Champions League final: Travel info for fans

Champions League final: Info for supporters

Follow our blog for live, up-to-the-minute information for Liverpool supporters travelling to Madrid for the Champions League final against Tottenham Hotspur.

Liverpool Football Club would like to remind supporters to take due care and attention when handling match tickets ahead of tomorrow night’s Champions League final.

In accordance with UEFA rules, the club is prohibited from replacing any tickets which are lost, damaged or stolen. 

Advice for fans attending the Fan Park on Saturday

  • If using Google Maps to find the location, please note Plaza Felipe II is not recognised - search for Av Felipe II or Plaza de Salvador Dali instead
  • This is not a ticketed event and is open to all
  • Music will start from 10.30am and finish at 5.30pm, local time
  • The Fan Park is open and has limited shade - take necessary provisions for the very high temperatures
  • There is no live screening of the match at the Fan Park. The city council has confirmed local venues around the city will be open and broadcast the game

Latest advice from the British Embassy

Supporters should note for the fan zone at Plaza Felipe II, a raised platform will be available in front of the stage for wheelchair users.

For more information regarding the fan zone, click here.

The UK Embassy has provided an information guide to support fans whilst out in Madrid.

Click here to view it.

The one-day travel pass you will be issued alongside your match ticket can be used on any day; however, they are valid from the first time used until 5am the following day only.

For example, if you arrive in Madrid on Thursday and use your travel pass for the first time that day, your pass will expire at 5am on Friday.

Once the pass has expired, supporters can pay to recharge the travel pass in any of the automatic machines in the Metro.

Please note, you must keep your match ticket safe while in Madrid.

Any lost or stolen ticket will not be reprinted.

The Spanish police in Madrid have set up a Twitter account to offer support and help to fans and citizens during the final.

You can follow their updates at: @policia_UCLFLFC

Fan guides

A number of fan guides are available to download ahead of Saturday's Champions League final in Madrid.

Click here to view them.