UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin has left the door open for the United States to host Champions League matches in the future, as reported by journalist Fabrizio Romano.
Speaking on the Men in Blazers podcast, Čeferin stated he was open to a discussion about playing significant Champions League matches in the United States after 2025.
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Čeferin, who has been UEFA President in 2016 following allegations of corruption that blighted his predecessor Michel Platini, stated he had discussions around the possibility of bringing football from Europe’s premier competition to the United States saying, “In 2025, the final is in Munich, after that, let’s see”.
In 2021, the Slovenian was widely credited for the role he played in helping bring the downfall of the European Super League.
UEFA President Čeferin: “Champions League games being played in USA? It's possible. We started to discuss about that”, told @MenInBlazers. 🏆🇺🇸
“In 2025, the final is in Munich… after that, let's see”. pic.twitter.com/7T00qLik9e
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) April 25, 2023