When is the 2024 Champions League Final? Date and where it will be played


The 2023-2024 UEFA Champions League has reached its exhilarating quarter-final stage, setting the scene for titanic clashes among Europe’s elite clubs.

With the draws now set, the path to the final is clear, but the journey promises to be anything but straightforward for the contenders, which were will the showpiece of Europe’s premier club competition be held?

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Real Madrid progressed after a closely contested tie with Leipzig, winning 2-1 on aggregate, highlighted by their resilience at Santiago Bernabeu. Bayern Munich showcased their European pedigree by overturning a first-leg deficit against Lazio with a commanding 3-0 home victory.

Manchester City continued their title defense convincingly, dispatching Copenhagen with an aggregate score of 4-2, underlining their ambitions to retain the crown.

PSG, under Luis Enrique’s guidance, demonstrated their seasonal growth by eliminating Real Sociedad with a 4-1 aggregate score, asserting their improved form.

Joining them in the quarterfinals are Barcelona, Arsenal, Dortmund, and Atletico Madrid, each overcoming their respective round-of-16 opponents.

Barcelona impressed with a 4-2 aggregate win over Napoli, Arsenal edged out Porto in penalties, Atletico Madrid staged a dramatic comeback against Inter led by Memphis Depay and Jan Oblak’s heroics, and Dortmund secured their place with key contributions from Jadon Sancho and Marco Reus against PSV.

When is the 2024 Champions League Final?

The 2024 UEFA Champions League Final is set for June 1, aligning with the tradition of holding the prestigious event on a Saturday. For viewers in the United States, the match will kick off at 4:00 PM Eastern Time.

Where will the 2024 Champions League Final be played?

The 2023-24 UEFA Champions League Final, marking the 69th finale of Europe’s premier club football tournament, is set to be held at the iconic Wembley Stadium in London, England.

After its extensive reconstruction, completed in 2007, Wembley Stadium proudly offers a seating capacity for 90,000 spectators, making it one of the largest stadiums in Europe and a symbol of English football’s rich heritage.

As the home ground for the England national football team, Wembley’s hallowed turf witnesses a plethora of significant football matches, including the eagerly anticipated finals of the English Cup (FA Cup), the Carabao Cup, and also serves as the venerable venue for the FA Cup semi-finals.

Wembley and its history of Champions League Finals

The 2024 UEFA Champions League final at Wembley Stadium marks a significant occasion, being the third time the event is hosted at the iconic venue since its reconstruction in 2007, following the finals in 2011 and 2013.

In total, this event will be the eighth Champions League final held at the venue affectionately known as ‘The Home of Football.’ The original Wembley Stadium, with its rich history and heritage, previously welcomed the finals in 1963, 1968, 1971, 1978, and 1992.



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