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Old December 21st, 2008, 12:31 PM   #1
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UEFA Final Stadiums

CL Finals:

1955 / 1956 | Parc des Princes (1) | Paris (1) | France (1)
1956 / 1957 | Estadio Santiago Bernabéu (1) | Madrid (1) | Spain (1)
1957 / 1958 | Koning Boudewijnstadion (1) | Brussels (1) | Belgium (1)
1958 / 1959 | Mercedes-Benz Arena (1) | Stuttgart (1) | Germany (1)
1959 / 1960 | Hampden Park (1) | Glasgow (1) | Scotland (1)
1960 / 1961 | Wankdorfstadion (1) | Berne (1) | Switzerland (1)
1961 / 1962 | Olympisch Stadion (1) | Amsterdam (1) | Netherlands (1)
1962 / 1963 | Wembley Stadium (1) | London (1) | England (1)
1963 / 1964 | Ernst-Happel-Stadion (1) | Vienna (1) | Austria (1)
1964 / 1965 | Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (1) | Milan (1) | Italy (1)
1965 / 1966 | Koning Boudewijnstadion (2) | Brussels (2) | Belgium (2)
1966 / 1967 | Estádio Nacional (1) | Lisbon (1) | Portugal (1)
1967 / 1968 | Wembley Stadium (2) | London (2) | England (2)
1968 / 1969 | Estadio Santiago Bernabéu (2) | Madrid (2) | Spain (2)
1969 / 1970 | Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (2) | Milan (2) | Italy (2)
1970 / 1971 | Wembley Stadium (3) | London (3) | England (3)
1971 / 1972 | Feijenoord Stadion (1) | Rotterdam (1) | Netherlands (2)
1972 / 1973 | Stadion Crvena Zvezda (1) | Belgrade (1) | Serbia (1)
1973 / 1974 | Koning Boudewijnstadion (3) | Brussels (3) | Belgium (3)
1974 / 1975 | Parc des Princes (2) | Paris (2) | France (2)
1975 / 1976 | Hampden Park (2) | Glasgow (2) | Scotland (2)
1976 / 1977 | Stadio Olimpico (1) | Rome (1) | Italy (3)
1977 / 1978 | Wembley Stadium (4) | London (4) | England (4)
1978 / 1979 | Olympiastadion (1) | Munih (1) | Germany (2)
1979 / 1980 | Estadio Santiago Bernabéu (3) | Madrid (3) | Spain (3)
1980 / 1981 | Parc des Princes (3) | Paris (3) | France (3)
1981 / 1982 | Feijenoord Stadion (2) | Rotterdam (2) | Netherlands (3)
1982 / 1983 | Olympiako Stadio Athinas (1) | Athens (1) | Greece (1)
1983 / 1984 | Stadio Olimpico (2) | Rome (2) | Italy (4)
1984 / 1985 | Koning Boudewijnstadion (4) | Brussels (4) | Belgium (4)
1985 / 1986 | Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán (1) | Seville (1) | Spain (4)
1986 / 1987 | Ernst-Happel-Stadion (2) | Vienna (2) | Austria (2)
1987 / 1988 | Mercedes-Benz Arena (2) | Stuttgart (2) | Germany (3)
1988 / 1989 | Estadi Camp Nou (1) | Barcelona (1) | Spain (5)
1989 / 1990 | Ernst-Happel-Stadion (3) | Vienna (3) | Austria (3)
1990 / 1991 | Stadio San Nicola (1) | Bari (1) | Italy (5)
1991 / 1992 | Wembley Stadium (5) | London (5) | England (5)
1992 / 1993 | Olympiastadion (2) | Munih (2) | Germany (4)
1993 / 1994 | Olympiako Stadio Athinas (2) | Athens (2) | Greece (2)
1994 / 1995 | Ernst-Happel-Stadion (4) | Vienna (4) | Austria (4)
1995 / 1996 | Stadio Olimpico (3) | Rome (3) | Italy (6)
1996 / 1997 | Olympiastadion (3) | Munih (3) | Germany (5)
1997 / 1998 | Amsterdam Arena (1) | Amsterdam (2) | Netherlands (4)
1998 / 1999 | Estadi Camp Nou (2) | Barcelona (2) | Spain (6)
1999 / 2000 | Stade de France (1) | Paris (4) | France (4)
2000 / 2001 | Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (3) | Milan (3) | Italy (7)
2001 / 2002 | Hampden Park (3) | Glasgow (3) | Scotland (3)
2002 / 2003 | Old Trafford (1) | Manchester (1) | England (6)
2003 / 2004 | Veltins Arena (1) | Gelsenkirchen (1) | Germany (6)
2004 / 2005 | Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadi (1) | Istanbul (1) | Turkey (1)
2005 / 2006 | Stade de France (2) | Paris (5) | France (5)
2006 / 2007 | Olympiako Stadio Athinas (3) | Athens (3) | Greece (3)
2007 / 2008 | Olimpiyskiy Kompleks Luzhniki (1) | Moscow (1) | Russia (1)
2008 / 2009 | Stadio Olimpico (4) | Rome (4) | Italy (8)
2009 / 2010 | Estadio Santiago Bernabéu (4) | Madrid (4) | Spain (7)



