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All you need to know about the 2020 UEFA Champions League Final

The curtain falls (today, Sunday) on the 2019/2020 European Champions League tournament, as Bayern Munich will meet Paris Saint-Germain in the final of the tournament at Al-Nour Stadium in Lisbon, Portugal.

Paris Saint-Germain is playing the final match for the first time in its history after it succeeded in overcoming the playoffs, starting with Borussia Dortmund (the last 16), passing through Italian Atalanta (the quarter-finals), then overthrowing Leipzig.

The German in the semi-finals of the tournament.

On the other hand, Bayern Munich did not tolerate its rivals, ousting Chelsea from the round of 16 after winning it 7-1 back and forth, followed by a humiliating 8-2 defeat for Barcelona in the quarter-finals, and then a 3-0 victory over Lyon in the semi-final.

The following is the most important thing you would like to know about the 19/20 European Championship Final:
Timing of the match
The match will be held at nine o’clock today at Al-Nour Stadium “Da Rose”.

Conveyor channels
The match is broadcast on the beIN Sports network (beIN Sports HD 1, beIN Sports 4K).

The expected formation of the match
Learn about the expected formation of Paris and Bayern in the Champions League

Al-Noor Stadium
The stadium of light, is the stadium of the Portuguese club Benfica, located in the north of the Portuguese capital Lisbon, the foundation stone of the stadium was laid on the fourteenth of June 1953, and it was opened on the first of December 1954, then it was expanded in 1970 and then renewed in 1958 .

The European Football Association (UEFA) assigned the task of managing the Champions League final match to Italian referee Daniele Ursato.

Ursato is 44 years old and won the International Referee Badge from FIFA in 2010, but this is the first time that he has managed the final of a major European tournament.

What is waiting for Bayern and Paris before the final of the champions?
Lewandowski is close to the equation of Johan Cruyff, the Dutch football legend, while Paris Saint-Germain is afraid to catch up with 6 clubs that reached the Champions Final for the first time and failed to win the title.