The capacity for Saturday’s UEFA Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City at Porto’s Estádio do Dragão has been set at 16,500, with a limited number of general public tickets to go on sale today (Tuesday).
The Portuguese authorities have approved plans for the 50,000-seat Dragão to open at around 33% capacity. Chelsea and Manchester City have each been allocated 6,000 tickets for the match, with the clubs having conducted their own sales processes.
Today, 1,700 tickets have been reserved for the general public on a first-come, first-served basis. Price categories for general public tickets are €70 (£60.52/$85.76) for Category 4, €180 for Category 3, €450 for Category 2 and €600 for Category 1. Fans can apply for up to two tickets per person.