Champions League Papercraft
The UEFA Champions League is an annual association football cup competition organised by UEFA since 1955 for the top football clubs in Europe. It is the most prestigious club trophy in European football and has been viewed by over 200 million people worldwide
This page is a dedication to the Champions League in papercraft form.
The iconic starball that graces the title sequence of each televised Champions League match programme is a stunning design and I've used this as inspiration for this papercraft homage to the Champions League.
My papercraft model consists of a removeable ball of stars on a square base. The ball of stars has the last 12 winners of the Champions League on the stars and the base has the winners since its rebranding in 1993.
The model is free to download and not for commercial use.
Any comments or queries, email me at address on front page of the website.
Click on these images to download the parts you need to make the model
Base Base Well
- The Star Connectors are the important part of the model as they connect the stars together and give the connection strength
- When you're cutting the connectors out, cut along the faint grey line that widens towards the points of the two triangles creating a hourglass type part. This is the strength part of the connection
- Glue the Star Connectors back to back and glue on the back face of a star with winners name on it. Repeat for each point of the star with winners name you're working on. Then glue a blank star onto this assembly
- Attach the star assembly you're working on onto another star with winners name on it before putting the blank star on the back
- Repeat until complete
These in progress photos may help