When is the Champions League final? Date, UK time and stadium host for 2022 title

Here are all the details of the 2022 Champions League final.

The road to the Champions League final is set to resume tonight as Manchester City travel to Portugal to face Sporting Lisbon, while Paris Saint-Germain host Real Madrid.

With the semi-finals set to be wrapped up by May 4, we will discover the final’s two opponents in less than three months.

Chelsea will be hoping to defend their title after beating City in Porto last year, while Pep Guardiola’s side are still on the search for their first ever Champions League trophy.

Here is all you need to know about the final...

When is the 2022 Champions League final?

The final is scheduled to take place on Saturday May 28 2022 - giving the finalists over three weeks to prepare following the semis.

It is due to kick off at 8pm GMT.

Where is the 2022 Champions League final?

For only the second time in Champions League history, the final will be held in Russia.

This year’s final will take place at the Krestovsky Stadium - usually known as the Gazprom Arena.

The stadium was built ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia and is now home to FC Zenit Saint Petersburg.

The Krestovsky Stadium was originally scheduled to host the 2021 final, but given the reorganisation of final hosting duties following the Covid-19 pandemic, it was moved to 2022.

Where are the upcoming Champions League finals?

UEFA have already announced where the next four finals will be located after the pandemic forced them to reschedule.

• 2022 Krestovsky Stadium - Saint Petersburg, Russia

• 2023 Ataturk Olympic Stadium - Istanbul, Turkey

• 2024 Wembley Stadium - London, England

• 2025 Allianz Arena - Munich, Germany