbon.

Hansi Flick's Bayern, who'd go on to complete a sextuplet of trophies that year, were fortunate to survive Neymar and Kylian Mbappe chances but would ultimately emerge victorious thanks to Coman's header.

2021 - Chelsea 1-0 Manchester City - Watch highlights

Estadio do Dragao in Porto, Portugal

Another all-English final as Chelsea defeated strong favourites Manchester City, appearing in their first European Cup final, at Porto's Estadio do Dragao.

A tense affair, in which Man City struggled to demonstrate why they'd finished 19 points better off than Chelsea, was settled by Kai Havertz's goal for The Blues.