Final security 'continually assessed'
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Champions League final security 'continually assessed'

Uefa is considering closing the Principality Stadium roof for the 2017 Champions League final in Cardiff as "clearly there is a security reason".

Possible roof closure for the 3 June match had been suggested because of fears of a drone attack.

First Minister Carwyn Jones said: "The police have to consider all potential possibilities. Around those possibilities there has been a discussion whether the roof should be closed or not.

"But there is no specific threat of a drone attack."

  • 21 Apr
  • From the section Wales