Jurgen Klopp not happy with Champions League final ticket allocation

Liverpool have been allocated only 20000 seats for the Champions League final in Paris.

Liverpool and Real Madrid are set to play the Champions League final on 28th May at Stade de France.

The ground will be able to hold 75,000 tickets out of which only 20,000 has been allocated for both the teams separately.

Klopp is furious with the ticket allocation but has anyway urged fans to travel to Paris and enjoy what the city has to offer.

“Is it right I read we only get 20,000 tickets,” Klopp said as he addressed reporters on Friday morning.

“Real get 20,000 and it’s 75,000 seats. Where are these 35,000 [going]?

“I hope they all can make it somehow and can create – of course they will – an incredible atmosphere. It’s nice..”

“If you don’t get a ticket – I don’t want to invite people to Paris but this time it’s big enough and I did this last time for Basel in Switzerland and it was ‘Oops’. But I think Paris is big enough to go there without a ticket and have a good time, behave yourself but be in the best possible mood,” he added.


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