A tour of "De France", the stadium of the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid (video)

A few hours separate us from the most important event in the European continent and the world, when the dialogue between Liverpool and Real Madrid is renewed at eleven in the evening, UAE time, the final of the 2022 European Champions League, which will be held at the “Stade de France” or “France” in Arabic, located in a suburb. Saint-Denis" in the capital, Paris, and is one of the most important European stadiums in recent years.

The Stade de France was built specifically for France to host the 1998 World Cup, when the “Rooster” team defeated Brazil in the final by three clean points, and the stadium’s capacity is 80,000 spectators, which puts it on the list of the largest stadiums in the old continent.

The Parc de Princes stadium had previously hosted the Champions League final on three occasions, before being assigned to the Stade de France in 2022 to host the continental final for the second time in history after the 2000 edition. It

is the first time that a team meets Real Madrid and Liverpool at the "Stadium de France" in the Champions League final, but the stadium itself witnessed the crowning of the 2000 Champions League title when it defeated Valencia "3-0" in an all-Spanish final.

The French stadiums had previously given both teams European glory, especially with Real Madrid, who won the first edition in 1954, which was hosted by the "Park of the Princes" stadium, in which the royal team won in the final against the French team, Reims, with a score of "4-3", before carrying Princes Park Stadium In 1981, the joy of Liverpool fans and the sadness of Real Madrid's supporters, when the Paris stadium hosted the final site that brought the two teams together, during which the Reds succeeded in winning the title at the expense of the "Royal" by winning with a goal without a response.

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