The 2021 UEFA Champions League final will take place on Saturday 29 May.
Chelsea and Manchester City, 2 deep-pocketed titans of England’s Premier League, will play for the biggest prize in European soccer on Saturday when they meet in the Champions League final in Porto, Portugal.
Who will contest the final?
Manchester City will face fellow Premier League side Chelsea in the sixty sixth European Cup final. Manchester City, a club that only in the last decade emerged from the long shadow of its more famous (and much more decorated) neighbor, Manchester United, is playing in the final for the first time. City are in the final for the first time, while Chelsea are looking forward to their 3rd showpiece having lifted the trophy once, in 2012.
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That unfamiliarity may bring some nerves, and some intrigue. But new faces or old, everyone will head into the final with eyes wide open about the stakes.
When does it take place?(Time and date)
The game will be played on Saturday, 29 May, kicking off at 21:00 CET. The UEFA Europa League final took place on Wednesday 26 May, while UEFA EURO 2020 begins on Friday, 11 June.
Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. Eastern. Unlike some kickoff times, that one should be pretty accurate.
Where is it being played?
The final will be held at the Estádio do Dragao, home of FC Porto. The arena staged the 2019 UEFA Nations League decider and was built for UEFA EURO 2004.The final was originally intended to take place at Istanbul’s Ataturk Olympic Stadium.
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However, COVID-19 restrictions meant that on 13 May 2021, UEFA decided to switch the venue.
Will there be fans inside the stadium?
Yes. Each club received an allotment of 6,000 tickets to the game, and organizers said the crowd would be limited to 16,500 — well short of the fifty thousands -seat capacity of Porto’s Estadio do Dragao.
A further 1,700 tickets made available for the general public sold out on Tuesday, 25 May 2021. Chelsea returned eight hundred of its tickets, with its fans angrily claiming that onerous UEFA rules had “intentionally prevented” eager supporters from traveling.
Manchester City, on the other hand, announced this week that its owner, Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al-Nahyan, the Abu Dhabi royal and the deputy prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, had graciously picked up the travel tab for everyone.
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