Lisbon's Estádio do Restelo will stage the 2014 UEFA Women's Champions League final at 19.30 local time (20.30CET) on Thursday 22 May.
Since the UEFA Women's Champions League's 2009/10 relaunch, the final of the women's club competition has been held two days before the men's decider in the same city. With the Estádiodo SportLisboa e Benfica hosting the UEFA Champions League final on 24 May, the 19,300-capacity home of CF Os Belenenses in the Belem district has been selected for the women's showpiece.
Opened in September 1956 with a 2-1 win for Belenenses against Sporting Clube de Portugal, the stadium could once accommodate 60,000 spectators but has been reduced in capacity since becoming all-seater. Portugal played six friendlies at the ground between 1980 and 2002, beating West Germany 1-0 in 1983, and it also served as Italy's UEFA EURO 2004 training base. The stadium is a music venue too, with many leading rock bands having played there, including a Pearl Jam concert in 2000 later released as a live album.
Ticket details for the final will be communicated at a later date.
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The UEFA Women's Champions League comprises a qualifying group stage, four rounds of two-legged knockout ties and a one-off final.
The lower-ranked champion clubs compete in four-team, one-venue mini-tournaments hosted by one of the competitors.
The qualifying round winners join the teams given a bye past that stage in the round of 32. From hereon the competition consists of two-legged knockout ties, continuing with the round of 16, which is drawn along with the last 32. The draw for the remainder of the competition is then made, with quarter-finals and semi-finals played over two legs. If scores are level after 90 or 120 minutes of the second leg, the team with the most away goals wins, otherwise a penalty shoot-out is held.
The final is a one-off match held two nights before the men's UEFA Champions League final in the same city. The 2013/14 edition concludes in Lisbon.
Further details, including the criteria for separating teams that finish level on points in a group, can be found in the official competition regulations.