The 2023 UEFA Champions League final will be held in Istanbul, the governing body of European football announced on July 16.
The Istanbul Ataturk Olympic Stadium will host the 2023 Champions League final match, according to UEFA's official Twitter account.
The German city of Munich was originally to host the final that year. It will now be the site of the event in 2025.
The new Head of the European Commission (EC) Representation in Bucharest, Ramona Chiriac, states, when taking office, that this position represents for her "an opportunity to be part of Romania's present and future". "For me, it is an honor to represent the European Union in Romania, after almost 10 years I represented Romania and the Romanians in Germany, in different mandates.
Belgium knocked out defending champions Portugal in the last 16 and equalled their longest winning streak at major tournaments, winning five in a row for the second time under boss Roberto Martinez.
With a squad packed full of talent they have never been better equipped to win a trophy as they set up a quarter-final tie with Italy.
Retired Romanian international football player Florin Raduidioiu said on Thursday that it is painful that Romania's national football team does not participate in the EURO 2020 football championships, given that Bucharest is a host city, adding that any change in the national team should to start with the coach Mirel Radoi.
Lufthansa is more than doubling its itinerary in Greece with the addition of seven brand new destinations for this summer. From May 21, 2021, Aktio, Chania, Corfu, Kavala, Kos, Mykonos, and Zakynthos will welcome the German air carrier for the first time. This is Lufthansa's largest increase in its 62 years of presence in Greece.
Istanbul will host the 2023 UEFA Champions League final as Turkey will mark the centenary of the republic's foundation in that year, Anadolu Agency learned on May 14.
A source in the Turkish Football Federation (TFF), who asked not to be named, said an official announcement in this regard is expected soon.
Five more countries will be added to France's mandatory 10-day quarantine list, French government spokesman Gabriel Attal announced Wednesday.
The list of countries will be released shortly, adding to the seven countries - Turkey, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, the United Arab Emirates, Pakistan and Qatar - that have appeared on the list since last week.