In 2016 werd het stadion officieel omgedoopt tot het 'Principality Stadium', verwijzend naar de Welshe bouwonderneming Principality Building Society. Omdat de UEFA geen namen toelaat van ondernemingen die geen officiële sponsor van het toernooi zijn, werd besloten om de naam voor de finale te veranderen in 'National Stadium of Wales'. The Principality Stadium roof will be closed for the Champions League final on June 3 Credit: Getty Images. It will be the first ever Champions League final to be played 'indoors', with several international rugby matches played under the ceiling in the past.
Cardiff's National Stadium of Wales has been selected to host the 2017 UEFA Champions League final. Video of the 2017 UEFA Champions League Final trophy presentation at the Principality Stadium after Real Madrid beat Juventus 4-1 to retain the trophy.
Cardiff's National Stadium of Wales will be the venue for the 2017 UEFA Champions League final. Het Cardiff City Stadium is een nieuw voetbal- en rugbystadion in Cardiff, Wales, dat op 22 juli 2009 officieel werd geopend. Na de sloop van Ninian Park spelen vanaf het seizoen 2009/2010 de voetbalclub Cardiff City, dat in de Engelse Championship uitkomt, en de rugbyclub Cardiff Blues hun thuiswedstrijden in het stadion.
The CHAMPIONS LEAGUE and UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE words, the UEFA Champions League logo and trophy and the UEFA Champions League Final logos are protected by trade marks and/or copyright of UEFA. No use for commercial purposes may be made of such trade marks. So how do I get tickets for the Champions League final in Cardiff? Questions about 2017 showpiece answered. UEFA confirmed that the Millennium Stadium will host the Champions League final in two years' time, causing excitement among football fans
The UEFA Champions League 2017 Final here in Cardiff at the Millenium Stadium has been unveiled with the Dragon and the Trophy. Who will lift the trophy in C... Cardiff's Millennium Stadium hosted the 1999 Rugby World Cup final just months after opening. Cardiff's Millennium Stadium has been confirmed as the venue for the 2017 Champions League final by Uefa. The match will be played on Saturday, 3 June while the Women's Champions League final will be held two days earlier at Cardiff City Stadium.
The road to Cardiff began today (25 August) in Monaco where the UEFA Champions League Draw took place, pitting the elite of Europe against each other in the World's biggest club football competition. The National Stadium of Wales will host this season's Final in Cardiff, where the eyes of the world will be upon the Capital to see who will lift the famous trophy. And the arrival of the UEFA Champions League has brutally demonstrated to Cardiff what a ruthless money-making machine modern football is. What at first seemed like a moment in the sun for an often overlooked city has shined a light on how nothing can be allowed to get in the way of football’s global ruling elite.
The 2017 UEFA Champions League Final was the final match of the 2016–17 UEFA Champions League, the 62nd season of Europe's premier club football tournament organised by UEFA, and the 25th season since it was renamed from the European Champion Clubs' Cup to the UEFA Champions League. Women's Final. The UEFA Women's Final will be held at Cardiff City Stadium on 1 June with a 19:45 kick-off. Tickets are said to be priced to allow as many people as possible to experience a UEFA final. Clubs in Wales will be offered subsidised coach travel to the Female Football Festival and final.
Cardiff's National Stadium of Wales will be the venue for the 2017 UEFA Champions League final. Read more The venue for the 2017 UEFA Champions League final, scheduled for Saturday 3 June 2017, was confirmed by the UEFA Executive Committee on 30 June 2015. On 30 June 2015, the Millennium Stadium was chosen as the venue for the 2017 UEFA Champions League Final. UEFA rules meant it could not be branded as the Principality Stadium during the event, resulting in all titles and logos – as well as those of other non-UEFA sponsors – being covered or removed for the duration.
2009 Roma - Stadio Olimpico 2010 Madrid - Santiago Bernabeu 2011 Londres - Wembley 2012 Munique - Allianz Arena 2014 Lisboa - Estádio da Luz 2016 Milão - San Siro/Giuseppe Meazza 2017 Cardiff - Millennium Stadium 2018 Kiev - Olimpico de Kiev. The 2017 UEFA Champions League Final was the final match of the 2016–17 UEFA Champions League, the 62nd season of Europe's premier club football tournament organised by UEFA, and the 25th season since it was renamed from the European Champion Clubs' Cup to the UEFA Champions League.
