Champions League Stadiums Guide – 2020/21

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By Football Tripper
Last Updated: October 13, 2020

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Overview

  • Final set to be held on 29th May 2021 at Turkey’s Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul
  • Bayern Munich are the defending Champions after defeating PSG 1-0 in normal time
  • Draw for group stages will take place on 1st October 2020

The 2020-21 season represents the 66th iteration of the UEFA Champions League, and the final will be held on 29th May 2021 at Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey

Final Venue

The final was scheuled to take place on 30th May 2020 as part of the 2019/2020 Champions League season but due to COVID-19 global pandemic, the final was instead played at Benfica’s Estadio Da Luz in Portugal.

LocationStadiumCapacityOpened
Istanbul TurkeyAtaturk Olympic Stadium75,1452002

 

Group Stages Draw

Below is a collection of stadium guides for each team who will participate in the group stages of the 2020-21 Champions League.

Click any of the blue links below to visit each stadium’s guide containing pictures, maps, travel information, and much more!

Group A

TeamCountryStadiumCapacityOpened
Bayern MunichGermanyAllianz Arena75,0002005
Atletico MadridSpainMetropolitano Stadium68,4562017
RB LeipzigAustriaRed Bull Arena42,9592004
Lokomotiv MoscowRussiaRZD Arena27,0842002

 

Group B

TeamCountryStadiumCapacityOpened
Real MadridSpainSantiago Bernabeu81,0441947
Shakhtar DonetskUkraineNSC Olimpiysky70,0501923
Inter MilanItalySan Siro75,9231926
Borussia DortmundGermanyWestfalenstadion81,3651974

 

Group C

TeamCountryStadiumCapacityOpened
PortoPortugalEstadio do Dragao50,0332003
Manchester CityEnglandThe Etihad55,0172003
OlympiacosGreeceGeorgios Karaiskakis33,2961896
MarseilleFranceStade Velodrome67,3941937

 

Group D

TeamCountryStadiumCapacityOpened
LiverpoolEnglandAnfield53,3941884
AjaxNetherlandsJohan Cruyff Arena55,5001996
AtalantaItalyGewiss Stadium21,3001928
MidtjyllandDenmarkMCH Arena11,8002009

 

Group E

TeamCountryStadiumCapacityOpened
SevillaSpainRamon Sanchez Pizjuan43,8831958
ChelseaEnglandStamford Bridge40,8341877
KrasnodarRussiaKrasnodar Stadium36,2602016
RennesFranceRoazhon Park29,7781912

 

Group F

TeamCountryStadiumCapacityOpened
Zenit Saint PetersburgRussiaGazprom Arena67,8002017
Borussia MonchengladbachGermanyBorussia Park46,2492004
LazioItalyStadio Olimpico70,6341932
Club BruggeBelgiumJan Breydel Stadium29,0621975

 

Group G

TeamCountryStadiumCapacityOpened
JuventusItalyAllianz Stadium41,5072011
BarcelonaSpainNou Camp99,3541957
Dynamo KyivUkraineOlympic Stadium Kiev70,0501923
FerencvarosHungaryGroupama Arena22,0002014

 

Group H

TeamCountryStadiumCapacityOpened
Paris Saint-GermainFranceParc des Prince47,9291972
Manchester UnitedEnglandOld Trafford74,1401910
RB LeipzigGermanyRed Bull Arena42,9592004
Istanbul BasaksehirTurkeyFaith Terim Stadium17,1562014

 

Qualification Play-Offs

The first qualification rounds were played on 22nd and 23rd September, and the second legs on 29th and 30th September.

As per the draw there is the Champions Path and League Path which separates the teams, with the losers of each round guaranteed qualification in the Europa League Group stages instead.

  • Dynamo Kyiv vs Gent
  • Red Bull Salzburg vs Maccabi Tel Aviv
  • Olympiacos vs Omonia
  • Krasnodar vs PAOK
  • Slavia Prague v Midtjylland
  • Molde vs Ferencvaros

Teams in bold have progressed to group stages.

Qualified Teams

The following teams automatically qualified for the Champions League during the course of the 2019/2020 season through placements in each domestic division.

  • Bayern Munich (1st) – Champions League Holders
  • Atlético Madrid (3rd)
  • Chelsea (4th)
  • Lazio (4th)
  • Paris Saint-Germain (Abd-1st)
  • Lokomotiv Moscow (2nd)
  • İstanbul Başakşehir (1st)
  • Sevilla (4th) – Europa League Winners
  • Liverpool (1st)
  • Juventus (1st)
  • Borussia Dortmund (2nd)
  • Marseille (Abd-2nd)
  • Porto (1st)
  • Ajax (Abd-1st)
  • Real Madrid (1st)
  • Manchester City (2nd)
  • Internazionale (2nd)
  • RB Leipzig (3rd)
  • Rennes (Abd-3rd
  • Club Brugge (Abd-1st)
  • Barcelona (2nd)
  • Manchester United (3rd)
  • Atalanta (3rd)
  • Borussia Mönchengladbach (4th)
  • Zenit Saint Petersburg (1st)
  • Shakhtar Donetsk (1st)

The only exception to this is Sevilla, who qualified by defeating Inter Milan in the Europa League final in Cologne, Germany.

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Last Updated: October 13, 2020