The mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, said that “there are steps” to celebrate the end of the Champions League in the capital, something for which he has shown his “total and absolute” support because it would be “a message to the world that Madrid is back” after the pandemic.
“It would be great news for the city of Madrid. Hosting an international event like the Champions League final is very important, but also in these circumstances precisely what it would demonstrate is Madrid’s ability to redo in a very short time the situation so dramatic that we have gone through, “said the mayor in an interview in 13TV.
Almeida He added that this possibility is due “in large part to the infrastructures and public services of which we, Madrid residents, can be very proud.”
“I want to show total and absolute support for the Champions League final to be played in Madrid. Adequate security conditions exist, we have the infrastructure and public services that allow it to be hosted and, on the other hand, it would be a message to the world that of course Madrid, despite the drama we have experienced, does not give up and that Madrid is back, “he stressed.
I want to show total and absolute support for the Champions League final to be played in Madrid
The pandemic has forced the UEFA to postpone or cancel most of their matches, and the competition has been suspended since March 11, Paris, Athletic
Madrid, Leipzig and Atalanta as classified for the quarterfinals.
The second legs of the remaining four qualifiers have yet to be played and there is no timetable yet. The executive committee of the UEFA It will meet on June 17 and announce the new dates “as well as all other important decisions as soon as they are confirmed,” the confederation explains on its website.