Tottenham and Liverpool will go head to head for the honour of being crowned champions of Europe, on the 1st of June at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid.
While this is the first time Spurs will be part of the final, the Reds have also not won much silverware recently, and so this is a game of huge significance for both sides.
However, both clubs have only received 16,000 tickets to pass on to their fans according to The Times, meaning a lot of Spurs and Liverpool fans won’t be able to watch their team in action in Madrid.
The club now announced through its official website today that the Champions League final will be screened live at the new stadium for those unable to make the trip to Spain.
Further, the club also confirmed that the stadium will be open to full capacity and that tickets for the event would be priced at £10 for Adults and £5 for Juniors.
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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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