Of the 75,000 tickets available for the final, UEFA will provide about half of the tickets to the two clubs.
Jurgen Klopp questioned the allocation of tickets for the Champions League final betweenLiverpool
The match between the two teams will take place on May 28 in Paris, and the clubs participating in the final have less than 20,000 tickets to sell to their fans, while the stadium has a capacity of 75,000. Before the match againstTottenham
in the Premier League, Klopp criticized the allocation of tickets by UEFA.
"When you see the ticket prices and all this kind of stuff, the amount of tickets you get only... did I read, is it right that we only get 20,000, they get 20,000, [but] 75,000 in? That makes 35,000, what? Where are these tickets?
"I cannot be more appreciative, more thankful for what [the fans] are doing. Unbelievable... It is the only bad thing about the journey [fans struggling to obtain tickets]. I really hope they all can make it somehow and can create an incredible atmosphere.
"That is what I love about this game, really. The world will be red or white, but everybody will be either or, so tha
t's really cool."
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