Video: Check Out Liverpool, Tottenham's Locker Rooms for Champions League Final

Rory Marsden@@roomarsdenFeatured ColumnistMay 13, 2019

MADRID, SPAIN - MAY 11: Mayor of Madrid recives the UEFA Champions League trophy at the City Hall on May 11, 2019 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Pablo Cuadra/Getty Images)
Pablo Cuadra/Getty Images

A quirk of the draw may just have handed Liverpool an edge in June 1's UEFA Champions League final against Tottenham Hotspur at Atletico Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. 

The Reds fell just short to Manchester City in their bid to win the Premier League title on Sunday.

But victory in Madrid would be more than a consolation prize.

And despite arbitrarily being named the away team for the final at the Wanda Metropolitano, they will prepare themselves in the home dressing room, a far more luxurious prospect than what awaits Spurs:

Clearly, it will be what happens on the pitch that determines which Premier League side will lift the famous trophy this year.

But Liverpool have learned this season that the finest of margins can turn a match and a campaign from success to failure.  

Related

    Watch Every Champions League Game

    Take your pick from eight games on B/R Live

    World Football logo
    World Football

    Watch Every Champions League Game

    Take your pick from eight games on B/R Live

    via B/R Live

    CR7: I'd Deserve to Have More Ballon D'or Wins Than Messi

    Winning UCL with Juventus would go a long way

    World Football logo
    World Football

    CR7: I'd Deserve to Have More Ballon D'or Wins Than Messi

    Winning UCL with Juventus would go a long way

    Rory Marsden
    via Bleacher Report

    Today's Champions League Fixtures 🍿

    World Football logo
    World Football

    Today's Champions League Fixtures 🍿

    James Dudko
    via Bleacher Report

    UCL Winners and Losers

    🙃 Messi's supporting cast 💪 Ajax's recruitment

    World Football logo
    World Football

    UCL Winners and Losers

    🙃 Messi's supporting cast 💪 Ajax's recruitment

    James Dudko
    via Bleacher Report