Champions League Final 2022: Date, UK Time, Venue, Teams, Tickets and everything you need to know

The official Champions League Final poster.

The 2022 Champions League Final will be one of the most prestigious sporting events of the year and we have all of the details that you will need to know about this seismic football fixture.

Arguably the biggest game in club football, many of the largest clubs across the continent have competed for this elusive trophy for over 66 years, with this year’s occasion being the 67th European Cup Final.

This game was due to take place in Russia, with the 2008 match between Chelsea and eventual winners Manchester United being the only final held in the country before; however, due to recent events it has been moved to Paris.

The winners of this match will automatically qualify for the 2022/23 Champions League Group Stage and earn the right to play in both the 2022 Super Cup Final and the 2022 Club World Cup.

Scroll down to find out everything you need to know about the 2022 Champions League Final.


The 2022 Champions League Final will be played on Saturday 28th May 2022.

UK Time

The kick-off time is scheduled to kick off at 8pm GMT.


Stade de France, Paris, France.

Capacity: 81,338

A general view ahead of the Guinness Six Nations match between France and Wales at Stade de France on February 01, 2019 in Paris, France

The Stade de France will house the 2022 Champions League Final and is a great venue as it hosts the Rugby Six Nations games from France and also all the games that the French football team play at home. It is in the top 10 largest stadiums in Europe.

A general view during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group C match between Germany and Poland at Stade de France on June 16, 2016 in Paris, France.


The two teams that are set to meet in this fixture have now been decided. The Final will see Liverpool face Real Madrid after the Reds beat Villarreal in the semi-finals, whilst Los Blancos beat Manchester City.


Liverpool players and staff celebrate.
VILLARREAL, SPAIN – MAY 03: Liverpool players celebrate after their sides victory during the UEFA Champions League Semi Final Leg Two match between Villarreal and Liverpool at Estadio de la Ceramica on May 03, 2022 in Villarreal, Spain. (Photo by Eric Alonso/Getty Images)

In comparison to recent years, Liverpool’s journey to the final has been fairly uneventful. Manager Jurgen Klopp guided the Reds easily through Group B, winning all six games and conceding just six goals.

Liverpool then got past Inter Milan, Benfica and Villarreal to secure their ticket in Paris, in their bid to win a seventh European Cup. They will be hoping to repeat their triumph in the French capital back in 1981, where Alan Kennedy scored the winning goal in the same fixture.

Real Madrid

Real Madrid players celebrate.
MADRID, SPAIN – MAY 04: (From L to R) Thibaut Courtois of Real Madrid and his teammates Jesus Vallejo, Marco Asensio, Karim Benzema, Daniel Carvajal, Eder Gabriel Militao, Nacho Fernandez and Carlos Casemiro acknowledge the fans with teammates following their side’s victory and progression to the UEFA Champions League Final after the UEFA Champions League Semi Final Leg Two match between Real Madrid and Manchester City at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on May 04, 2022 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images)

It’s yet another final for the Galacticos, and what a journey they have had to get there!

Like Liverpool, Madrid made light work of Group D and only conceded three goals as they easily topped the standings ahead of Inter. But the drama was just getting started for Carlo Ancelotti’s side.

Three epic comebacks in each of their knockout games ensured they would be appearing in a 16th Champions League final. Having come from behind against Paris Saint-Germain to win in the second leg, similarly so against Chelsea.

If you thought that was where the story ended – you would be wrong! The majority of football fans thought that Manchester City would reach the final for the second year running after Riyad Mahrez scored a second-half goal to stretch their lead to two.

But two late goals from Rodrygo sent the match to extra-time, and Karim Benzema netted from the spot to complete the fightback.


Tickets for the 2022 Champions League Final have officially sold out.

UEFA have asked fans to monitor the tickets section of their official website to look out for further news regarding seats or hospitality at the Stade de France.

To find out more about tickets across UEFA competitions, visit the tickets and hospitality portal.

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