It’s almost that time of the season again. The end is nearing which also means that Europe’s domestic cup competitions are coming to a conclusion. Belgian’s cup final has already been played and this weekend it’s the turn of the Dutch. Though other tournaments are still in the semi-final or even quarter-final stage.

Cup finals are typically played at a country’s national stadium or other flagship stadium, though there are the odd exceptions We’ve put them all in a nice table for you:

FA Cup (5/5) Liverpool or Everton vs Spurs or Chelsea Wembley Stadium
DFB Pokal (12/5) Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich Olympiastadion
Copa del Rey (25/5) Athletic Club vs Barcelona Estadio Vicente Calderón
Coppa Italia (20/5) Juventus vs Napoli Stadio Olimpico
Coupe de France (28/4) Lyonnais vs Quevilly Stade de France
KNVB Beker (8/4) PSV Eindhoven 3:0 Heracles Almelo De Kuip
Taça de Portugal (20/5) Sporting CP vs Académica Estádio Nacional
Scottish Cup (19/5) Aberdeen or Hibernian vs Celtic or Hearts Hampden Park
Puchar Polski (24/4) Wisła or Chorzów vs Legia or Arka Gdynia Stadion Miejski w Kielcach
Russian Cup (9/5) Dynamo or Novgorod vs Rubin Kazan or Rostov Tsentralnyi Stadion
Schweizer Cup (16/5) Sion or Luzern vs Winterthur or Basel Stade de Suisse
Greek Football Cup (25/4) Olympiacos vs Atromotis OAKA Stadium
Belgian Cup (24/3) Lokeren 1:0 Kortrijk Stade Roi Baudouin


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