UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin believes there was not a single mistake in the organization of the Champions League final in Kyiv. He said this on May 27 during the meeting with Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko, the press service of Kyiv Administration reported.
"I would like to thank Kyiv and the Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko for the excellent organization of the final matches of the Champions League. It should not be forgotten that this is the biggest sports event of a world level which is not easy to organize, and yesterday and before there was not a single mistake," UEFA President said.
He also added that if the city could host such a big event as the Champions League final, it could organize any event. Ceferin also believes that at least half of the foreign fans who visited the Champions League final will return to Kyiv.
Earlier, it was reported that 71 foreign fans appealed to Kyiv police during Champions League Final. Ukrainian border guards note that more than 15 foreign fans left Ukraine today, on May 27. In total, 25,000 foreigners arrive in Kyiv to watch Champions League Final. 10,000 law enforcers were maintaining order in the capital.
Special forces detained 18 people, who were making provocations, near the entrance to NSC Ompiyskiy. The game itself ended with Real’s victory.