I know that this UEFA Champions League 2010/2011 schedule is a little bit late, because all teams already played their first matches. Basically, you can modify my previous Champions League schedule by yourself. All you can do just change the name of the team in each groups, complete the stadium name and the country in the first worksheet, and change the group matches date and the teams in the second worksheet. That’s what I have done. I have a thought of adding some features, but I don’t think I have time to do that on time. Probably next year… Anyway I already make it easier for you by modifying it and make it available to be downloaded here.
If you are new on downloading and using this template, you can read the guidance to use this spreadsheet in my previous Champions League 2009/2010 post.
As usual, there are five major European Football League Competition that I mapped into my excel spreadsheets. This Ligue 1 Schedule is the last part of those five. There is no modification or new features in this spreadsheet. I only replace the old 2009/2010 fixtures with the new 2010/2011 fixtures and replace the relegation teams with the promotion teams.
If you are new on downloading and using this spreadsheet, you can read the guidance on using this spreadsheet in my previous post, since all fixtures and schedule are using the same template.
After earlier exit in the World Cup 2010, Italy is focusing on rolling its 2010/2011 Serie A Football League Competition. It will be interesting to see how Inter Milan, the 2010 Champions League Winner and 2009/2010 Serie A Champion, retain its crown without Jose Mourinho. And this will be a tough test for his successor, Rafael Benitez, to keep their good performance with the same team since there is no major squad changes in its team.
Almost all analysts said that Inter Milan will continue their success. But they have to be careful with AS Roma, which always become a strong challenger for the past two year, and AC Milan, where it has a new bright coach, Massimiliano Allegri. And do not underestimate Juventus and of course Sampdoria which take the fourth Champions League spot in last season.