Stadiums (last Final):
5x
Wembley Stadium (1992)

4x
Koning Boudewijnstadion (1985)
Ernst-Happel-Stadion (1995)
Stadio Olimpico (2009)
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu (2010)

3x
Parc des Princes (1981)
Olympiastadion (1997)
Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (2001)
Hampden Park (2002)
Olympiako Stadio Athinas (2007)

2x
Feijenoord Stadion (1982)
Mercedes-Benz Arena (1988)
Estadi Camp Nou (1999)
Stade de France (2006)

1x
Wankdorfstadion (1961)
Olympisch Stadion (1962)
Estádio Nacional (1967)
Stadion Crvena Zvezda (1973)
Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán (1986)
Stadio San Nicola (1991)
Amsterdam Arena (1998)
Old Trafford (2003)
Veltins Arena (2004)
Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadi (2005)
Olimpiyskiy Kompleks Luzhniki (2008)


Cities (last Final):
5x
London (1992)
Paris (2006)

4x
Brussels (1985)
Vienna (1995)
Rome (2009)
Madrid (2010)

3x
Munih (1997)
Milan (2001)
Glasgow (2002)
Athens (2007)

2x
Rotterdam (1982)
Stuttgart (1988)
Amsterdam (1998)
Barcelona (1999)

1x
Berne (1961)
Lisbon (1967)
Belgrade (1973)
Seville (1986)
Bari (1991)
Manchester (2003)
Gelsenkirchen (2004)
Istanbul (2005)
Moscow (2008)


Countries (last Final):
8x
Italy (2009)

7x
Spain (2010)

6x
England (2003)
Germany (2004)

5x
France (2006)

4x
Belgium (1985)
Austria (1995)
Netherlands (1998)

3x
Scotland (2002)
Greece (2003)

1x
Switzerland (1961)
Portugal (1967)
Serbia (1973)
Russia (2008)
Turkey (2005)







Venue Criteria 2007 - club competition finals (pdf)



As far was i know. NO
After 2004 UEFA gone crazy
2005 Istanbul Atatürk Olimpiyat
2006 Paris Stade de France (still not so close stands)
2007 Athens Olympic stadium
2008 Moscow Luzshniki
2009 Rome Olimpico

2010 Bernabeu YEAHHHH
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Old December 21st, 2008, 02:01 PM   #2
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2011 wembley

but for 2012 it's posible to be Berlins Olympia Stadion or Aliantza Arena
but berlin having the bigger chances ...
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Old December 21st, 2008, 08:44 PM   #3
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I don't know what to say, yeah, these stadiums suck for the spectators compared to 100% football stadiums but i guess they are the biggest in they they're countries except England, Portugal and The Netherlands all the national stadiums in the capital cities that are 5 stars are Olympic Style.
Now ok, Dortmund has a 5* stadium all the way with not athletics track...but the city has a word I guess. Rome is a capital city, population around 3 million and a capital of culture, probably one of the biggest tourist attractions, its a city that is 100% ready to host any kind of event while Dortmund remains a town in the middle of a big metropolitan area formed by formerly industrial cities. Maybe they take it this way two.
All of those cities that hosted since 2004 are all highly evolved.
Other 5 star stadiums of at least 50.000 ( not 70.000 from now on ) like Sporting's new one, Fener's and even Hamburg's in 2010 were totally wasted because they chose to run for the UEFA Cup Final. Practically Sporting spoiled Da Luz's chance cause probably if Lisbon would have bided they would have used Da Luz.
England has only Old Trafford on the list of the 5 star stadiums, I don't understand why Emirates and Wembley aren't but it's clear England would host a final in London where the same thing is applied as in Rome and not in Manchester a city that has a excellent stadium but it doesn't say much as a city.
So Wembley is probably it for 2011, now with at least 70.000 seat stadiums for the final, i think the options will be seriously reduced and most of the finals will go to Olympic Stadiums.
I still hate these Olympic Stadiums for football, but I'm afraid I got used to seeings all the finals being played on them since Euro 2004's on Da Luz .

