UEFA Final

While the Union of European Football Association (UEFA) Championship may have been played in Lisbon, Portugal, Madrid was alive with energy as the city’s two teams, Atlético Madrid and Real Madrid, played for the title.

Fans and police flooded the streets in anticipation of the event – stores shut down, while vendors popped up on busy corners.

Ultimately, Real lifted the trophy, but not before many cheers, jeers and tears. Our reporters Bryan King, Danny Mortimer, Dylan Lewis, Ian Debevoise, Julia Moss and Maria Amasanti were there to capture it all.

 

Our main story is available here:

Match is a tale of two teams, one city, for fans in Madrid

 

Additional pieces include:

Misery loves company, and apparently so do I – by Dylan Lewis

Police, public take over Madrid for UEFA Final – by Ian Debevoise

Road to the UEFA Final – by Bryan King

Scenes from Madrid during the UEFA Championship – by Julia Moss

 

Madrid’s UCL Final – by Danny Mortimer

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