UEFA has launched the general public ticket sale for the 2020 Champions League final, which will be played at the 72,000-capacity Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey.
The governing body of European football has made 6,000 tickets available to fans globally, with prices starting at €70.
Each of the finalists will receive 20,000 tickets each for a total of 40,000 tickets to supporters of the teams that qualify for the final on May 30.
Following consultation with the independent Football Supporters Europe network (FSE), UEFA has set the same prices and categories as for the UEFA Champions League final of last year.
Category 1 tickets cost €600, with two other price categories set at €450 and €180.
Tickets for the general public on UEFA.com will not be sold on a first come, first served basis. Instead, a ballot will be conducted to allocate the tickets once the application period has ended on March 12.
The tickets will be personalised, and each applicant is required to provide their personal details on the ticket portal. They will be informed via email by the end of March 2020 at the latest as to whether their application has been successful or not.
UEFA has not included its new ‘Flexi Final’ ticket in its plans for the Champions League, which was announced as an option for the Europa League final in Gdansk earlier this week. The ticket option allows fans to buy the ticket and receive a refund if their team does not qualify for the final.
The two finalists will be known following the semi-final second legs on May 5-6.