The Football Association has submitted a bid to host the Champions League final at Wembley in 2007.
Wembley may host Champions League final
And it also hopes to stage the Uefa Cup final at the City of Manchester Stadium in either 2006 or 2007.
The new Wembley is expected to be completed in 2006, and is seen as the perfect stage for the showpiece final.
FA Chairman Geoff Thompson said: "We are delighted to be able to nominate two such excellent stadiums. We believe they would be wonderful hosts."
For a bid to be successful, Uefa requires the backing of the local authorities and both submissions include letters of support from local government.
England has not hosted the Uefa Cup Final since it became a one-off event in 1997/98 but Old Trafford hosted the Champions League Final in 2003.
London has not hosted European football's showpiece final since 1992, when the old Wembley Stadium staged the European Cup Final between Barcelona and Sampdoria.