the trophy of the Champions League, whose final will be played on Saturday by Liverpool and Real Madrid at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, is on display from this Thursday until Saturday in the area for fans that UEFA has installed in the paris town hall square.
The cup that the champion of the tournament will raise on Saturday reached the exhibitor at the hands of the former French soccer player from Real Madrid, Christian Karembeu and the former international rugby player and assistant to the mayor of Paris, Pierre Rabadan.
hundreds of followers of both teams and curious people came to do cola to the fans’ area this Thursday morning to be photographed with the precious trophy.
UEFA has also installed a small field in which they organize small soccer games among fans, a track to practice freestyle with the ball as well as a children’s area and another for skill tests, along with a store selling official products from the final and from both teams.
In the city of Saint-Denis, to the north of Paris, where the Stade de France is located, there will also be another ‘fan’ zone installed these three days in the Victor Hugo Square, in front of the Saint-Denis basilica, where you can enjoy similar activities with restaurant areas, UEFA said in a statement.