Feyenoord critical of UEFA’s ticket distribution for Conference League final

Earlier today, Roma’s Conference League final opponents, Feyenoord, released a statement criticising UEFA regarding the number of tickets allotted to each club for the finale on May 25th in Albania.

The Dutch side echoed a sentiment expressed by many Giallorossi supporters in recent days, claiming the match deserves a bigger stage.

“After a thrilling game in Marseille, we’ve reached the Conference League final and will play AS Roma in the Arena Kombëtare in Tirana,” the club wrote on their official website.

“Before discussing ticket sales, we’d first of all like to express how disappointed the club is with the limited number of tickets available to the supporters of both finalists for this historic match.”

“Considering it’s the very first edition of the Conference League final, a huge showcase involving Roma and Feyenoord deserved a bigger stage with tens of thousands of supporters from each club.”

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