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Old December 22nd, 2008, 12:00 AM   #4
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Depends on the athletics venue, I don't hate them all, Turkey for instance has a very decent one. I'll always prefer a rectangle stadium though.

I hope London gets 2011, and Munich gets 2012.
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Old December 22nd, 2008, 12:33 AM   #5
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Unfortunately the UEFA recently is choosing very athletics stadiums for the end: (at least in 2010 and the end will be 2011 at football stadiums. As well finals are being played at old stadiums with the crummy visibility, I can't see the meaning of playing final on Luzshniki in Moscow or Stadio Olimpico in Rome. The CL end should be played at stadiums around as best with visibility so that fans can be pleased with a show. As well this requirement was implemented for capacities of stadium 70k+, it limited the number of stadiums much - and willingly I would see the CL final in Warsaw at the stadium National, there are also many other stadiums billy goat 50k+ whom they would send oneself for the CL final.

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Old December 22nd, 2008, 10:47 AM   #6
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you showoff just because you got a new 55k stadium, you whant the ch final naw... we should get used that these stadiums will get only euro league finals...

Btw uefa dos not care about view… they care about money and people… bigger stadiums mean more money… and as heard… its also for safety reasons …. so they can keep the supporters apart … that’s way since 2005 there never was a full stadium in the final.
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Old December 22nd, 2008, 06:29 PM   #7
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UEFA requires at least 70.000 seats for a stadium to hold the Champions League Final. With an athletics track a higher capacity is easier achieved. But some real football stadiums are there or "underway" in Europe which can host the CL Final. The New Valencia Stadium comes to mind. The Camp Nou will be even better equipped to host the final in a couple of years after the expansion to 106.000 seats. Bernabeu is already renovated and expanded to about 80.000 seats.

San Siro was facelifted (81.000 seats) and in England New Wembley (91.000 roomy seats) is there as well as Old Trafford (76.500 or so seats). Wales had the Millennium Stadium (71.000 seats)and France has the Stade de France (80.000 seats) in Paris which is a half/half real football stadium.

All other stadiums I can think of in Europe to host a CL Final all have athletics tracks with non-movable stands like Atatürk in Istanbul, Olympiastadion Berlin, the Olympic Stadium in Rome (which this topic is about )and the Olympic Luis Speridon in Athens. And that is about it. I do not know of any other stadium being able to host the CL final.

Maybe the New Anfield (73.000) in Liverpool if it ever gets build, for sure the New Feyenoord Stadium in Rotterdam (80.000+ seats) but it will be finished in 2016/2017, maybe the expanded Stade Velodrome in Marseille. When will that be finished?

And there is Twickenham (82.000 seats) of course which would be fantastic to host the CL final but I am not sure of the English Rugby Union is thrilled about that. I guess they are not! But England/the UK are very well represented in this list.
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Why use Twickenham when you have London? I doubt they will ever choose London and not Wembley. You said Wembley has roomy seats, they might even offer greater comfort.

Westfalenstadion might be considered having ~65.000 seats with no terracing and 80.000 with terracing, I don't know how it works, are there spaces with not seats? They can fill them and maybe reach 70.000.
Allianz Arena, I don't know why it's not rated but has only 66.000 seats, actually, the 5 star rating is achieved when over 50.000 but it's been 3 years 1/2 since opened and not rated.
Olympiastadion in Munich has only 750 seats under 70.000 and might be a place.
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easy, easy a little bit I exaggerated these stadiums cap55 k I mean so that the UEFA chooses stadiums typically football with the good visibility. It will still be possible to get over modern athletics stadiums but CL Final just enough on troupes of the type Luzshniki whether the Olympic Stadium in Rome at least in my opinion is a mistake.
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The star system doesn't exist anymore

Using these regulations, stadiums are rated as Category 1, 2, 3 or Elite (in ascending ranking order). These categories replaced the previous method of ranking stadiums as 4 or 5 star in 2006.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UEFA_Stadia_List
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Mercedes-Benz-Arena Neckarstadion, Veltins-Arena Arena AufSchalke, Koning Boudewijnstadion, Heizelstadion / Stade du Heysel.

