Tottenham Hotspur are just two days away from potentially lifting the Champions League trophy, with only Liverpool between them and glory.
The Lilywhites and the Reds are set to meet at 20:00 on June 1 in Madrid, with Spurs looking to win the trophy for the first time, and Liverpool hoping to follow up last season’s second place with a win.
Unfortunately, only just over 16,000 fans from each side were able to secure tickets for the historic event (BBC), but that hasn’t stopped Tottenham from putting on a show.
With a brand new 62,062 seat stadium at their disposal, Tottenham wasted no time in advertising a unique screening for the final in North London.
Reports have now revealed that the viewing party has sold out, meaning that around 62,000 Spurs fans will all cram into the stadium together to watch the match, with no away voices in sight (Standard).
It should be an incredible atmosphere, and, if Spurs win, Levy may just have to replace that glass roof.
Spurs Web Opinion:
I am hoping and praying that it turns out to be one of the best nights of my life when I rock up to the new stadium on Saturday. While the fans there will not be able to create an atmosphere for the players, they owe it to themselves to make it a night to remember. Over 62,000 of us are set to live every second of the final together.
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