The Krestovok Stadium in St. Petersburg was supposed to host the final in 2021. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe, 2020 final was postponed and then redistributed to Lisbon. Due to the organizer's postponement by one year, 2022 final is now held in St. Petersburg. Istanbul has lost the final right to host Porto in 2021 but will allow a limited number of fans to participate in the match, which will be held in 2023. Munich, which was originally scheduled to host the final in 2023, is now planning to host the competition in 2025. At the same time, London's Wembley Stadium will retain the right to host 2024 final. Bilbao and Dublin, which are unable to compete in this year's European Championship, have reached a settlement with the UEFA Executive Committee and will host the UEFA Cup finals in 2024 and 2025 respectively. Bilbao will also host the Women's Champions League final in 2024. The Chief Executive Officer of the Irish Football Association, Jonathan Hill, said in a statement: “We were all disappointed when the COVID-19 pandemic saw four Euro 2020 games move away from Dublin, so it’s really three years. Things to look forward to in the future.". "The 2024 Europa League final will be a landmark event that will bring huge economic benefits to Dublin and Ireland, and it will also promote our game to the final." Next year's Europa League final will be held in Seville, and Budapest will host the 2023 European League Two Club Championship title battle.