The roof at Wales National Stadium opens and closes in 20 minutes. The final of the Champions League in Cardiff will be secured by 15,000 police officers and another 1,500 will patrol the city on the of the match.
Local authorities have planned to abolish the traditional football zones around the stadium, but UEFA has announced that they will still be set up, but with high-security measures. Around the stadium, there will be several security rings and the police in southern Wales is preparing for one of the largest security operations in Cardiff.
Helicopters, a sniper, 15,000 police officers, 1500 of which will patrol the city on the day of the game, the welded masts and for the first time in the history of the Champions League final, the match will be played under the closed roof.
Organizers are afraid of possible drone attacks, and the roof of the Wales National Stadium, which opens and closes in 20 minutes, will be closed all the time.
Security measures have been raised to a high level after a recent terrorist attack in Manchester where a suicide bomber killed more than 20 young people at the Ariane Grande concert.
Juventus and Real will play the final of the Champions League on June 3rd.