This Saturday afternoon, the final of the Champions League will have several hooligans in the stands. After approving this match to be played with spectators, many fans of the Manchester City and from Chelsea they moved to Portugal to see their teams. Without a doubt, the pandemic has generated more anxiety in many people and that could be appreciated moments ago.
In the run-up to this great match, perhaps the most anticipated of the year around the world, many fans crossed paths in the streets of Porto and, as expected, no good things happened. There were punches, kicks and many riots outside the most popular bars in the area. Everything was recorded in images, so the networks exploded against the UEFA.
In social networks, different videos of the hooligans, who would be the most ardent fans of the British teams. They were removed from the stadiums years ago, but this time they came to Porto and everything went away. The fans of both teams finished with the blows, generating excesses in several streets.
UEFA itself began with the sale of tickets for fans, after the Portuguese authorities confirmed a capacity of 33% of the total or up to 16,500 spectators at Estádio do Dragão. It was a matter of minutes for the capacities to be liquidated, considering that hundreds of thousands wanted to have a place on the aforementioned playing field.
Both clubs had 6000 tickets for each, divided into categories and values. As expected, they did not last long on the different web pages, understanding the desperation that was experienced to be able to acquire them. In addition, there were also ticket sales for the general public, that is, for fans who did not see themselves identified with either of the two English paintings, Manchester City or Chelsea.
Category 4 (70 euros).
Category 3 (180 euros).
Category 2 (450 euros).
Category 1 (600 euros).
– Diario Olé (@DiarioOle) May 29, 2021
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