Uefa is set to announce St Petersburg, Munich and London as the hosts for a trio of Champions League finals, according to the Associated Press, reports, www.sportspromedia.com/.
The news agency reports that Russian side Zenit St Petersburg's 68,000-capacity Gazprom Arena will host the final of European club soccer's premier competition in 2021, with the 75,000-seat Allianz Arena, home to German champions Bayern Munich, staging the game in 2022.
The England national team's Wembley Stadium, which holds 90,000, will then host the 2023 Champions League final to mark the centenary year of the original stadium first opening.
Uefa is expected to confirm the hosts for the 2021 to 2023 editions of the Champions League final on 24th September at its executive committee meeting in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
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