UEFA plans to inform its members that they want the Champions League and Europa League finals to be completed by the end of August. UEFA will announce to its members today that they want the Champions League and Europa League finals to be settled by the end of August. On Wednesday, the governing body of European football will organize a videoconference with the 55 member associations, to try to determine how its two main competitions will be organized this season.
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Even though most of Europe is blocked by a coronavirus, UEFA is determined to finish both competitions this season and will resist calls for their removal. They are determined that the Champions League – which still has matches to play in the round of 16, and the Europa League, still at the same stage – to be completed.
Originally, UEFA wanted its season to end on June 30, but earlier this month postponed it. The decision will mean a truncated 2020-21 season, which was inevitable anyway, but Uefa will offer several options to make the schedule more flexible, such as the possible removal of two of the first preliminary rounds of the Europa League, cutting the winter breaks in the leagues that currently have them, and a reduction in the number of group matches in the next Champions League terms.
There are options for the quarterfinal stages of each competition to be played on one leg, the location is decided on the draw. And for the semi-finals and finals, it is proposed that each is played in a four-team tournament over four days at the current venues in Istanbul and Gdansk, with the semi-finals and finals on one leg. The Champions League final was originally scheduled to take place at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Turkey on May 30. While the Europa League final was to be held on May 27 at the Stadion Energa Gdansk in Poland.
Liverpool, the defending champion of the Champions League, was eliminated from the competition in the final phase before the end of the coronavirus epidemic. The game was controversial despite the World Health Organization declaring COVID-19 a pandemic. Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti recently revealed that Jurgen Klopp believed the match should not have taken place.
“I spoke with Klopp a few days ago, he told me that the decision to play Liverpool-Atletico was a criminal act and I think he’s right,” Ancelotti said.
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