Liverpool supporters traveling to Paris warned of more than 135 euros fine

Liverpool fans will make the trip over (or under) the English Channel later this month as the Reds take on Real Madrid in the Champions League final.

Thanks to a crushing defeat against Villarreal, Jurgen Klopp led his side to a third Champions League final and their fourth European final as Liverpool boss. UEFA confirmed earlier this year that this season’s Champions League final had been moved to Paris from St Petersburg – following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

The Champions League final was due to be played at the Gazprom Arena in Saint Petersburg after last year’s showdown between Chelsea and Manchester City was moved to Portugal. But the flagship event will now take place at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis on May 28.

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Liverpool fans will use different means of transport to get to the final, and those driving to Paris are being warned of the rules which could see them fined up to 130 euros.

Paris is a restricted traffic zone, which means that all vehicles circulating in the French capital must have a “Crit’Air” anti-pollution sticker. The stickers determine the carbon emissions of each vehicle.

Anyone traveling in Paris with a vehicle without one of these stickers is liable to a fine. Penalties currently vary from 68 to 135 euros.

Stickers can be obtained here and costs 4 euros, or around £3.50.

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