Wembley and the Fußball Arena München will host the 2011 and 2012 UEFA Champions League finals, with Dublin's Lansdowne Road and Bucharest's National Stadium staging UEFA Europa League deciders.
London's Wembley Stadium and the Fußball Arena München will host the 2011 and 2012 UEFA Champions League finals, with Dublin's Lansdowne Road and Bucharest's National Stadium the venues for the 2011 and 2012 UEFA Europa League showcases.
The UEFA Executive Committee has decided on the host venues for the two major UEFA club competitions at its meeting in Nyon. The 2010/11 UEFA Champions League will conclude with a final at the new Wembley, with the same season seeing the first major UEFA final in the Republic of Ireland, with the UEFA Europa League decider taking place at the new Lansdowne Road which is currently under construction. The following year will see the UEFA Champions League final take place at the Fußball Arena München, while the UEFA Europa League final will be the first major club final to be staged in the Romanian capital in the new National Stadium.