Champions League Final Venue

Champions League Final Venues

The Champions League venue is an important factor to take into consideration when you look at your Champions League betting. Not only is it good to see if the venue has any specific advantage for a team when betting on the final, it is also useful to see if the final venue might for whatever reason serve as an extra motivation to a team in the competition.

The 2017/18 Champions League final will be played at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine.

Wembley hosted the final for the sixth time in Champions League history on the 25th May 2013. The English national Stadium had hosted the final five times, in 1968, 1971, 1978, 1992 and 2011 but this was the second time it hosted a final in the competiton's current format and the first European club final since it was rebuilt.

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Twenty-six different stadiums have hosted Champions League and European Cups across the continent in the competitions history. A total of fifteen different countries have hosted a Champions League final. Italy have hosted the most with eight, four of which were at the Stadio Olympico in Rome. England and Spain have hosted six a piece with France and Germany both hosting five finals.

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The highest attendance in a European Cup final was in 1960 at Hampden Park in Glasgow, with Real Madrid beating Eintrracht Frankfurt 7-3. The lowest attendance for a European Cup final came just a year later and featured Benfica and Barcelona who played out a 3-2 win to Benfica at the Wankdorf Stadium in Switzerland. In the modern era, the final in 1999 between Manchester United and Bayern Munich had the highest attendance whilst the lowest was in 1998 at the Amsterdam Arena.

European Cup and Champions League Venues

Year Winner Venue Attendance
1956 Real Madrid Parc des Princes 38,239
1957 Real Madrid Santiago Bernabeu 120,000
1958 Real Madrid Heysel Stadium 67,000
1959 Real Madrid Neckarstadion 80,000
1960 Real Madrid Hampden Park 135,000
1961 Benfica Wankdorf Stadium 33,000
1962 Benfica Olympisch Stadion 65,000
1963 AC Milan Wembley Stadium 45,700
1964 Inter Prater Stadium 72,000
1965 Inter San Siro 85,000
1966 Real Madrid Heysel Stadium 55,000
1967 Celtic Estadio Nacional 56,000
1968 Manchester United Wembley Stadium 92,225
1969 AC Milan Santiago Bernabeu 50,000
1970 Feyenoord San Siro 50,000
1971 Ajax Wembley Stadium 90,000
1972 Ajax De Kuip 67,000
1973 Ajax Red Star Stadium 93,500
1974 Bayern Munich Heysel Stadium 49,000
1975 Bayern Munich Parc des Princes 50,000
1976 Bayern Munich Hampden Park 54,864
1977 Liverpool Stadio Olympico 52,000
1978 Liverpool Wembley Stadium 92,000
1979 Nottingham Forest Olympiastadion 57,000
1980 Nottingham Forest Santiago Bernabeu 50,000
1981 Liverpool Par des Prince 48,360
1982 Aston Villa De Kuip 46,000
1983 Hamburg Olympic Stadium 75,000
1984 Liverpool Stadio Olympico 69,693
1985 Juventus Heysel Stadium 59,000
1986 Steau Bucharest Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan 70,000
1987 Porto Prater Stadium 62,000
1988 PSV Eindoven Neckarstadion 70,000
1989 AC Milan Camp Nou 97,000
1990 AC Milan Prater Stadium 57,500
1991 Red Star Belgrade Stadio San Nicola 56,000
1992 Barcelona Wembley Stadium 70,827
1993 Marseille Olympiastadion 64,400
1994 AC Milan Olympic Stadium 70,000
1995 Ajax Ernst-Happel-Stadion 49,730
1996 Juventus Stadio Olympico 67,000
1997 Borussia Dortmund Olympiastadion 59,000
1998 Real Madrid Amsterdam Arena 47,500
1999 Manchester United Camp Nou 90,045
2000 Real Madrid Stade de France 78,759
2001 Bayern Munich San Siro 71,500
2002 Real Madrid Hampden Park 52,000
2003 AC Milan Old Trafford 63,215
2004 Porto Arena AufSchalke 52,000
2005 Liverpool Ataturk Olmpic Stadium 70,024
2006 Barcelona Stade de France 79,500
2007 AC Milan Olympic Stadium 74,000
2008 Manchester United Luzhniki Stadium 67,310
2009 Barcelona Stadio Olympico 62,467
2010 Inter Milan Santiago Bernabeu 73,170
2011 Barcelona Wembley Stadium 87,695
2012 Chelsea Allianz Arena 62,500
2013 Bayern Munich Wembley Stadium 86,298
2014 Real Madrid Stadio de Luz 60,976
2015 Barcelona Olympiastadion 70,442
2016 Real Madrid San Siro 71,942
2017 Real Madrid National Stadium, Cardiff 65.842

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Winners Poll /
Who will win the 2017/18 Champions League?
Atletico Madrid
1%
Barcelona
7%
Bayern Munich
3%
Chelsea
7%
Juventus
6%
Manchester City
6%
Manchester United
12%
Monaco
0%
PSG
26%
Real Madrid
11%
Roma
2%
Tottenham Hotspur
6%
Other
12%
Total Votes: 296
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