English Football Association

On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of English Football Association. The final of the Europa League in that year will be held in the Amsterdam Arena. UEFA announced on Thursday that London Wembley Stadium will once again host the Champions League final, to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Association football (FA) English, two years after having been the scene of this, in which Barcelona won the title in 2013. Likewise, the continental body agreed that the final of the Europa League in 2013 will be held in the Amsterdam Arena and Stadium Eden, of Prague, will host the Super Cup that same year. The President of UEFA, Michel Platini, confirmed the decision of the body which presides in Nyon, where this Thursday and Friday the Executive Committee meets. Founded in 1863, the FA is the oldest national football associations.

It may seem exceptional, but I think that it was important for us to respect this anniversary of our sport, said Platini, he admitted that UEFA was impressed by the good organization of the final between Barcelona and Manchester United, despite apologizing for the high price of tickets. Also, UEFA’s Executive Committee announced that the regular Congress XXXVII will be held in London, the days prior to the end of 2013. European football’s governing body also decided to add the cities of Toulouse and Saint Etienne to the list of venues for euro 2016 France. The Agency has taken the decision to increase the number of ciudades-sede due to the increase of 16 to 24, the number of participating teams, from 9 to 11 which will make 31 Parties will pass in 2013 to 51. UEFA, which must decide, among other things, the economic distribution for the participating teams at Euro 2012, on the Executive Committee of these two days will be held Monday 20 the first draws for Champions League whose final will be played on May 19 at Munich’s Arena Stadium. Source of the news: the UEFA gives back to Wembley final of the Champions League for the 2013

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