UEFA champions league final moved from Saint Petersburg to Paris ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict
UEFA Champions League from Russia to France photo


UEFA confirms on Friday morning that this season's Champions League final has been moved from Saint Petersburg to Paris over the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.



With anxieties accumulating as the circumstance continues to unfold in eastern Europe, the sporting nation has to revise to merge what is taking place in Vladimir Putin's country.



Not only football but also implicated others like Formula1 also involved by the conflict due to the Russian Grand Prix being planned to go ahead as intended on September 23 presently amid boycott calls.



As a conclusion of ever-growing uncertainty between Russia and the West, UEFA had called an emergency conference on Friday morning.
 



UEFA's announcement reads,  "As the governing body of European football, UEFA is working tirelessly to develop and promote football according to common European values such as peace and respect for human rights, in the spirit of the Olympic Charter.



"We remain resolute in our solidarity with the football community in Ukraine and stand ready to extend our hand to the Ukrainian people. 
 
 
 
"We are dealing with this situation with the utmost seriousness and urgency."
 
 

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