‘Prescription for trouble’: Police worried as 150,000 Rangers and Eintracht Frankfurt fans arrive in Seville for Europa League final

Juan Carlos Castro believes the mass takeover of the Andalusian city by supporters of the Scottish club for the Europa League final at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan will put extreme pressure on the infrastructure and authorities.

It is estimated that 100,000 Rangers supporters will be in Seville today, while 50,000 will arrive from Frankfurt. The stadium only seats 44,000 people and each club has only been allocated 9500 tickets.

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Castro briefed the media on Tuesday afternoon, reporting a “massive arrival of charter flights” not only in Seville but also at other airports in Spain, such as Malaga, Alicante and Jerez. Trains and busloads of fans head south from the Spanish capital, Madrid.

Numerous flights carrying Rangers fans will arrive in Seville today.

“We think around 30,000 Rangers fans will stay [in the city]coming to Seville on Wednesday with buses,” Castro said, speaking to inews.

“It’s too many people with too much alcohol, most without tickets to the game, and tons of construction sites across the city, a recipe that could lead to serious problems.”

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