UEFA Chooses St. Petersburg to Host 2021 Champions League Final
23:45, Tuesday, 24 September, 2019
St. Petersburg’s Gazprom Arena will host the final of the 2021 UEFA Champions League, the European football governing body’s executive committee announcedTuesday evening. It will be Russia's second time hosting a Champions League final. In 2008, Moscow's Luzhniki stadium saw Manchester United beat Chelsea in a dramatic penalty shoot-out. The competition's final is one of the most-watched sporting events in the world, with over 380 million views in 2018.