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Fifteen Member Associations confirm interest in hosting 2019 UEFA Club Finals

UEFA has confirmed the receipt of declarations of interest from 15 member national associations to host the club competition finals in 2019.


The bidding procedure for the selection of the venues to host the finals of the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Women’s Champions League and UEFA Super Cup in 2019, was launched on 9 December 2016, with a 27 January deadline set for associations to express their interest.


Host selection will be made in September 2017.


UEFA Champions League:

Azerbaijan Baku Olympic Stadium
Spain Madrid Estadio Metropolitano


UEFA Europa League:

Azerbaijan Baku Olympic Stadium
Georgia Tbilisi Dinamo Arena
*Germany Frankfurt Frankfurt Stadion
*Germany Stuttgart Arena Stuttgart
Scotland Glasgow Hampden Park
Spain Sevilla Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Turkey Istanbul Beşiktaş Arena


UEFA Women’s Champions League:

Czech Republic Prague Eden Arena
Hungary Budapest Ferencváros Aréna
Kazakhstan Astana Astana Arena
Lithuania Kaunas Darius & Girenas Stadium
Scotland Glasgow Hampden Park
Spain Madrid Coliseum Alfonso Pérez


UEFA Super Cup:

Albania Tirana Qemal Stafa Stadium
France Toulouse Stadium de Toulouse
Hungary Budapest Ferencváros Aréna
Israel Haifa Sammy Ofer Stadium
Kazakhstan Astana Astana Arena
Northern Ireland Belfast Windsor Park
*Poland Gdansk Arena Gdansk
*Poland Warsaw Stadion Narodowy
Scotland Glasgow Hampden Park
Turkey Istanbul Beşiktaş Arena


The declarations of interest are not binding and the final proposals will have to be delivered with the bid dossiers by 6 June 2017. The UEFA Executive Committee will select the successful host associations in September 2017.


*Each bidding association will only be entitled to a maximum of one bid per final.


Image: The KSS-designed 30,000-seat Sammy Ofer Stadium, located at the southern gateway to Haifa, was designed in partnership with local architects Mansfeld Kehat, and is a striking new landmark in the city. The design concept combines the key stadium elements of seating bowl, roof and external envelope into a single elegant form, and the shimmering gold shingle cladding provides a strong contrast with the rugged Mount Carmel backdrop. The stadium is the new home venue for both Maccabi Haifa and Hapoel Haifa in the Israeli Premier League, and also successfully hosted its first match for the Israeli national team in November 2014. Courtesy: KSS


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