Bayern Munich WAGs ‘denied Arsenal tickets’ due to Champions League ban

The WAGs from Bayern Munich are supposedly traveling to the UK in the hopes of having a lavish day in London, but they won’t be able to support their partners from the stands.

Bayern Munich WAGs 'denied Arsenal tickets' due to Champions League ban

A general view of Emirates Stadium before the UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg match between Arsenal FC and FC Bayern Munich. (Image: Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Due to a fan ban imposed by UEFA, the WAGs of Bayern Munich’s team were not granted tickets to tonight’s Champions League match against Arsenal, which has left them unhappy.

With just the Champions League left to play for this season, Bayern, under Thomas Tuchel, are about to forfeit the Bundesliga title for the first time in more than a decade. But what Tuchel referred to as “the best team in the Premier League” is in their way, suggesting a difficult matchup ahead.

The fact that Harry Kane and his teammates won’t have their families there to support them in the stands has made their task even more difficult. The reason for this is that no Bayern supporters are allowed to attend the game at the Emirates due to a UEFA ban.

The German team was given this penalty because, throughout this season’s European matches, they have lit fireworks in the stands and thrown them onto the field; their most recent infraction took place during their round-of-16 match against Lazio just last month. Consequently, all supporters of Bayern are not permitted to attend the match, and supporters of Arsenal have been warned of the consequences should they try to resell their tickets to any supporters of Bayern, according to the Daily Star.

Despite the UEFA ban, a few Bayern WAGs are rumored to have traveled to the UK in the hopes of treating themselves to a sumptuous day in London. The Gunners are hoping to make it to the Champions League semi-finals for the first time since 2009, and the peculiar circumstances have given them a big home advantage.

Although they still have to contend with an old foe, Mikel Arteta’s team may benefit from Bayern’s domestic problems. Thirty-year-old England captain Kane has scored goals in 14 of his 17 Premier League meetings with Arsenal, including three in his last three games.

In 37 appearances for Bayern this season, he has also scored a career-high 38 goals. In addition, Arsenal is fighting on two fronts. Unlike Bayern, who will be going all out tonight, the Gunners lead the Premier League on goal differential and will surely be watching this weekend’s league game.

Three times as managers, Tuchel and Arteta have faced off, with Arteta having a 2-1 advantage over the former Chelsea manager. But Arsenal’s record against Bayern is not as good; in 12 games, the London team has only managed three wins and seven losses.

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