After the celebrations calmed down from Tottenham’s incredible win over Ajax in the Champions League semi-final last night, the minds of Spurs supporters would have instantly gone to tickets.
Anyone who even vaguely follows the club will be dying to be in Madrid for the match, just for the chance to see Spurs potentially lift the UEFA Champions League for the first time.
The final is set to take place in Spain in just a few weeks, with June 1st set as the date.
Tottenham meet fellow Premier League side Liverpool in the final of the competition.
However, fans may be gutted to hear exactly how many tickets each team is getting in the 68,000 seat strong Wanda Metropolitano stadium.
Spurs and Liverpool will each be given just 16,613 tickets, not even making up half of the stadium’s capacity (TalkSPORT).
This means that 25,387 Tottenham season ticket holders and around 9,000 from Liverpool will be unable to secure a ticket for the final.
Spurs Web Opinion:
It is pretty disgusting the number of tickets that go to corporate for a match like this, when hundreds and thousands of die-hard fans would pay anything for the chance to be in attendance. Having only around 16,000 out of 68,000 seems like a complete joke, when 30,000 from each team would make such an iconic atmosphere. Good luck to all those hoping for a golden ticket!
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