The Champions League final moves to Porto

Manchester City and Chelsea will not play in the Champions League final in Turkey, but in Portugal. As a result, British supporters could still be on the stand.

The Champions League final was scheduled for May 29 in Istanbul, Turkey, but the intense Kovit-19 action made it difficult for British football fans to travel to Turkey – nicknamed the ‘Red Zone’ by the United Kingdom – where the favorite team lives at work.

European Football Association UFA has now decided to allow Portugal to play in Porto. Portugal is a ‘green zone’ for the British who do not need to go there for isolation. Players will also find it easier to travel there. Manchester City, Red Devil Kevin de Bruyne and Chelsea will receive 6,000 tickets for the match at the Estadio Drago.

“Denying competitors the opportunity to compete is not an option,” said UEFA President Alexander Seferin. ‘I am very happy to have found a compromise. Fans have been on holiday for more than 12 months as they have not been able to see their teams play live and reaching the Champions League final is the pinnacle of club football. After this year, it is not right that fans will not get a chance to see their teams in the most important game of the season. ‘

The final will be held in Portugal for the second year in a row. Bayern picked up the trophy with big ears at the Estadio da Luz in Munich Lisbon last year.

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