PARIS, FRANCE - Thursday, November 9, 2017: Wales' xxxx during a training session at the Stade de France ahead of the international friendly match against France. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

UEFA confirm Champions League final ticket allocation and info

Liverpool will be hoping to be at the Champions League final in Paris on May 28, with UEFA now confirming more ticket details ahead of the semi-finals next week.

The winner of the Champions League this season will be one of Real Madrid, Man City, Villarreal and Liverpool, with first the finalists to be determined in the next fortnight.

And with less than 38 days to go until the showpiece final, which Jurgen Klopp will hope to see his side take part in, UEFA have confirmed ticket details.

As always, the allocation will not sit well with fans of the clubs still in the hunt to lift the trophy with only 52,000 tickets from the 75,000-capacity stadium available to fans and the general public.

Specifically for the two clubs that reach the final, they will receive a total of 20,000 each – with the surplus 12,000 placed on sale via UEFA’s website for the general public.

  • Only 52,000 from 75,000 tickets to be distributed directly to fans
  • Each finalist to receive 20,000 tickets each
  • Fans can apply for UEFA ballot; 12,000 available to general public
  • Prices range from €70 (£58) to €690 (£573)

Further to that, UEFA have announced that 10,000 “tickets reserved for the fans of the two teams will be offered for free to reward the lifeblood of the game for their loyal support during the pandemic.”

This will be for the two finalists to organise and distribute.

All in all, it means the two finalists will account for just 53 percent of the available tickets, which range in price across four different categories; Category 4: €70 (£58), Category 3: €180 (£150), Category 2: €490 (£408) and Category 1: €690 (£573).

Ticket sales through UEFA have now opened via a ballot system and fans have until 1pm on April 28 to apply for up to two tickets here.