Liverpool get revenge for last season Champions League final defeat At the hands of Real Madrid as Jürgen Klopp’s side face the Spanish side in the 2022-23 Round of 16.
The first leg takes place at Anfield February 21st As things stand, however, the Premier League side can only expect 1,800 fans in the away sector of the return leg on 15 March in the Spanish capital after La Liga clubs cut their ticket quotas for visiting fans.
Citing the redevelopment work of the Chamartín stadium, Real Madrid now plans to offer ‘Reds’ fans 3% of its current capacity (Down from 80,000 to Top 60,000 due to ongoing redevelopment work) is less than the 5% stipulated by UEFA for travel supporters.
Liverpool are further angered by media reports suggesting capacity has increased as the stadium nears completion. Game in March may run 70,000 units The La Liga side has no plans to change the allocation of away tickets.
The issue was brought to the attention of Anfield club, Real Madrid and UEFA by a group of Liverpool supporters. “Spirit of Shankly, Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association and FSE (Football Supporters Europe)”.
the news later Atlético Madrid fans complained that they were only allotted 341 tickets The Copa del Rey quarterfinals next Thursday.