Wednesday, August 12, 2020, 12h08

Estádio da Luz is ready to host the Champions League


The home ground of Sport Lisboa e Benfica will the stage of two quarterfinal matches, one from the semifinals and the final.

Estádio da Luz, one of the most valuable stadiums in the world, is ready to host the final 8 of the Champions League. With all the matches of the quarterfinals defined, the Cathedral hosts the first of four clashes on August 12. 

Estádio da Luz Sport Lisboa e Benfica

Matches at Estádio da Luz

Round Teams Date |Time
Quarterfinal Atalanta vs PSG 12.08 |20 pm
Quarterfinal Barcelona vs Bayern Munich 14.08 |20 pm
Semifinal Winner of the Leipzig-Atlético Madrid vs winner of the Atalanta-PSG (semifinal 1) 18.08 |20 pm
Final winner of semifinal 1 vs winner of semifinal 2 23.08 |20 pm

The other encounters of the quarterfinals will be played at the Estádio José Alvalade. The Leipzig-Atlético Madrid match on August 13, at 8:00 pm, and the Manchester City-Lyon match, at the same time, but on August 15.


The semifinal and the final

In a version with single-legged rounds and matches behind closed doors, the games come thick and fast. On August 18,  the Sport Lisboa e Benfica Stadium hosts the semifinal to be played between the winner of the Leipzig-Atlético Madrid and the winner of the match between Atalanta and Paris Saint-Germain. 

Sorteio Liga dos Campeões


  • Quarterfinals: August 12 to 15

  • Semifinals: August 18 to 19

  • Final: August 23 (Estádio da Luz) 

On August 19, in Alvalade, the other semifinal between the winner of the Barcelona-Bayern and Manchester City-Lyon will take place.

The big moment is scheduled for August 23, at 8:00 pm! The Champions League final will be at Estádio da Luz, for the second time in history since its inauguration on October 25, 2003. In 2014, in the final between Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid several former player of reds were on the pitch: Di María and Fábio Coentrão (Real Madrid) and Tiago (Atlético Madrid).

João Félix

This time, depending on the combination of results may be on the pitch Nélson Semedo (Barcelona), João Félix and Oblak (Atlético Madrid), Di María (PSG) and João Cancelo, Bernardo Silva and Ederson (Manchester City).

Text: Marco Rebelo

Photos: Archive / SL Benfica and UEFA

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