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That's true since the first 2 were not named that way when they hosted but Heysel I think was only a nickname and the official name was always King Baudouin.
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well, wikipedia says (i hope they are right) that heysel has been renamed after the renovation in 1995.
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Still the same stadium or at least same structure.
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but not the same name back then...also official sources use the names the stadiums had back then.
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I know, i just used the current name. It was better for the list.
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Depends on the athletics venue, I don't hate them all, Turkey for instance has a very decent one. I'll always prefer a rectangle stadium though.

I hope London gets 2011, and Munich gets 2012.
I also hope that Munich gets the 2012 final, but because of the capacity <70.000 I think Berlin will host it.
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UEFA Cup Winner`s Cup Finals:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cup_Winners%27_Cup

Single match finals
Year ↓ Country ↓ Winner ↓ Score ↓ Runners-up ↓ Country ↓ Venue ↓ Location ↓ Notes
1962 ESP Atlético Madrid 1–1 Fiorentina ITA Hampden Park Scotland, Glasgow Glasgow, Scotland [3]
1962 (R) ESP Atlético Madrid 3–0 Fiorentina ITA Neckarstadion Germany, Stuttgart Stuttgart, Germany [3]
1963 ENG Tottenham Hotspur 5–1 Atlético Madrid ESP De Kuip Netherlands, Rotterdam Rotterdam, Netherlands [4]
1964 POR Sporting CP 3–3 MTK Hungária HUN Heysel Stadium Belgium, Brussels Brussels, Belgium [5]
1964 (R) POR Sporting CP 1–0 MTK Hungária HUN Bosuil Stadium Belgium, Antwerp Antwerp, Belgium [5]
1965 ENG West Ham United 2–0 1860 Munich FRG Wembley Stadium England, London London, England [6]
1966 FRG Borussia Dortmund †2–1 † Liverpool ENG Hampden Park Scotland, Glasgow Glasgow, Scotland [7]
1967 FRG Bayern Munich †1–0 † Rangers SCO Frankenstadion Germany, Nuremberg Nuremberg, Germany [8]
1968 ITA Milan 2–0 Hamburg FRG De Kuip Netherlands, Rotterdam Rotterdam, Netherlands [9]
1969 CSK Slovan Bratislava 3–2 Barcelona ESP St. Jakob Stadium Switzerland, Basel Basel, Switzerland [10]
1970 ENG Manchester City 2–1 Górnik Zabrze POL Prater Stadium Austria, Vienna Vienna, Austria [11]
1971 ENG Chelsea 1–1 Real Madrid ESP Karaiskakis Stadium Greece, Piraeus Piraeus, Greece [12]
1971 (R) ENG Chelsea 2–1 Real Madrid ESP Karaiskakis Stadium Greece, Piraeus Piraeus, Greece [12]
1972 SCO Rangers 3–2 Dynamo Moscow URS Camp Nou Spain, Barcelona Barcelona, Spain [13]
1973 ITA Milan 1–0 Leeds United ENG Kaftanzoglio Stadium Greece, Thessaloniki Thessaloniki, Greece [9]
1974 GDR FC Magdeburg 2–0 Milan ITA De Kuip Netherlands, Rotterdam Rotterdam, Netherlands [14]
1975 URS Dynamo Kyiv 3–0 Ferencváros HUN St. Jakob Stadium Switzerland, Basel Basel, Switzerland [15]
1976 BEL Anderlecht 4–2 West Ham United ENG Heysel Stadium Belgium, Brussels Brussels, Belgium [16]
1977 FRG Hamburg 2–0 Anderlecht BEL Olympisch Stadion Netherlands, Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands [17]
1978 BEL Anderlecht 4–0 Austria Wien AUT Parc des Princes France, Paris Paris, France [16]
1979 ESP Barcelona †4–3 † Fortuna Düsseldorf FRG St. Jakob Stadium Switzerland, Basel Basel, Switzerland [18]
1980 ESP Valencia †0–0 * Arsenal ENG Heysel Stadium Belgium, Brussels Brussels, Belgium [19][a]
1981 URS Dinamo Tbilisi 2–1 Carl Zeiss Jena GDR Rheinstadion Germany, Düsseldorf Düsseldorf, Germany [20]
1982 ESP Barcelona 2–1 Standard Ličge BEL Camp Nou Spain, Barcelona Barcelona, Spain [18]
1983 SCO Aberdeen †2–1 † Real Madrid ESP Nya Ullevi Sweden, Gothenburg Gothenburg, Sweden [21]
1984 ITA Juventus 2–1 Porto POR St. Jakob Stadium Switzerland, Basel Basel, Switzerland [22]
1985 ENG Everton 3–1 Rapid Wien AUT De Kuip Netherlands, Rotterdam Rotterdam, Netherlands [23]
1986 URS Dynamo Kyiv 3–0 Atlético Madrid ESP Stade de Gerland France, Lyon Lyon, France [15]
1987 NED Ajax 1–0 Lokomotive Leipzig GDR Spiros Louis Stadium Greece, Athens Athens, Greece [24]
1988 BEL Mechelen 1–0 Ajax NED Stade de la Meinau France, Strasbourg Strasbourg, France [25]
1989 ESP Barcelona 2–0 Sampdoria ITA Wankdorf Stadium Switzerland, Berne Berne, Switzerland [18]
1990 ITA Sampdoria †2–0 † Anderlecht BEL Nya Ullevi Sweden, Gothenburg Gothenburg, Sweden [26]
1991 ENG Manchester United 2–1 Barcelona ESP De Kuip Netherlands, Rotterdam Rotterdam, Netherlands [27]
1992 GER Werder Bremen 2–0 AS Monaco FRA Estádio da Luz Portugal, Lisbon Lisbon, Portugal [28]
1993 ITA Parma 3–1 Royal Antwerp BEL Wembley Stadium England, London London, England [29]
1994 ENG Arsenal 1–0 Parma ITA Parken Stadium Denmark, Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark [30]
1995 ESP Real Zaragoza †2–1 † Arsenal ENG Parc des Princes France, Paris Paris, France [31]
1996 FRA Paris Saint-Germain 1–0 Rapid Wien AUT King Baudouin Stadium Belgium, Brussels Brussels, Belgium [32]
1997 ESP Barcelona 1–0 Paris Saint-Germain FRA De Kuip Netherlands, Rotterdam Rotterdam, Netherlands [33]
1998 ENG Chelsea 1–0 Stuttgart GER Rĺsunda Stadium Sweden, Stockholm Stockholm, Sweden [12]
1999 ITA Lazio 2–1 Real Mallorca ESP Villa Park England, Birmingham Birmingham, England [34]



