UEFA Champions League Final
25 May 2013 - 7:45 PM
The UEFA Champions League Final is the most prestigious event in European club football and since 1963 Wembley Stadium has hosted a total of six finals. The most recent final it hosted was in May 2011 when Barcelona beat Manchester United 3-1.
Following the success of this final, widely recognised as one of the very best in Champions League history, Wembley was again chosen by UEFA to be hosts of the final in 2013 - the 150th anniversary year of The Football Association.
Despite a late scare Borussia Dortmund beat Real Madrid 4-3 on aggregate to become the first team to qualify for this year's Champions League Final. In the final they will face Bayern Munich who eased past Barcelona 7-0 over two legs.
Borussia Dortmund fans will be seated in the east side of the stadium and Bayern Munich in the west. Please note the public ballot for tickets has now closed and no other tickets will be made available. There will be no public screening of the UEFA Champions League final at the UEFA Champions Festival or in London and fans without tickets should not travel. You are advised NOT to book tickets from any unauthorised channel as you will risk the ticket being a forgery or losing your money. Any ticket order not in accordance with the 2013 UEFA Champions League ticketing Terms and Conditions will be rejected.
If you are a Borussia Dortmund or Bayern Munich fan attending the final please read this guide written in German here. To plan your journey to Wembley in London using public transport click here.
This match is subject to extra time and penalties if the score remains even at full time. The match could therefore finish approx 1 hour and 45 mins after kick off (if complete in 'normal' time), 2 hours and 20 mins after kick off (if extra time is played) or up to 2 hours and 50 mins after kick off (if extra time and penalties are required).