UEFA announced on Thursday that tickets will become available to the general public for the Champions League final next Thursday February 24. The game will be played at Wembley (London) on May 28.
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Capacity of 86,000
These 11,000 tickets are just a small part of the total of approximately 86,000 in Wembley Stadium.
Up to 25,000 tickets will be made available to each of the finalist clubs, i.e. a total of 50.000.
The other 25,000 go to the European football family, i.e. UEFA, the local organising committee,
federations, sponsors and the media.
From 12.00 on Thursday, February 24, UEFA will start selling the first tickets for the final of the
Champions League 2011. Wembley Stadium in London is the stage for a game on May 28 that
Barça have every hope of being involved in
Applications from February 24 to March 18.
Via the UEFA website (www.uefa.com), the European football body will be providing
the general public with 11,000 tickets. From February 24 at 12.00 until March 18 at 18.00, any
football fans are able to apply for two tickets via said site.
Allocated by draw
Once the application period concludes, all applicants will go into a draw to decide
who the 11,000 tickets will be allocated to.
Seats from 357 to 178 euros
There are three ticket types and prices: 357 euros (category 1), 268 euros (category 2) and
178 euros (category 3). There are also tickets for people in wheelchairs (95 euros) and youth packs
for 401 euros, for children accompanied by an adult (250 packs).
Announcement on April 6
Once the seats have been allocated, the lucky few will be informed by at least
April 6. Payment for these tickets will be by credit card.