UEFA has launched ticket sales for the Europa League final in Gdansk, Poland, as well as a new ‘Flexi-Final’ ticket.
Ticket sales for the 2020 event kicked off on Friday, with the governing body of European football releasing a total of 10,000 tickets to the general public.
The finalists will be allocated 20,000 tickets (10,000 for each team) for the game, which is scheduled to be played on May 27 at the 39,500-capacity Gdańsk Stadium.
UEFA is also offering fans a new type of ticket within the general public ticket sales – a ‘Flexi-Final’ ticket, which is specifically designed for fans who only wish to attend the final should their team qualify.
‘Flexi-Final’ tickets are separate from the finalists’ allocation and will be available for fans of the teams who still remain in the competition. Should their team not reach the final, the ticket will be fully refunded excluding the handling fee.
Applicants can apply for up to four tickets each, which will be personalised, and each applicant is required to provide their personal details on the ticket portal. Fans will be informed by email by the end of March 2020 whether their application has been successful.
Tickets range from €40 to €130, with accessible tickets costing €40 plus one free companion ticket.
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