UEFA has set out the path to European glory for teams on the continent in the course of the coming years by announcing the venues for future finals.
In an annual meeting in Amsterdam, UEFA has announced the venues for the 2022 Europa League final, the UEFA Super Cup in 2022 and 2023, as well as the venue for the final of the Women’s Champions League in 2022 and 2023.
This follows the announcement of the Champions League finals through to 2023, which culminates with a return to Wembley Stadium in London.
The venue for the 2022 Europa League final is the refurbished Puskas Arena in Budapest, Hungary, with the Super Cup for that season taking place at the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki.
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In 2023, the UEFA Super Cup will be held in the Russian city of Kazan, while the Women’s Champions League final will take place at the Juventus Stadium in 2022 and the Philps Stadium in Eindhoven the following year.
Obviously, at this stage it is not yet known which clubs will be competing in the specific European competitions and, with the path set for the next three years, there’s still plenty of time to prepare.
This season, Arsenal are already out of the Europa League after their defeat to Olympiacos, while Chelsea and Tottenham both face an uphill task to reach the Champions League final in Istanbul after their respective first leg home defeats.
All three clubs are still in the running for a top four place, however, and could be visiting some of the aforementioned venues if they can secure European football.
The location for the finals of all of UEFA’s competitions for the next three years can be found below.
2020: Ataturk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul
2021: Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg
2022: Allianz Arena, Munich
2023: Wembley Stadium, London
2020: Stadion Energa…