Fans will soon be able to secure tickets for the 2024 EuroLeague Final Four, which is set to take place in Berlin from May 24-26.
The pre-sale window will begin on December 18, with the general onsale to start the following morning. VIP tickets will also be available on the day of the general onsale on December 19.
It will be the third time the EuroLeague Final Four has taken place in the German capital, which also provided the backdrop in 2009 and 2016. Nielsen data has demonstrated that Germany is a strategic market in which the basketball league’s fan base has grown 46% over the last five seasons.
The Final Four event will be played at Mercedes-Benz Arena, which has a capacity of 14,500 for basketball. The tournament was also played there in 2009 and 2016, after the stadium opened in 2008.
Pre-sales will be open to season ticket-holders of EuroLeague clubs that participate in the pre-sale programme, EuroLeague TV subscribers and those that have purchased Final Four tickets in the past.
General public tickets will provide seating for all four games, with two on the Friday and two on the Sunday. Tickets will be available in a number of different price categories ranging from €57.25 (£49/$62) per game to €177.25 per game, equating to total prices between €229 and €709.
Should fans no longer be able to attend, they will be able to sell their tickets via the official fan-to-fan marketplace.