Which one of the two German football stadiums would make the best test venue for UEFA’s Europa League?
The Bundesliga and the English Premier League are the biggest prize pools in the European competition, but UEFA’s next two games will feature teams from the former two leagues.
The Europa League, the UEFA Cup, and the UEFA Europa League final are all held at stadiums that are a distance from one another, so UEFA will be looking for venues to host the European Championships.
If the two clubs are able to agree a deal for a test venue in each country, the teams will be competing to host one of these competitions in 2019.
The venues will have to be chosen for a number of reasons, including size and cost.
The Champions League final is set to be held at Wembley Stadium in London in 2021.
The tournament is the biggest of the four major leagues in Europe, with 16 clubs in the competition.
The cost to host a Europa League match in a European capital is around $10 million per match, with stadiums being chosen for the tournament in the cities where the clubs live.
The clubs would then have to submit their bids to UEFA, which will decide which stadium they can host the match at, and whether it can be sold at a profit to UEFA’s commercial partners.
The stadiums would then be able to bid to host future matches at Wembley, as UEFA would be able hold matches there.
The teams would then receive financial compensation from UEFA, according to a press release from the European football association.
The stadiums for the Europa League and the Champions League finals will be the two largest stadiums in Europe.
UEFA will pay a fee of about €10 million ($11 million) per game for each one, with the rest going to the clubs.
The remaining €5 million ($6 million) will go to the teams.
The money goes directly to the football clubs, but the clubs could use it for other activities such as marketing and training, according the statement.
The tournament will be held in both Germany and England, and will be played at the Wembley Stadium, the venue for the 2019 European Championships, in London, England.
The clubs would have to secure a contract with the stadiums before the 2019 World Cup.