New venues for UEFA Champions League and Europa League games

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Due to the coronavirus travel restrictions, a number of Champions League and Europa League games have been switched to new venues by Europe’s football governing body UEFA.

New Champions League venue

RB Leipzig vs Liverpool – Feb. 16, Puskas Arena in Budapest

Atletico Madrid vs Chelsea – Feb. 23, Arena Nationala in Bucharest

Borussia Moenchengladbach vs Manchester
City – Feb. 24, Puskas Arena in Budapest

New Europa League venue

Molde vs Hoffenheim – Feb. 18, Estadio de la Ceramina in Villarreal

Real Sociedad vs Manchester United – Feb. 18, Juventus Stadium in Turin

Benfica vs Arsenal – Feb. 18, Stadio Olimpico in Rome


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