Capacity: 68,000Saint Petersburg Stadium is a stadium in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is located in the western portion of Krestovsky island. It is also known as Krestovsky Stadium or Zenit Arena and its seating capacity is 68,134. It is the home venue of FC Zenit Saint Petersburg. It was built on the location of the former Kirov Stadium. It was opened in 2017 for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. Equipped with the retractable roof and sliding pitch, it is one of world’s most modern arena technologically. Along-with competitions in a wide range of sports, it can hold events of different types especially concerts. Saint Petersburg Stadium will play host to seven matches of 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Manchester City will face Chelsea in the Uefa Champions League after the Premier League rivals saw off Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid respectivelyin the semi-finals.
Man City breezed through the second leg of their semi-final against PSG on Tuesday night. With both sides chasing their first ever Champions League triumph, City headed into the return leg 2-1 up - and two goals from Riyad Mahrez secured a 2-0 win on the night, and 4-1 on aggregate, to book their spot in the final.
On Wednesday, Chelsea join City to tee up an all-English final as goals from Timo Werner and Mason Mount secured a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge on the night, and a 3-1 aggregate victory.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Champions League Final. The 2020/21 Champions League will take place on Saturday, May 29, 2021. The exact timing for the game has yet to be confirmed, but as with the majority of the key Champions League fixtures, it is likely that the match will get underway at 8pm BST. The match will take place at Attaturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey. The stadium opened in July 2002, and has a capacity of 76,761.
UEFA has yet to place restrictions on the amount of tickets which can be sold for the game, meaning Turkish officials will make the decision regarding how many fans can attend.
Chelsea and Man City fans could in theory attend the final given the UK Government's ban on non-essential international travel ends on May 17 2021.
The 2020 UEFA Champions League Final will be the final match of the 2019–20 UEFA Champions League, the 65th season of Europe's premier club football tournament organised by UEFA, and the 28th season since it was renamed from the European Champion Clubs' Cup to the UEFA Champions League.
The Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica in Lisbon, Portugal, will stage the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League final on Sunday 23 August 2020. Also known as the Estádio da Luz (Stadium of Light), the home of 37-time Portuguese champions Benfica was extensively rebuilt to host games (including the final) of UEFA EURO 2004, and more recently staged the 2014 UEFA Champions League final, in which Real Madrid beat city rivals Atlético 4-1 after extra-time to become European champions for a tenth time.
The 2019/20 Champions League calendar has all the draw and match dates that lead to this season's showpiece.
Since the competition’s rebrand in 1992/93, the final has been played in 14 countries and in 20 different cities. Munich, Saint-Denis, Athens, Rome, London, Milan and Madrid have all held the final twice, and the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica in Lisbon is set to be next on that list, having already hosted the final in 2013/14.
1992/93: Olympiastadion, Munich
1993/94: OACA Spyros Louis, Athens
1994/95: Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna
1995/96: Stadio Olimpico, Rome
1996/97: Olympiastadion, Munich
1997/98: Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam
1998/99: Camp Nou, Barcelona
1999/00: Stade de France, Saint-Denis
2000/01: Stadio San Siro, Milan
2001/02: Hampden Park, Glasgow
2002/03: Old Trafford, Manchester
2003/04: Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
2004/05: Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadı, Istanbul
2005/06: Stade de France, Saint-Denis
2006/07: OACA Spyros Louis, Athens
2007/08: Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
2008/09: Stadio Olimpico, Rome
2009/10: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
2010/11: Wembley Stadium, London
2011/12: Football Arena Munich, Munich
2012/13: Wembley Stadium, London
2013/14: Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, Lisbon
2014/15: Olympiastadion, Berlin
2015/16: Stadio San Siro, Milan
2016/17: Principality Stadium, Cardiff
2017/18: NSK Olimpiyskyi, Kyiv
2018/19: Estadio Metropolitano, Madrid
This season’s round of 16 included seven clubs that have previously won the UEFA Champions League/European Cup: Real Madrid (13 wins), Liverpool (6), Barcelona (5), Bayern München (5), Juventus (2), Chelsea (1) and Dortmund (1). Liverpool and Dortmund have been eliminated, but the other five sides are still in contention.
Real Madrid hold the record for the most titles, winning 13 times since the inaugural European Cup season in 1955/56. Twenty-two sides in total have lifted the trophy, and since the competition’s rebrand in 1992/93, 13 clubs have been crowned champions: Real Madrid (7 wins), Barcelona (4), Milan (3), Manchester United (2), Bayern München (2), Liverpool (2), Marseille (1), Ajax (1), Juventus (1), Dortmund (1), Porto (1), Internazionale (1), Chelsea (1).
1997/98: Real Madrid
1998/99: Manchester United
1999/00: Real Madrid
2000/01: Bayern München
2001/02: Real Madrid
2007/08: Manchester United
2012/13: Bayern München
2013/14: Real Madrid
2015/16: Real Madrid
2016/17: Real Madrid
2017/18: Real Madrid
Milan 3-3 Liverpool (aet, Liverpool win 3-2 on pens – Istanbul, 2004/05)
An incredible second-half comeback saw Liverpool erase a three-goal half-time deficit to force extra time before beating Milan on penalties in an extraordinary decider. Paolo Maldini scored for Milan before Hernán Crespo struck twice to put the Rossoneri ahead. However, three goals in seven minutes from Steven Gerrard, Vladimír Šmicer and Xabi Alonso took the game to a shoot-out. Andriy Shevchenko’s penalty was saved by Jerzy Dudek to give Liverpool victory.
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