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Real Madrid screening Champions League final at the Bernabéu

Real Madrid announced last week that they will be screening the Champions League final on Saturday, 1 June , at the Santiago Bernabéu. Carlo Ancelotti’s side are looking to win the competition for the 15th time, as they face Borussia Dortmund at Wembley Stadium.

Real Madrid screening Champions League at Santiago Bernabéu

Giant screens will be installed at Real Madrid’s home stadium on the day of the game, so that fans who can’t attend the match in London can cheer on the team in a stadium environment. Tickets for the screening began on Thursday, 23 May, with seats inside the stadium distributed through five stages of sales based on priority.

The first stage allowed season ticket holders and Euro season ticket holders to purchase one ticket for free. Four stages followed for other season ticket holders and Real Madrid members. Finally, a sale for the general public will open on Friday, 31 May until the remaining tickets sell out.

Madrid supporters were unable to buy more than four tickets per purchase on the official club website. The club also announced that the money raised from sales will go to the Real Madrid Foundations and its dedicated social projects.

Real Madrid screening Champions League final at Santiago Bernabéu.
The final will take place at Wembley Stadium for the first time in 11 years – Photo by Icon Sport

A statement from Real Madrid read: “For the Champions League final that Real Madrid are to play against Borussia Dortmund on June 1 in London, our club will install giant screens at the Santiago Bernabéu on the day of the match. In this way, season ticket and Euro season ticket holders, non-season ticket holders, Madridistas Premium and fans will be able to follow the match live and cheer on our team from the stands.”

Real Madrid look to make it 15

Ancelotti’s team are unbeaten in the Champions League this season and are looking to record their 15th title in this competition. Their opponents last reached the final of Europe’s biggest domestic competition in 2013, when they lost 2-1 to Bayern Munich at Wembley.

Madrid will be hoping that Dortmund’s bad luck in London continues on Saturday.


Will Murray

Freelance football journalist. Experience writing for When Saturday, Comes, Goalkeeper.com, Elite Scholars and Total Football Analysis. Recently finished an MA in Sport Journalism at the University of Brighton. Long-time season ticket holder at the two-time European Champions Nottingham Forest.

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