Tottenham clamp down on touts by BANNING three season-ticket holders who tried to sell their Champions League final tickets online for a profit
- Tottenham are preparing to face Liverpool in Champions League final on June 1
- Each side have been allocated 16,000 tickets for the huge match in Madrid
- Spurs say they have banned three season-ticket holders who tried to sell tickets
- In a statement, club said it is illegal for buyers to sell or transfer ownership
Champions League finalists Tottenham says they have banned three season-ticket holders who offered to sell their match seats online for a profit.
Tottenham have been allocated 16,000 tickets for the game against Liverpool at Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid on June 1.
The club said in a statement it is illegal for buyers to sell or transfer ownership of their tickets.
Tottenham beat Ajax to qualify for this season’s Champions League final against Liverpool
Plenty of fans are desperate to be inside the Wanda Metropolitano for the final on June 1
Tottenham says fans face ‘indefinite season ticket bans’ for trying to cash in on the team’s first Champions League final.
Any tickets sold on by supporters would be cancelled in cooperation with UEFA and become invalid for entry, the statement reads.
The club asks ‘do not ruin one of the biggest occasions in the club’s history by selling on your ticket and profiteering from fellow Spurs fans.’
Tottenham say they have banned three fans who sold their Champions League tickets for profit