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Liverpool got home dressing room for Champions League final against Tottenham for & # 39; security reasons & # 39;



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The two sides will meet at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid on 1 June

Liverpool has been handed the home dressing room for the Champions League final, despite being the chosen team.

The Reds take Tottenham on June 1 in the collision with Atletico Madrid & Wanda Metropolitano.

The home dressing room that Liverpool will use for the Champions League final

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The home dressing room that Liverpool will use for the Champions League final

Spurs was initially signed as the home team and Liverpool as the way out for the English final in the Spanish capital.

Officials have decided to trade the teams for & # 39; security reasons & # 39; with Jurgen Klopp & # 39; s side to get the luxurious home amenities.

The smaller out facilities that Tottenham will use in the Wanda Metropolitano

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The smaller out facilities that Tottenham will use in the Wanda Metropolitano

On the Mauricio Pochettino side, it will have to make do with the much smaller dressing room.

Officials said they paid a lot of attention to the decision, taking into account the fans, the Spanish police and the city in general.

Wanda Metropolitano stadium manager Fernado Fariza told Sky Sports News: "Before we made our decision, we made an evaluation between the fans, the Spanish police and the city of Madrid.

The match will be played on the Wanda Metropolitano on 1 June

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The match will be played on the Wanda Metropolitano on 1 June

"We have taken into account the number of fans of both the finalist, the metro lines and the meeting points of fans in the city.

"Taking all of these issues into account, the final decision was that Liverpool fans should be in the south gallery and they will leave all their tickets in the south.


"On the other hand, Tottenham's supporters will arrive at the north and they will leave all their tickets in the north."

Both clubs have only received 16,000 tickets to the final in the 67,000-seat stadium, while travel and accommodation costs have risen since the semi-final.


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