To commemorate the Europa League final, the names of Fernando Llorente and Radamel Falcao will substitute the names of two train stations in Bucharest, Romania, from May 6 to 10. The two players are the stars of the teams in the final: Athletic Bilbao and Atletico Madrid, respectively.
Another four stops will be replaced with local soccer heroes such as Gheorghe Hagi and Nicolae Dobrin, according to the Bucharest train service.
The names will be seen at the entrance of the metro stops, which will also have screens portraying information about the final. The train will also extend its service to 1 a.m. to accommodate visitors.
The Athletic Bilbao fans have already scoped out their territory for the final. They will concentrate in the Constitution Plaza in front of the great palace built in the 1980s by the communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu.
For their part, the Atletico fans will concentrate in Plaza George Enescu, in the center of the Roman capital, in front of the Museum of History, from which Ceausescu fled in a helicopter in 1989.
The owners of the bars found in the historic district and the surrounding areas are preparing for the influx of visitors, according to the local agency, Mediafax.
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