Germany's capital will play host to the competition's showpiece for the first time in its history, with the Europa League set to be contested in Warsaw
The stadium was built when the German capital hosted the 1936 Olympic Games but has never staged the final of Europe's top competition.
However, the continent's governing body has confirmed that the showpiece will return to Germany just three years after Chelsea claimed the title at Munich's Allianz Arena.
German Football Federation president Wolfgang Niersbach said: "I already told [Uefa counterpart] Michel Platini at the 2012 final in Munich that we wish to host this worldwide event again soon.
"The fact that it happened so quickly is credit to our ability to organise things and be a good host. I am looking forward to a big football party in Berlin."
Meanwhile, the National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland will host the 2015 Europa League final.
The arena was purpose-built for last summer's European Championship and hosted five matches, including the opening fixture of the tournament, one quarter-final and one semi-final.