UEFA is set to confirm Wembley Stadium as the host venue for your 2023 Champions League final next week, Sky Sports News knows.
The organisation’s president Aleksander Cerefin will also confirm that St Petersburg and Munich will be the venues for the finals at 2021 and 2022 respectively at the ExCo meeting in Ljubljana of UEFA following Tuesday.
The governing body of european football has only announced one place each year but it’s now eager to permit for planning.
While Munich’s Allianz Arena holds 75,000, zenit St Petersburg’s Krestovsky Stadium holds 68,000.
Wembley 2023 will mark the opening of the first twin-towered Empire stadium in 1923’s year, and it will be the time the closing has been hosted by Wembley.
The stadium staged the club competition in European football’s closing in 2013 when Bayern Munich defeated Borussia Dortmund 2-1.
Manchester United were beaten 3-1 by Barcelona there with goals coming from David Villa, Wayne Rooney, Lionel Messi, along with Pedro, in the 2011 final.
Cerefin will even announce the title of this new European team competition to supplement the Champions League and Europa League.
The new contest (using the working title of EL2 – Europa League Two) will have a 32-team set stage, similar to the Champions League and also Europa League.
This competition is going to be released in 2021.