An exciting all-German final as Bayern München take on Borussia Dortmund.
The UEFA Champions League Final is the most prestigious event in European club football. Chelsea are the current holders of the trophy, but who will triumph in 2013?
This is the seventh time that Wembley Stadium has hosted the final since 1963, and this year is particularly special because it is the 150th anniversary year of The Football Association.
Note that the match is subject to extra time and penalties if the score is a draw at full time. This means that the match could last up to two hours and 50 minutes after kick-off, if extra time and penalties are required.
Where to Watch the Match
If you haven't got tickets for the UEFA Champions League Final, there are still plenty of places to watch the game in London.
German pub Zeitgeist-London will be showing the game. There is still standing room available (but no tables). Tickets are not required but arrive early (around 12pm) to secure a space.
Bierschenke is a German restaurant and beer hall, which will be serving German food and beer while screening the game. Early arrival is essential – the venue opens at 2pm and is expected to be full by 3pm.
Many of London's sports bars will be showing the UEFA Champions League Final. Check with the venue in advance as some may require tickets.
Travel and Accommodation
If you're visiting London for the UEFA Champions League Final make sure you plan your accommodation and travel in advance.
UEFA Women's Champions League Final
The UEFA Women's Champions League Final takes place at Stamford Bridge, the home of Chelsea Football Club on 23 May. Tickets are still available from as little as £5.
UEFA Champions Festival
The UEFA Champions Festival is a free, four-day celebration with lots of family-friendly activities. It takes place from 23 to 26 May in East London, close to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Venue Details & Map
Olympic WayWembleyLondonHA9 0WS
- +44 (0)20 8795 9000
- Public transport:
- The nearest tube station is Wembley Park (Jubilee and Metropolitan lines). The nearest railway station is Wembley Stadium
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