The match, which was due to take place on May 28, will now take place at the Stade de France.
This is the second time the final will be held at the French stadium — the first having been 16 years ago when Barcelona beat Arsenal.
European football chiefs had set the stage for a decision on the centrepiece, with London among one of the alternative venues.
But the scale of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has forced the issue, with UEFA acknowledging that immediate action must be taken.
UEFA bosses held intensive talks on Friday and came to the conclusion that he should be moved.
And it will also increase the pressure on FIFA to act and kick Russia out of their World Cup play-off with Poland, which is due to be played in Moscow on March 24.
Polish FA chiefs have previously expressed ‘concerns’ about being forced to play in Moscow after the country’s government condemned Russian aggression.
But it now looks impossible for the game to go as planned — and increasingly unlikely that other nations will accept Russia’s continued involvement in football.
This could see UEFA being asked to ban ALL Russian club teams.
But UEFA are also under pressure to tear up their Champions League sponsorship deal with Gazprom.
The crisis enveloping Europe now means that sport — and football in particular — is a key player in the scenario.
Both Germany and Japan were barred from qualifying for the 1950 World Cup in the aftermath of World War II.
And South Africa was kicked out of FIFA in 1961, spending 35 years in the desert sanctioning the apartheid regime.
Earlier this week, members of the European Parliament wrote to UEFA boss Aleksander Ceferin, telling him: “UEFA must act now”.