The two teams competing in this season’s Champions League final have already been determined, with Inter Milan taking against Manchester City in the championship game final in the following month.
Manchester City defeated Real Madrid 4-0 in the second leg at the Etihad, winning the match 5-1 overall thanks to a simply outstanding performance.
With a 3-0 victory, Inter Milan advanced from the all-Italian semifinal against AC Milan.
When is the Champions League final 2023?
The 2023 Champions League final will start at 12:30am IST on June 11th, on a Saturday.
Since the European Cup was renamed the Champions League back in 1992, this match will be the 31st Champions League championship game.
Since Chelsea defeated them in 2021, Manchester City is attempting to become the first English team to win the trophy; Inter was the last Italian team to do so in 2010.
Since Liverpool’s defeat to AC Milan in 2007, this is the first Anglo-Italian championship.
Where is the location of the Champions League final?
The Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, which has a seating capacity of 75,000, will host the Champions League final.
The stadium served as the setting for the legendary 2005 final, in which Liverpool completed the ‘Miracle of Istanbul’ by defeating AC Milan after falling behind 3-0 at the half.
The final was originally scheduled to take place at Wembley, but because of the pandemic, the final was moved to 2020, delaying the locations of successive finals by one year.
However, Istanbul was denied the championship and given the 2023 competition as a result of the Covid-19 incident in Turkey in 2021.