Liverpool have confirmed giant-screen access for the Champions League final in the city on June 1, as the Reds prepare to take on Tottenham in Madrid.
Liverpool head to Marbella this week for warm-weather training ahead of their second Champions League final in as many seasons under Jurgen Klopp.
Atletico Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano will play host to the 64th game of its kind, and the 173rd time Liverpool will take on Spurs in a competitive fixture in their history.
Both sides were allocated just 16,600 tickets each for the 68,000-seater stadium, leaving most supporters unable to attend the game as corporate sponsors take priority for UEFA.
But unlike last year fans will not be able to access Anfield for a live screening of the final, due to preparations for three concerts at the ground in the following weeks in June.
The decision to host Take That (June 6), Bon Jovi (June 19) and Pink (June 25) means it has deemed there would not be adequate time to prepare the stadium after the final.
Instead, the club have announced access for around 11,500 fans at a screening at The Auditorium Liverpool, Space by M&S Bank Arena and the convention centre:
“Supporters who were unsuccessful in the ballot for Champions League final tickets will have the opportunity to purchase tickets for the screening in a pre-sale from 10am on Tuesday, May 21 until 9am on Thursday, May 23.
“Tickets will be limited to one per transaction and supporters must have their customer number.
“Tickets for the screening will go on general sale on May 23 at 12pm via www.ticketquarter.co.uk and will be limited to four per transaction.
“Tickets will be priced at £10 for adults and £5 for children (16 and under).”
Liverpool’s official website adds that “supporters are advised that children under 14 will only be allowed in the Auditorium space.”