UEFA has received bid dossiers from nine member associations to host UEFA Club Competition finals in 2021.
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 2021, was launched in October 2018.
In total, nine associations have sent their bid dossiers to UEFA by the 15 February 2019 deadline, UEFA has stated in a Press release.
Munich, Germany, and St Petersburg, Russia, has made bids for the UEFA Champions League. Arena München and Saint Petersburg Stadium are the proposed venues for the respective cities.
There are also two bids for the UEFA Europa League – Tbilisi in Georgia at the Boris Paichadze Erovnuli Stadioni – Dinamo Arena; and Spainish city Sevilla at Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán.
UEFA Super Cup has got bids from Belarus (City : Minsk, Stadium : Dinamo Stadium); Finland (City : Helsinki, Stadium : Helsinki Olympic Stadium); Northern Ireland (City : Belfast, Stadium National Football Stadium of Windsor Park); and Ukraine (City : Kharkiv, Stadium : Metalist Stadium).
Sweden has made the solitary bid to host the UEFA Women’s Champions League in Gothenburg at the Gamla Ullevi stadium.
The UEFA Executive Committee will select the successful host associations for the finals of the 2021 UEFA Europa League, UEFA Women’s Champions League and UEFA Super Cup on 29 May 2019.
The decision on the 2021 UEFA Champions League final will be made in September 2019, although the bidding process will not be reopened and remains reserved to the registered bidders.
UEFA has also announced that it has opened the bidding process for the 2022 and 2023 UEFA Champions League finals, culminating with the appointment of the respective hosts also in September 2019. The deadline for UEFA member associations to confirm their intention to submit a bid for the above-mentioned finals (2022 and 2023) is 22 March 2019.