The Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City will not be played in Turkey.
The final will be played on the 29th of May 2021.
It will now take place in Portugal with 6,000 fans from each club able to attend.
The game has been moved from Turkey to the Portuguese city of Porto because of coronavirus restrictions.
Portugal is on England’s green list so players and fans can attend without having to quarantine on their return home. Turkey is on the red list.
The final had been due to be staged at Istanbul’s Ataturk Olympic Stadium.
“To deprive supporters of the chance to see the match in person was not an option and I am delighted that this compromise has been found,” said Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin.
Uefa, UK government officials and the Football Association met to talk about Wembley hosting the game but no agreement could be reached on quarantine exemptions for sponsors, VIPs and broadcasters.
“Fans have had to suffer more than 12 months without the ability to see their teams live and reaching a Champions League final is the pinnacle of club football,” added Ceferin.
“After the year that fans have endured, it is not right that they don’t have the chance to watch their teams in the biggest game of the season.”
Both Chelsea and Manchester City say they are in discussions with Uefa and other stakeholders over ticketing and travel arrangements.