UEFA Competitions Finals: Exploring the Attractions of Finalists’ Cities

As Europe’s top football clubs prepare to face off in the finals of the UEFA Champions League (Manchester City – Inter Milan), UEFA Europa League (AS Roma – Sevilla FC), and UEFA Europa Conference League (Fiorentina – West Ham) hosted by wonderful cities that we have already explored in the previous blog article – fans around the world are turning their eyes also to the six finalists’ cities. Let’s take a closer look at these iconic destinations to explore the myriad attractions each offers: Manchester, Milan, Rome, Seville, Florence, and London.

What you will find in this article

Manchester: Home of Manchester City


Located in the heart of England, Manchester has a rich industrial heritage.. The city is renowned for its music scene, cultural festivals, and, most notably, its deep-rooted football culture. While in Manchester, visit the National Football Museum to delve into the history of the beautiful game. Other must-see attractions include the Manchester Art Gallery, the Science and Industry Museum, and the iconic Manchester Cathedral. Don’t forget to take a tour of the Etihad Stadium, home to Manchester City, for an immersive football experience.

Milan: Home of Inter Milan

Duomo di Milano

Milan is not only a global capital of fashion and design but also an Italian football stronghold. The city is home to two of Italy’s most successful clubs, including Inter Milan. Visit the majestic Duomo di Milano, the city’s most famous landmark, and make sure to catch a panoramic view of the city from its rooftop. Art enthusiasts should not miss Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” housed in the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie. A tour of the San Siro Stadium, shared by Inter Milan and AC Milan, is a must for any football fan.

Rome: Home of AS Roma

Wonderful view of St Peter Cathedral, Rome, Italy

The Eternal City, Rome, overflows with history, from the ancient ruins of the Roman Forum and the Colosseum to the breathtaking Vatican City, home to St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel. Sports enthusiasts can visit the Stadio Olimpico, where AS Roma plays. Stroll around Trastevere for a taste of Roman life, and don’t forget to toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain, ensuring your return to this captivating city.

Seville: Home of Sevilla FC


Seville, the capital of Andalusia, is famed for its flamenco, ferias (festivals), and football. Explore the city’s rich Moorish heritage at the Alcázar of Seville, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Marvel at the world’s largest Gothic cathedral, the Seville Cathedral, and climb the Giralda tower for panoramic city views. Fans can get a glimpse into Andalusian football passion with a visit to Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium, home to Sevilla FC.

Florence: Home of Fiorentina

ponte vecchio FIrenze

Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance, is renowned for its iconic art, architecture, and, of course, football. Visit the Uffizi Gallery, home to works by Botticelli, Michelangelo, and Da Vinci, and marvel at the stunning Duomo, Florence’s most recognizable landmark. Take a stroll across the Ponte Vecchio, and tour the Palazzo Vecchio and the Boboli Gardens. A visit to the Artemio Franchi Stadium, home to Fiorentina, will complete your Florence experience.

London: Home of West Ham United


London, one of the world’s most visited cities, boasts a rich history, diverse culture, and vibrant football scene. Highlights include the British Museum, the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, and the London Eye. Explore the dynamic food scene at Borough Market and soak up the atmosphere in Covent Garden. Don’t forget to visit the Houses of Parliament and the iconic Big Ben. In terms of football, the city is home to several top-flight clubs, including West Ham United. Football enthusiasts should definitely tour the London Stadium, West Ham’s home ground.

Each of these cities offers unique attractions, blending centuries of history and culture with their individual special love for football. As the UEFA competitions finals approach, these destinations promise to provide a fascinating backdrop, adding to the excitement and spectacle of the tournaments. If you’re planning a visit to these cities, knowing more about their culture and attractions enhances your appreciation of these upcoming football fiestas. So let the games begin and enjoy this grand European tour!

All the cities in this article:

The attractions of the world don't end here.

To discover them all visit wannaticket.net!

Subscribe to our newsletter

Stay updated on wannaticket news and receive many other benefits!

By clicking on the “Subscribe” button you accept our Privacy Policy.

Thank you for subscribing to wannaticket newsletter!

Your registration has been successfully submitted.