More than 62,000 season ticket-holders and members will flood the new stadium for a screening of the match against Liverpool
Tottenham’s new stadium has sold out for a screening of the Champions League final on Saturday evening.
More than 62,000 season ticket-holders and members will flood into the new stadium for a screening of the showpiece event in Madrid.
The stadium, which opened in April, will have the biggest LED screens in Europe, with two 325 square-metre screens in the South Stand and two 190.7 square-metre screens in the North Stand.
Furthermore, both screens will be supported by a state-of-the-art sound system and the combined surface area of the screens amounts to bigger than the screens at all the other Premier League clubs combined.
Additional screens will be placed on the pitch to ensure fans have a clear view of BT Sport’s coverage.
Tickets for the event were priced at £10 for seniors and £5 for juniors and it also included a booking fee.
Restaurants and bars are open throughout the match and, unlike on match-days, fans will be able to bring drink to the stands.
The popularity of the event has seen organisers look to open up premium areas in the stadium, as the club have held back some tickets to allow them to move supporters if it is required.
Both Liverpool and Tottenham have been allocated 16,613 seats at the Wanda Metropolitano and Spurs have urged non ticket-holders not to travel to Madrid.
Those who have purchased a ticket through the club have been given a free pass to travel in the Spanish capital on Saturday.