Wembley has been confirmed as the host stadium for the 2023 Champions League final.
The ground is north-west London has been selected for the European Cup final to mark the centenary year of the opening of the original Wembley in 1923.
The new Wembley has staged two Champions League finals since opening in 2006, with Barcelona beating Manchester United under the arch in 2011, and Borussia Dortmund losing to Bayern Munich in an all-German affair two years later.
Before the old Wembley was closed in 2000 it had hosted five European Cup finals, though had never staged one since the competition was rebranded as the Champions League in 1992.
Additionally, Sevilla will stage the Europa League final in 2021 while Belfast will host the European Super Cup the same year.
The old Wembley Stadium hosted European Cup finals in 1963, 1968, 1971, 1978 and 1992, with the modernised venue also staging the 2011 final, which saw Barcelona defeat Manchester United 3-1.
The new Wembley is already set to stage the semi-finals and final of next summer’s Euro 2020 tournament.
UEFA revealed VAR will be used from the beginning of the knockout stages in this season’s Europa League competition.
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The executive committee, meanwhile, will recommend to its 55 national associations and all European clubs not to play matches in countries where women have restricted access to stadiums.
UEFA said its third club competition, starting in 2021 with a view to giving “more clubs in more countries a chance to participate in European football”, will be called the Europa Conference League.