Manchester United’s clash with Ajax in the Europa League final will still go ahead on Wednesday despite the pop concert terror attack at Manchester Arena.
An explosion in the foyer of the north-west venue on Monday killed 22 people, with a further 119 requiring hospital treatment.
The incident sparked questions over whether or not the Stockholm match would take place as planned.
But European football’s governing body, UEFA, confirmed on Tuesday that there is no intention to postpone the game.
Additional security have been put in place at the Friends Arena in Sweden and UEFA has urged fans to arrive at the stadium early for detailed checks.