1. Where is the next Champions League Final 2021?
The 2021 Champions League final will take place at Istanbul, Turkey.
2. What time is the UEFA Champions League Final?
The UEFA Champions League Final will take place at 10:00 pm Turkey Time i.e. 12:30 am IST.
3. Which stadium is the Champions League Final 2021 taking place in?
The Champions League Final 2021 will take place at Atatürk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul.
4. Who were the 2020 Champions League Finalists?
The 2020 Champions League finalists were bayern Munich and paris Saint Germain.
5. Where can I watch the Champions League Final?
The UEFA Champions League Final will be telecasted on the Sony Picture Network.
UEFA Champions League Final Venue
Atatürk Olympic Stadium, Turkey
List of all Champions League Finalists until today:-
|1||2019-20||Bayern Munich vs Paris Saint-Germain||1-0||Lisbon||Estádio Sport Lisboa e Benfica|
|2||2018-19||Liverpool vs Tottenham||2-0||Madrid||Wanda Metropolitano|
|3||2017-18||Real Madrid vs Liverpool||3–1||Kiev||NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium|
|4||2016-17||Real Madrid vs Juventus||4–1||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium|
|5||2015-16||Real Madrid vs Atlético Madrid||1–1||Milan||San Siro|
|6||2014-15||Barcelona vs Juventus||3–1||Berlin||Olympiastadion|
|7||2013-14||Real Madrid vs Atlético Madrid||4–1 ( ET)||Lisbon||Estadio da Luz|
|8||2012-13||Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund||2–1||London||Wembley Stadium|
|9||2011-12||Chelsea vs Bayern Munich||1–1||Munich||Allianz Arena|
|10||2010-11||Barcelona vs Manchester United||3–1||London||Wembley Stadium|
|11||2009-10||Internazionale vs Bayern Munich||2–0||Madrid||Santiago Bernabeu|
|12||2008-09||Barcelona vs Manchester United||2–0||Rome||Stadio Olimpico|
|13||2007-08||Manchester United vs Chelsea||1–1||Moscow||Luzhniki Stadium|
|14||2006-07||Milan vs Liverpool||2–1||Athens||Olympic Stadium|
|15||2005-06||Barcelona vs Arsenal||2–1||Saint-Denis||Stade de France|
|16||2004-05||Liverpool vs Milan||3–3||Istanbul||Ataturk Olympic Stadium|
|17||2003-04||Porto vs Monaco||3–0||Gelsenkirchen||Arena AufSchalke|
|18||2002-03||Milan vs Juventus||0–0||Manchester||Old Trafford|
|19||2001-02||Real Madrid vs Bayer Leverkusen||2–1||Glasgow||Hampden Park|
|20||2000-01||Bayern Munich vs Valencia||1–1||Milan||San Siro|
|21||1999-2000||Real Madrid vs Valencia||3–0||Saint-Denis||Stade de France|
|22||1998-99||Manchester United vs Bayern Munich||2–1||Barcelona||Camp Nou|
|23||1997-98||Real Madrid vs Juventus||1–0||Amsterdam||Amsterdam Arena|
|24||1996-97||Borussia Dortmund vs Juventus||3–1||Munich||Olympiastadion|
|25||1995-96||Juventus vs Ajax||1–1||Rome||Stadio Olimpico|
|26||1994-95||Ajax vs Milan||1–0||Vienna||Ernst-Happel-Stadion|
|27||1993-94||Milan vs Barcelona||4–0||Athens||Olympic Stadium|
|28||1992-93||Marseille vs Milan||1–0||Munich||Olympiastadion|
Champions League Final 2019-20 Journey
Champions League 2019-20 winners Bayern Munich had a terrific run in the UEFA Champions League 2019-20 as they reached the Champions League final. Bayern qualified directly for the group stage of the Champions League by winning the 2018–19 Bundesliga. In the group stage, they were drawn into Group B alongside Tottenham Hotspur of England, runners-up of the previous Champions League season, as well as Olympiacos of Greece and Red Star Belgrade of Serbia. Bayern finished the group stage with six wins from six, becoming only the sixth club to do so.
Bayern were drawn against English club Chelsea in the round of 16, with the last Champions League meeting between the sides taking place in the 2012 final. In the first leg away at Stamford Bridge, Bayern won 3-0. Due to the suspension of the competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the second leg was delayed from 18 March until 8 August 2020, and was played behind closed doors at the Allianz Arena which Bayern won 4-1, earning a 7–1 victory on aggregate. The result was Chelsea's heaviest defeat in a two-legged European tie.
Bayern faced Spanish giants Barcelona in the quarter-finals as a result of the draw. The match, played at the Estádio da Luz, finished as an 8–2 win for Bayern Munich. It was the most goals scored by the club in a match during the Champions League era, and the second most for them in competition history. It was Barcelona's heaviest defeat since 1951, when they lost 6-0 to Espanyol in the 1950–51 La Liga. Bayern met French club Lyon in the semi-finals where they won 3-0 with a brace from Gnabry followed by a late goal from Lewandowski to advance to their first Champions League final since 2013.
Paris Saint Germain on the other hand qualified for the Champions League group stage by winning the 2018–19 Ligue 1 where they were drawn into Group A alongside Real Madrid of Spain, record winners of the European Cup, as well as Galatasaray of Turkey and Club Brugge of Belgium. They finished first in their group.
In the round of 16, PSG were drawn against German club Borussia Dortmund. Paris lost in the first leg 2-1 with Neymar scoring a goal in between a brace from Erling Haaland. The second leg was one of the last European matches played prior to the suspension of the competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and took place behind closed doors on 11 March 2020. PSG won the match 2–0 with first-half goals from Neymar and Juan Bernat, securing a 3–2 aggregate win for the Parisians and their first quarter-final appearance since the 2015–16 season.
In the quarter-finals, Paris were drawn against debut Italian club Atalanta. PSG advanced to the semi-finals for the second time in their history with a 1-1 draw. In the semi-finals, they played RB Leipzig of Germany and won 3–0 as Marquinhos and Di María scored in the first half while Bernat scored 11 minutes into the second to earn PSG a spot in their first Champions League final.
Bayern and PSG locked horns at Estádio da Luz, Lisbon. Paris Saint-Germain kicked off the match, though Bayern Munich began quickly in the opening stages, before Paris found their way into the game after 10 minutes. The first half saw plenty of attempts from both sides, making almost close calls, but not successful. It was only in the second half that Bayern scored the only goal in the 59th minute with a header by Coman, a PSG academy graduate. Thomas Müller laid a pass from Serge Gnabry back to right-back Joshua Kimmich, who crossed the ball from the right into the box towards the unmarked Coman at the far post, which was headed across the goal past Navas and into the right corner of the net. Although Bayern tried creating additional opportunities, the match ended as a 1–0 win for Bayern, securing the continental treble.