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2020 Women's Champions League final: Vienna

Viola Park in Vienna will stage the 2020 UEFA Women's Champions League final.

Viola Park
Viola Park ©Getty Images

Viola Park in Vienna will stage the 2020 UEFA Women's Champions League final.



• The home of Austria Wien since 1973 was first built in 1925 to stage the matches of Slovan Wien, though the original stadium was destored in World War II and has been reconstructed several times, most recently between 2016 and 2018.

• Viola Park was previously known as the Franz-Horr-Stadion, having been named in honour of former Vienna Football Association president Franz Horr.

• As well as Austria Wien, Viola Park has also hosted several national-team games at senior and underage level.

• The Austrian Women's Cup final has been played there five times, most recently in 2007.

• This is the first UEFA women's final in Vienna but the Austrian capital's Prater Stadion/Ernst-Happel-Stadion has hosted four European Cup finals (1964, 1987, 1990 and 1995), the 1970 European Cup Winners' Cup final, 1994 UEFA Cup final and UEFA EURO 2008 final.


Advance ticket sales are now over; the next phase is set for after the semi-finals:

Side seats (Category 1)
Adults: €12
Children up to 14 years old: €6

Behind goals (Category 2)
Adults: €8
Children up to 14 years old: €4


Prolific striker Burger first played for Neulengbach, remaining for all but one brief spell between 2005 and 2015, winning ten league titles and seven Austrian Cups, and finishing Bundesliga top scorer six times. With 40 goals in the UEFA Women's Cup/UEFA Women's Champions League (the first player to get that many for a single club), Burger ranks eighth all-time in the competition.

She had a brief spell in the United States with Houston Dash in 2014 and after returning to Neulengbach, in 2015 she left for Germany's Sand, where Burger spent the next four years of her career, twice reaching the DFB Cup final. She returned to Neulengbach this summer and resumed her position near the top of the scorers' table.

Burger retired from international football in the summer of 2019 after scoring 53 goals in 108 appearances for Austria, both records (for men or women). She helped her nation qualify for and reach the semi-finals of their first major tournament, UEFA Women's EURO 2017, scoring twice in the Netherlands and also converting in the last-eight penalty shoot-out defeat of Spain.