UEFA confirm the 2022 Champions League final will be at the Gazprom Arena
The UEFA Executive Committee has today announced the next four hosts for the UEFA Champions League finals.
2022: St. Petersburg, Russia
2023: Istanbul, Turkey
2024: London, England
2025: Munich, Germany
The Gazprom Arena hosted seven Euro 2020 matches this summer which attracted a total of 132,752 spectators. In 2017 we hosted four FIFA Confederations Cup matches and the stadium was the most attended venue of the entire tournament with 198,830 supporters visiting our arena.
In 2018 the Gazprom Arena hosted seven FIFA World Cup matches where a total of 448,686 fans visited our home stadium with an average attendance of 64,098.