Liverpool fans did everything they could to get to France and enjoy a final Champions League. followers of the “red” They had to reach the Galic Territory in a boat after their trip was cancelled.
Carmel Edwards, one of those affected, explained to BBC that a representative of World Choice Sports had informed them that their flight had been cancelled, and that there would be no further flight on which they could reach Paris.
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Having such complications with the tour operator, Browse ESPNA group of fans led by Jurgen Klopp chose to travel across the English Channel to attend the event at the Stade de France, Ignoring the harsh conditions the crossing is going through.
The group of fans made the journey from the United Kingdom to the port of Saint-Malo, where they continued their journey to the French capital by train to arrive on time for the match between Real Madrid and Liverpool.
Liverpool fans traveled to Paris by boat
In the videos circulating on social networks, you can watch the group of fans as they travel by sea to arrive on time in the final match.
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Upon their arrival on French soil, the fans were photographed in the port that greeted them. From that point on, they traveled overland to reach Paris on Saturday.
Some fans had to sell their tickets to other fans due to lack of transportation. In total, it is estimated that between 50,000 and 60,000 Liverpool fans have traveled to Paris for the Champions League final, of whom just over 20,000 will be able to attend the stadium.
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