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Real Madrid make arrangements for fans to watch the UCL final at the Bernabeu



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Real Madrid’s golden opportunity to increase their UEFA Champions League tally to an illustrious 15 inches ever closer.

Having impressively knocked out of Bayern Munich in the semi-finals owing to Joselu’s heroics in the second leg, the Merengues face another German giant in the final: Borussia Dortmund.

While Madrid will not have the luxury to play the final on their home soil, with the game set to be hosted at England’s iconic Wembley Stadium, an opportunity for fans to unite at the Santiago Bernabeu is still present.

Fans can watch the final at the Bernabeu

Indeed, according to RMTV, Real Madrid fans can watch the 2024 Champions League Final live at the Santiago Bernabeu.

This provides the Real Madrid faithful with a unique opportunity to watch the drama unfold on the big screens amidst a sea of white jerseys and alongside people who hold a shared interest.

Real Madrid’s installation of the 360-degree giant screen spanning around the renovated Santiago Bernabeu will be sure to come in handy on this occasion.

In the event Los Blancos taste victory at the finish line, celebrations are fireworks are also likely to take place in the stadium, which will add to the already electrifying atmosphere.

The grand showdown with Dortmund is set to take place on 1st June, shortly after Real Madrid’s league games are fully wrapped up.

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‘Winning is what Real Madrid demands’ – Rudiger, Vinicius, Camavinga speak ahead of UCL final



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Today happens to be the UEFA open media day at Real Madrid ahead of this weekend’s UEFA Champions League finals against Borussia Dortmund in London.

As part of the media day, Real Madrid stars, Antonio Rudiger, Vinicius Jr., and Eduardo Camavinga, spoke to the club’s official channels to discuss the upcoming match and what they are expecting from it.

Rudiger on what it means to play for Real Madrid

Rudiger, who is in his second season as a Real Madrid player, outlined what it meant to play for the club and the demands that come with it, saying:

“For me, it’s very important to have good energy in the dressing room. Playing for this club is a dream come true. I try to enjoy it and that’s why I try to show my best version.

“Winning is what Real Madrid demands. All the best players want to come here and play these games.”

On facing his former team Dortmund in the UCL finals on Sunday, Rudiger remarked: “It will be a difficult game, it’s a final. They will be very well prepared, they are very dangerous on the counter-attack and in strategic plays.

“We have to be in good shape, be disciplined and score one more goal than them. We must not underestimate any of our opponents.”

Vinicius Jr. ready for a crucial week

Vinicius Jr., who is a strong contender to win the Ballon d’Or this year, insisted that this week was one of the most important ones of the season, saying:

“It’s a very important week and hopefully we can win again. We always think about winning. Hopefully, I can score, but the most important thing is to win. It’s a unique game and we have to start strong from the beginning.

“We’ve only lost two games and hopefully we can finish the season like this.”

Vinicius, Camavinga can’t wait for the UCL final. (Photo by JAVIER SORIANO/AFP via Getty Images)

On his own game, the Brazilian added: “I’ve never been afraid of losing the ball and that’s what got me here. Not every player can wear this shirt or train with these legends. The togetherness of this team makes us happy.

On facing Dortmund, Vinicius remarked: “The German players are always difficult and they are very close to me, but we’ll see what the coach prepares to do the best.”

Camavinga looking forward to the UCL final

Meanwhile, Eduardo Camavinga stated that he could not wait for the day to come, unable to contain his excitement to play in the UCL final.

“I just want it to be Saturday already to play these kind of matches. We always want more and we want to win the final. We are playing in a mythical stadium, but I just want to win,” he said.

Discussing the team’s preparation for the Dortmund encounter, he added: “We have more concentration because it’s a final. During this week we are going to do everything to prepare for the final. We have a strong team and with good players it is easier to play.

“I thank the fans for their support and we want to win the 15th for you.”

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