Venue. The Cardiff City Stadium was announced as the final venue on 30 June 2015, following the decision of the UEFA Executive Committee meeting in Prague, Czech Republic to award the men's and women's Champions League finals to Cardiff. Adidas Official Match Ball for the 2017 UEFA Champions League Round of Sixteen Stages Similar design at previous Champions League balls Graphics include a Welsh Dragon in blue and gray colors as a symbol of Wales Cardiff’s National Stadium of Whales will be the location of the 2017 UEFA Champion’s League final The ball features […]
Cardiff's National Stadium of Wales has been selected to host the 2017 UEFA Champions League final, the first European Cup decider to be held in Wales. Tijdens de verbouwing van Wembley maakte ook de Engelse voetbalbond regelmatig gebruik van het stadion. Zo werden de finales van de FA Cup en de League Cup hier tijdelijk gespeeld. In het stadion werd tevens de finale van de UEFA Champions League 2016/17 gespeeld tussen Juventus en Real Madrid. Externe link. Millennium Stadium
CARDIFF, WALES - JUNE 03: In this handout image provided by UEFA, Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid celebrates scoring his sides third goal with his Real Madrid team mates during the UEFA Champions League Final between Juventus and Real Madrid at National Stadium of Wales on June 3, 2017 in Cardiff, Wales. In 2016, the stadium changed name to Principality Stadium following a naming rights sponsorship deal. The Millennium Stadium has been selected to host the 2017 Champions League final. The stadium has a fully retractable roof, which can be opened in 20 minutes and is being held up by four 90-metre high masts.
The UEFA Champions Festival opens in Cardiff on Thursday 1 June 2017. This a must-see for all those wishing to soak up the UEFA Champions League Final atmosphere when it comes to the Welsh Capital in June. It’s free of charge and offers family entertainment throughout the day. The stadium will be referred to as the National Stadium of Wales during the final Credit: Getty Images Will the Millennium Stadium roof be open or closed for the Champions League final? The Millennium Stadium's retractable roof is known around the world.
Cardiff is the setting for the 2017 Champions League final. Real Madrid face Juventus at the National Stadium of Wales on 3 June - the culmination of a four-day festival of football. Here is what you need to know about what is happening when. The matches. 3 June: The Champions League final takes place at the National Stadium of Wales at 19:45 BST. Juventus name displayed in their Stadium (Image: File/Juventus) Cardiff Airport (CWL/EGFF) is to welcome Juventus fans to Wales for the UEFA Champions League final against Real Madrid on the 3rd June 2017.
Category Gaming; Song We Will Rock You (Remastered 2011) Artist Queen; Album News of the World [2011 Remaster] Licensed to YouTube by Policing the Champions League final which attracted more than 300,000 football fans to Cardiff last summer cost a total of £5.7 million, figures have revealed. South Wales Police received a grant of £1.95m from the Welsh Government and another grant of £263,708 from the Football Association of Wales, according to the BBC.
La final de la Liga de Campeones de la UEFA 2016-17 fue disputada el día 3 de junio de 2017 en el Millennium Stadium de Cardiff, Gales. Los finalistas fueron el Juventus italiano y el Real Madrid español, vigente campeón de la competición. Cardiff Arms Park (Welsh: Parc yr Arfau Caerdydd), also known as The Arms Park and the BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park for sponsorship reasons from September 2014, is situated in the centre of Cardiff, Wales. It is primarily known as a rugby union stadium, but it also has a bowling green.
UEFA Champions League Final Wembley 2013 Intro - Ford & MasterCard FR. UEFA Champions League 2014 Intro - MasterCard & YapiKredi TUR. UEFA Super Cup 2016 Intro HD 1 - Duration: 0:41. NG27 115,805 views. 0:41. UEFA Champions League Final Cardiff 2017 Intro - MasterCard & Pepsi HD 1 - Duration: 0:40. NG27 930,512 views. 2017 UEFA Champions League final in Cardiff, Principality Stadium, Saturday, 03. June 2017 - - Juventus **** holders Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final - Takes place at National Stadiu...
Real Madrid beat Juventus 4-1 in final: watch highlights First successful trophy defence of UEFA Champions League era Madrid's record tally of titles now up to 12 Cristiano Ronaldo first to score in three finals Two Ronaldo goals means he finishes as season top scorer When and where: Sunday at UEFA Champions Festival The 2018 UEFA Champions League Final was the final match of the 2017–18 UEFA Champions League, the 63rd season of Europe's premier club football tournament organised by UEFA, and the 26th season since it was renamed from the European Cup to the UEFA Champions League.
UEFA organises some of the most famous and prestigious football competitions on the European continent including the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Cup and the UEFA European Football Championship (UEFA. 2017 final: National Stadium of Wales, Cardiff. 2017 final: national stadium of wales, cardiff ; Email. Print. rate gallery rate photo. The National Stadium of Wales had a 66,000 net capacity for the final, with the retractable roof closed following a decision by the Football Association of Wales taking into consideration recommendations made by the authorities over the last few weeks. 1,800 staff from host broadcaster BT Sport and other UCL UEFA Champions League Broadcast.
Cardiff 2017 UEFA Champions League Final National Stadium of Wales Saturday 3 June 2017, 19:45. The National Stadium of Wales will provide the stage for the world’s biggest annual sporting event as the UEFA Champions League final comes to Cardiff for the first time on 3 June 2017. Cardiff's streets were packed for the Champions League final (Image: Getty Images) In the build up to final the immediate impact of hosting was estimated to be around £45m in direct additional spending in and around Cardiff. The figure was calculated from post event reports from previous finals.