Liverpool v Real Madrid Match Day Tickets
Secure your tickets for the Champions League Final at the Stade de France in Paris. This year’s Champions League tournament has provided die-hard fans and neutrals alike with a medley of emotions by featuring world-class football splendour. The excitement for this tournament isn’t over yet as two of Europe's most illustrious clubs will face head-to-head to determine who will lift one of the most prestigious trophies in all of football. Buy Liverpool vs Real Madrid tickets for the Champions League Final with Football Ticket Pad today.
Liverpool’s knockout stages began in the Round of 16 as they toppled Inter Milan in a closely contested 2-1 victory over two legs. Most attribute the win coming 2 minutes after Lautaro Martinez scored, in which Alexis Sanches was sent off - ultimately ending the momentum that was accrued following the goal.
Progressing through to the Quarter-Final of the Champions League, Liverpool first played Benfica away from home at the incredible Estadio da Luz. Liverpool FC came out of this first leg 3-1 ahead which gave them enough of a cushion for the second leg. The second leg at Anfield ended 3-3 which meant that Liverpool progressed through to the Semi-Finals of the Champions League after beating Benfica 6-4 on aggregate.
The Semi-Finals saw Liverpool host Villarreal in the first leg at Anfield which ended in a comfortable 2-0 win. Although at the time, most pundits thought it was comfortable going into the second leg at the El Madrigal - Unai Emery’s Villarreal gave everything they had in the first half of the second leg, managing to eliminate the aggregate score by scoring 2 goals themselves. It wasn’t until the second half that Liverpool turned the game around in 12 minutes with three goals - resulting in the aggregate score after 120 minutes being 5-2 to the reds.
Real Madrid’s Champions League campaign thus far has been one of equal twists and turns. During Madrid’s first leg in the Round of 16, they fell short to PSG who were able to beat the Spanish giants 1-0. However, it wasn’t until the second leg that Real Madrid was able to defeat PSG in a closely contested 3-1 win which made for an even closer aggregate of 3-2.
The Quarter-Finals were equally close for Real Madrid as they first rose to ascendancy by toppling Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, 3-1. Although Chelsea was able to beat Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu - their 3-2 win only meant that the aggregate score ended 5-4 for Real Madrid.
The Semi-Final for Real Madrid will go down as one of the most exciting comebacks in Champions League history as they played Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City across two legs. The first leg was an attacking masterclass by both sides as Pep’s Man City side was able to go 4-3 at the Etihad. However, the second leg will go down as one of the all-time greats as the young Brazillian winger for Real Madrid, Rodrygo was able to score 2 goals in the 90th minute which saw the defecate come to 5-5 which led to extra time. Karim Benzema who scored a penalty in the first leg was awarded another in extra time of the second leg as he was able to send Real Madrid through to the final of the competition.