THE Champions League is down to the final four.
Though because of the global covid pandemic, the competition has had a very different look to it this year.
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When is the Champions League final, and where is it being held?
- The Champions League final will take place on Saturday, May 29.
- The Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey will host the showpiece this season.
- The kick-off time has yet to be decided, though it is expected to begin at 8pm BST.
Can I get tickets?
UEFA have revealed in their latest update that details are to follow soon on how you can get tickets to the big one.
This will depend on what travel restrictions are in place at the time.
UEFA said: "The UEFA Champions League Final 2021 will take place in Istanbul, Turkey in the Ataturk Olympic Stadium on Saturday, 29 May 2021.
"Information about the ticket sales for this match (availability of tickets, application deadline, ticket prices, etc.) should be communicated around end of April 2021.
"More details will follow in due course."
What are the Champions League semi-finals?
- Semi-final first legs
- Tuesday, April 27:
- Real Madrid vs Chelsea (8pm BST)
- Wednesday, April 28
- PSG vs Man City (8pm BST)
- Semi-final second legs
- Tuesday, May 4
- Man City vs PSG (8pm BST)
- Wednesday, May 5
- Chelsea vs Real Madrid (8pm BST)
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