Tottenham will go up against Liverpool at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid on June 1st, for the honour of being named champions of Europe.
Both teams seemed unlikely to get to the final after losing their first leg but produced terrific comebacks in the return leg.
The game will undoubtedly be one of the biggest in Tottenham’s history while Liverpool haven’t won too much silverware in recent years either.
Thus, both sets of fans will want to get to Madrid to watch their sides vie for the biggest honour in European football, but each club has only received 16,000 tickets to be sold on to supporters according to the Daily Mail.
The Times report that Tottenham thus plan to screen the final in the new stadium for the fans who will miss out on the opportunity to watch their team play in Madrid.
The report claims that the club is currently holding talks with Haringey Council and Metropolitan Police to establish if they would allow the event to go forward.
Some Spurs fans on social media certainly seemed to like the idea.
It would be fantastic if it happens. The inflated flight costs to Madrid and ticket prices for the final are outrageous. Let alone the clubs allocation which is ridiculous. A screening for the fans would be great at the new stadium.
— Jim Julien (@JimJulien66) May 10, 2019
Like the sound of that! 👍
— Chris. (@dobbin59) May 10, 2019
This needs to happen
— Steve (@stevethomas1976) May 10, 2019
Please let this be true
— Spurs views (@views_spurs) May 9, 2019
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Given the price of flight and match tickets at the moment, a lot of Spurs fans are likely to miss out on the opportunity to watch their team play live in the arguably the biggest game in their history.
It thus certainly is a good idea to give fans an opportunity to watch the historic occasion along with thousands of their fellow Spurs fans at the new stadium.
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