UEFA places club competition final tickets on sale

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UEFA has placed tickets on sale for all three upcoming men’s club competition finals, as well as the UEFA Super Cup. 

Fans of participating teams and the general public are being allocated the majority of tickets, and general public tickets will not be sold on a first-come, first-served basis, but through a lottery. The lottery will be conducted following the end of the application period. The sales will run until April 16.

Tickets available in the most affordable category, ‘Fans First’, will be reserved for fans of the clubs playing in the three finals.

The UEFA ticket portals for the finals will also enable applicants to choose whether they would like to enter the lottery regardless of the finalists, or only if their team qualifies. For the lottery, the ticket quota will be allocated fairly between these two types of applicants, taking into account the number of applications received within each group.

London’s Wembley Stadium will provide the stage for the 2024 UEFA Champions League final, which is set to take place on June 1.

A total of 60,000 tickets will be available for fans and the general public, with the two teams to receive 25,000 tickets and the rest to be placed on sale for fans worldwide.

The ‘Fans First’ category sees tickets priced at £60 (€70.11/$75.42), followed by £160 in category three, £430 in category two and £610 in category one. Accessibility tickets with one companion will cost £60, while prime seats will be available via the UEFA ticketing portal.

This year’s UEFA Europa League final will be staged in Ireland at the 51,711-capacity Aviva Stadium (known as Dublin Arena during UEFA competitions) on May 22.

Some 36,000 out of 48,000 tickets are available directly to fans and then the general public to purchase. The two teams that reach the final will receive 12,000 tickets each, with the rest offered for fans worldwide.

Other than the ‘Fans First’ category at €40, category three will set fans back €65, category two will cost €100 and category one tickets are priced at €150. Accessibility tickets will cost €40 and include a companion.

Elsewhere, this year’s UEFA Europa Conference League final will be hosted in Athens, Greece at the 32,500-capacity OPAP Arena on May 29.

A total of 21,000 tickets (out of 27,100) are available for fans and the general public to purchase, with the two teams that reach the final having access to 9,000 tickets.

Prices will begin at €25 in the ‘Fans First’ category, rising to €45, €85 and €125. Accessibility tickets with one complimentary companion seat will also cost €25.

Warsaw, Poland is set to welcome the UEFA Super Cup on August 14, with a total of 48,000 out of a possible 56,400 tickets available to the general public and the two teams. Prices start at €30, rising to €80 and €130, while accessibility tickets will also cost €30.

The UEFA Women’s Champions League final will be hosted in Bilbao, Spain at the 53,289-capacity San Mamés Stadium. All available general public tickets were put on sale in March and have all sold out.

Tickets will be delivered via the UEFA Mobile Tickets app just a few days before the match.

Remaining tickets outside of the allocations will be offered to the local organising structure, UEFA’s member national associations, commercial partners, broadcasters and UEFA.

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