UEFA confirms host sites for 2021-23 Champions League finals

Champions League format

UEFA announced on Tuesday the host sites for three upcoming Champions League finals, beginning with next season’s competition which will culminate in 2021.

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St. Petersburg, Russia, will host the 2021 final (Krestovsky Stadium); Munich, Germany, will host the final in 2022 (Allianz Arena); and London, England, will do the honors in 2023 (Wembley Stadium).

Russia last hosted the final in 2008, when Manchester United defeated Chelsea on penalties in Moscow. Germany played host to the 2015 final, when Barcelona bested Juventus; the last time the final was played in the Allianz Arena, Chelsea topped Bayern Munich on penalties. The final was held at Wembley twice in three seasons — in 2011, when Barcelona beat Manchester United, and again in 2013, when Bayern beat Borussia Dortmund.

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The 2021 Europa League final was also awarded to Seville, Spain (Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium).