Wembley Stadium will still be selected to host the 2024
UEFA has confirmed that Wembley Stadium will still be selected to host the 2024 Champions League final. The decision for Wembley The three-year final came just days after England’s National Stadium suffered serious security issues. That was during the Euro 2020 final. We saw 5000 unticketed hooligans break the fence into the stadium, occupying an empty seat. And down to turmoil in the field as well.
Such violations made the FA They face penalties before UEFA charged them over Sunday’s chaos.
However, despite all that, Wembley will host the final again in three years after an 11-year hiatus since hosting the European Cup final. In 2013 between Bayern and Dortmund.
Meanwhile, the Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul will host the Champions League Finals in 2023.
Indeed, the Turkish stadium is slated for 2020 and 2021, but UEFA had to change those two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The latest changes will mean that Munich’s Allianz Arena will host the final in 2025 instead of 2023, while the final of the upcoming season will be played at St. Petersburg.