Liverpool Begin Process To Legal Action Against UEFA After Champions League Final Loss

The Reds are set to take legal action against UEFA after they lost the final against Real Madrid on Saturday, 28th of May, 2022

Liverpool have threatened to drag the UEFA to court and have also backed that with begining steps as they call for responses from fans.

The English team failed to beat Real Madrid on another UEFA Champions League Final try with Vinicius Jnr netting home the only goal of the game.

Despite being the dominant side, Reds failed to find the back of Thibaut Courtois’ net as the Belgian was everywhere taking the shots.

The night went by in a way they didn’t dream to see it happen and to further worsen their experience was an incident outside the stadium.

Remember the match was supposed to be held in Russia but due to the ongoing war between the two country, it was moved to France.

Just few minutes to the kick off time, UEFA announced there would be a little delay in kick off time due to fans having difficulties in getting into the Stade de France Stadium.

Liverpool fans protesting outside the Stade Des France Stadium

Liverpool are now out stating, the fans arrived on time but weren’t granted access as usual by the Police who went on to pepper-spray them when the issue escalated.

The club are seeking to hear everyone’s side of the story before moving on to take legal actions against UEFA and as such have launched an online form to help collect information.

If you are a Liverpool fan and wish to join in this their fight, kindly click here to access the form.

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