UEFA announced on Friday the stadiums that will host the Champions League finals until 2025.
If the pandemic does not disrupt the process, St. Petersburg will host the next final of the Men’s Football Champions League, in 2022. The information was made official by UEFA on Friday evening.
Istanbul’s Atatürk stadium, abandoned this year because of the Covid and replaced by Porto, has been designated for the final of the 2023 edition. London (Wembley) and Munich (Allianz Arena) will be at work for the two years following.
We also learned that the cities of Dublin and Bilbao will host the 2024 and 2025 Europa League finals respectively.
OFFICIAL | Locations of the next 4 finals #UCL:
2022: Saint Petersburg 🇷🇺
2023: Istanbul 🇹🇷
2024: London 🏴
2025: Munich 🇩🇪
The most beautiful of these stadiums 🤔🏟 pic.twitter.com/N4eWoJfHHq
— L’UEFA 🇫🇷 (@UEFAcom_fr) July 16, 2021