UEFA Compensation Claim

UEFA Compensation Claim

If you live in England or Wales and were one of the thousands of ticket holders who observed or suffered the horrendous mistreatment at the UEFA Champions League final on 28 May 2022, you could be entitled to claim compensation.

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We are seeking compensation for those who witnessed or were subject to the events at the Champions League Final on 28 May 2022, believing that UEFA and others should be held accountable.

Binghams Solicitors and Pogust Goodhead (was PGMBM) are acting on a No-Win, No-Fee basis so it costs you nothing to sign-up and join the claim.
If you were one of the thousands of ticket holders who observed or suffered the mistreatment at the UEFA Champions League Final, please get in touch today.

Why should you contact us?

Binghams Solicitors, in collaboration with specialist global group litigation law firm Pogust Goodhead, are acting on behalf of Liverpool Football Club supporters against UEFA and others for the events which occurred at the 2022 Champions League Final in Paris, France on 28 May 2022.

With Paris set to play host to both the Rugby World Cup in 2023 and the Olympic Games the year after, it is crucial now more than ever that supporters whose enjoyment of European football’s biggest event speak up against the wrongdoing.

Pogust Goodhead and Binghams are determined to deliver the fairest outcome on behalf of all Reds fans who attended the Final and who now undeniably suffer the psychological, and potentially physical, effects of witnessing the events which occurred.

What is the case about?

For Liverpool FC supporters, narrowly losing the Champions League Final on 28 May 2022 was truly devastating, but nothing could compare to the horrific scenes taking place off the pitch, in and around the ground.

Countless reports and eye-witness accounts have been provided by Liverpool fans, Real Madrid fans, and other attendees present at Stade de France, which detail and corroborate the distressing events which took place. Incidents such as:
– The tear gassing of supporters, some of whom were women and children.
– Supporters having their personal belongings stolen, including tickets for the game which were allegedly then being sold on.
– The sexual victimisation or abuse of supporters.
– Individuals in and around the stadium assaulting supporters as they made their way back to their coaches and trains.
– Mass congestion in and around the stadium, which not only prevented supporters from entering the stadium but also caused physical injury to many.

Since the final, French officials and UEFA alike have sought to evade liability for the events which took place.

We are litigating this case on behalf of those who witnessed or were subject to the events, believing that UEFA and others should be held accountable.

Who are Pogust Goodhead?

Pogust Goodhead is a global law firm that is passionate about giving victims a voice against corporate wrongdoing.

We are already representing thousands of victims around the world who have suffered due to the actions of large businesses.

Our specialist expertise in group claims has us currently litigating against other large corporations including Mercedes-Benz, Johnson and Johnson and BHP.

You might have heard of us in the news recently which reported our successful settlements on behalf of our clients in their cases against Volkswagen and British Airways.


Passionate about getting justice for corporate wrongdoing, we will do everything in our power to help victims obtain the compensation that they deserve.

FAQs

If you live in England or Wales and were one of the thousands of ticket holders who observed or suffered the horrendous mistreatment that day, we believe you are entitled to claim compensation.

We are acting on a No-Win, No-Fee basis so it costs you nothing to sign-up and join the claim.

The 28 May 2022 was supposed to be a special and momentous moment for Liverpool Football Club and their devoted supporters but was overshadowed by the horrendous mistreatment that will live long in their memories.

With Paris set to play host to both the Rugby World Cup in 2023 and the Olympic Games the year after, it is crucial now more than ever that supporters whose enjoyment of European football’s biggest event speak up against the wrongdoing.

The amount that could be won is dependent on a number of factors, but we are aiming to achieve at least the price of your ticket to the match.

This claim is being litigated on a No-Win, No-Fee basis, which means that signing up is free. If we are not successful in recovering compensation for you, we will cover all legal costs and you will not pay a penny.   

If the case is won, a percentage will be deducted from your compensation costs to cover legal fees, disbursements including court fees, and our success fee. Our fees are capped at a maximum of 25% plus VAT, meaning you will always receive at least 75% of the compensation awarded.

The initial sign up process is easy. Simply answer three simple questions via our self-help chatbot and then share your contact details with us via the same avenue.

Once we have all the relevant information, we will be able to confirm your initial eligibility. We’ll then keep you updated as the case progresses. 

Our lawyers are committed to successfully pursuing the case and recovering compensation as quickly as possible.

As this is an ongoing claim, we cannot put a time frame on how long exactly it will take. We will keep you informed with case updates and further information as frequently as possible.

We are confident that a decision will be reached quickly, so do not delay joining the action now.

The initial sign-up process is easy. Simply answer three simple questions and share your details with us via the chatbot on your screen. This will formalise your instruction with us.   

Once we have all the relevant information, which may include information additional to that given via the chatbot, we will be able to confirm your initial eligibility. We will then keep you updated. as the case progresses.   

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Pogust Goodhead is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and complies with the Solicitors Code of Conduct, a copy of which can be located here. VAT No: 974 7183 77.

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Pogust Goodhead (a trading name of PGMBM Law Ltd) SRA License
Number 512898.

Pogust Goodhead is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority
and complies with the Solicitors Code of Conduct, a copy of which can be 
located here. VAT No: 974 7183 77.

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