Preparations in place for UCL celebrations
Both Tottenham and Liverpool’s plans to celebrate a Champions League triumph have been released ahead of their June 1st clash.
The two Premier League sides will go head to head in the European finale at the beginning of June.
Liverpool confirmed their place in the final following an incredible comeback against Barcelona at Anfield.
The Reds lost the first leg 3-0, with it having looked an almost impossible task for them to qualify for the final.
However, a brace from both Georginio Wijnaldum and Divock Origi secured a historic 4-0 win, and their place in Madrid.
Tottenham’s semi-final clash with Ajax was just as dramatic.
Despite being 3-0 down on aggregate at half-time in the second-leg, Spurs came back to score three goals within the final 45 minutes, including a 95th-minute winner, sending them through on away goals.
Now, both clubs are preparing their victory parades in case of a historic triumph at the Wanda Metropolitano.
Sunday celebrations for both clubs
As revealed by the Times, Tottenham are in talks with Haringey Council over the exact plans for a victory parade but ‘a date of Sunday June 2nd has been agreed in principle.’
Their report continues by explaining that Spurs considered holding the parade on Monday, June 3rd.
However, it was concluded that more fans, players and staff would be able to attend on a weekend.
As a result, Tottenham will ‘come straight from the airport as they are due to fly back from Madrid on Sunday morning.’
Liverpool have also made plans in case of their triumph.
An open-top bus parade will take place at 4pm on Sunday, starting in the south of Liverpool, should the Reds triumph in Madrid.
Plans for that tour have already been published, while Tottenham’s plans will be finalised ‘in the next few days’ conclude the Times.