A video has emerged on social media appearing to play out UEFA officials testing fake crowd noise to boost the atmosphere in Baku’s Olympic Stadium for tonight’s Europa League final.
Arsenal and Chelsea will battle it out for the European trophy, but of course there have been a huge amount of problems with the ticket sales with thousands being given back.
The football world was left stunned recently after finding out that each finalist will only be allocated 6,000 tickets at the venue in Baku, Azerbaijan, which has a capacity of 68,000.
Journalists who have already visited the ground have been left baffled as to how the ground would be filled especially with it being absolutely massive.
Four Four Two reports, a number of Chelsea and Arsenal supporters have also had to return their tickets due to visa issues and expenses.
A Uefa spokesperson said: “Approximately 6,000 tickets have been returned by the two finalists together.
“The majority of these tickets have already been sold to local fans in Azerbaijan and we are confident that the remaining ones will also be sold as demand is very high.”
Check out the viral video of the sound rehearsal for tonight’s match below…
— Amy Lawrence (@amylawrence71) May 28, 2019
After watching the video of the fake crowd noise being played into the stadium at Baku ahead of the Europa League final between Arsenal and Chelsea, fans took to give their reaction, many of those mocking UEFA, check out those tweets on the next page.