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Well when it comes to that the leader of the pack is De Kuip, the Feijenoord Stadium in Rotterdam. All in all 11 European finals were staged there. Overview:

15 May 1963...European Cup 2....Tottenham Hotspur-Atletico Madrid 5-1
23 May 1968...European Cup 2....AC Milan-Hamburger SV 2-0
31 May 1972...European Cup 1....Ajax-Inter Milan 2-0
08 May 1974...European Cup 2....Magdeburg-AC Milan 2-0
29 May 1974...UEFA-Cup............Feyenoord-Tottenham Hotspur 2-0
26 May 1982...European Cup 1....Aston Villa-Bayern Munchen 1-0
15 May 1985...European Cup 2....Everton-Rapid Wien 3-1
15 May 1991...European Cup 2....Manchester United-Barcelona 2-1
14 May 1997...European Cup 2....Barcelona-Paris st Germain 1-0
08 May 2002...UEFA-Cup............Feyenoord-Borussia Dortmund 3-2

And for the EURO-2000 Championship it also hosted the final:

02 Juli 2000 EURO 2000 France-Italy 2-1 (after extra time)

But until 2016, when the new Feyenoord Stadium will be ready (80.000+ seats) I do not expect another final to be hosted by the city of Rotterdam. This stadium will for sure never stage a European Cup final again. She has been surpassed now by many other European Stadiums. When it comes to atmosphere and pitch quality, she is still one of the very best. But seating comfort, additional facilites for the spectators and the media, possibilities for sponsors, etc, are not up to what is required nowadays. Since the stadium was built in 1935-1936 and renovated only once in 1994, that comes as no surprise.

But look at the list, due to the now replaced two game setup for the UEFA Cup final, the Feijenoord Stadium hosted 2 finals in one month in 1974! That will probably never happen again anywhere!
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I still don't understand why De Kuip hosted the final in 2000 when ArenA was more modern and in a better city like Amsterdam.
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