Saturday, 25 June 2011

Wembley Stadium has emerged as the frontrunner for the final venue of the 2011 Champions League final

Wembley Stadium, Barcelona and Manchester United emerged as the frontrunner for the final venue of the 2011 Champions League final in 2013 after less than a month's hosting.

Hosted by the on Wednesday at UEFA in Nyon in Switzerland, and the fact that 2013 marks the 150th anniversary of European football Association football governing body is persuaded to consider returning to London to be named.

A senior UEFA source said: "Initially it was suggested that Manchester should be chosen but the success of Wembley last month means it is now very much the favourite.

"There is a feeling that the 2013 final should go to England to mark the FA's 150th anniversary."

UEFA to Wembley was a resounding commercial success, it was not very clear in terms of organization.

most stadiums, there is no need for additional hospitality marquees for events or media to meet up at Wembley to be, nor was there to bring in additional technology to get around a also had problems.

If Wembley is selected, then the final few tickets for this year is likely to be cheaper.

Platini at Wembley in April for the high cost of tickets and apologized for the UEFA Cup for the families of the future will consider the introduction of a cheaper variety.

Cheapest tickets on general sale for a £ 26 administration fee of 150 pounds was the price of one adult and one child £ 338 for the cheapest package at a cost of only two seats available were in the categories.

Platini said then: "It was a mistake, it was not good. But it is not easy to decide the price of the tickets in the Champions League final.

"Perhaps in the future we have to have another category for families that is less expensive. But if you put those on the black market how much will they cost?"

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