Liverpool Files UEFA Report Amid Champions League Match Against Real Madrid

Liverpool have filed reports to UEFA for the unjust actions shown towards the club before their next Champions League clash against Madrid.

The Club raised allegations to UEFA and Real Madrid for offering the Liverpool fans a fewer amount of tickets for the away game at Bernabeu. The Club and it’s fans requested for more number of tickets and have described this action shown towards them as unjust.

Liverpool FC has received an allocation of 1,800 tickets for the Champions League away fixture against Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Wednesday March 15.

The club has contacted UEFA and Real Madrid regarding the reduced allocation to understand the rationale behind this decision,as per@LFC.

Spirit of Shankly, the official Supporters Trust, and the Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association have also asked the club to raise their concerns and asked to remain in dialogue throughout the process, as per@LFC.

The fact that Real Madrid have offered Liverpool just four wheelchair bays and even they are in the home end is ridiculous. Spirit of Shankly have described it as “unacceptable and unjust”@JamesPearce.

Liverpool fans also hope that by raising the necessary attentions at social media that it will help call the people involved to order. I guess that the exercise will continue till a positive outcome is reached.

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