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When will the final take place? – Transgaming

by: Adam Smith


After the winter break, the Champions League starts the New Year with the semi-final. But when is the final of the European throne really going on? SPOX has the answers.

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Champions League: when and where does the final take place?

The final of the Champions League season 19/20 will take place on May 30, 2020 at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul. After 2005, the stadium will be the venue for a UEFA Champions League final for the second time in 2020. The capacity is 75,000 spectator seats.

Champions League: Final 16

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Chelsea FC FC Bayern
SSC Napoli FC Barcelona
Olympique Lyon Juventus Torino
Real Madrid Manchester City
Atalanta Bergamo FC Valencia
Atletico Madrid Liverpool FC
Borussia Dortmund Paris Saint-Germain
Tottenham Hotspur RB Leipzig

Champions League: The votes for the 16 draw:

Hansi Flick: "There are no easy opponents in the round of 16. Chelsea is a good international address. It is clear that our goal is to reach the quarterfinals."

Manuel Neuer: "We have had a great experience there. Chelsea is a dangerous team that we have to take seriously and enter the matches twice with great concentration. We can go into the matches with a healthy confidence after the strong group stage. That we are there . "

  • Borussia Dortmund – Paris Saint-Germain:

Ruth Watzke: "Paris St. Germain is a very exciting and attractive party for us and the fans. We look forward to these duels with confidence. The odds are 50:50."

Marco Reus: "It's fantastic for us and our supporters. And to be honest: Of course we're going to do something! We have these duels with Paris to go a round further. That's the clear goal."

  • RB Leipzig – Tottenham Hotspur:

Julian Nagelsmann: "Very nice, exciting lot with a top team in Europe, in a beautiful city, in a fantastic stadium. A world-class coach, a world-class team full of stars. Great anticipation. I'm really looking forward to the stadium."

Markus Kroesche: "It was clear that we would get a big club. It will be a difficult task, but we will try to get ahead of us."