The Champions League final tickets for Liverpool and Real Madrid cost

The Champions League final tickets for Liverpool and Real Madrid cost

The Champions League final tickets for Liverpool and Real Madrid cost
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The Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool will take place on Saturday, May 28.

The match will be played at the Stade de France in Paris and will be a rematch of 2018 final, which Real Madrid won 3-1 in Kyiv. That occasion was contentious, with Liverpool fans outraged when Mohamed Salah exited the field in the first half with a dislocated shoulder after Sergio Ramos locked his arm during a tumble.

This will be the third meeting between these two teams in a European final. In addition to the encounter four years ago, they also met in the 1981 European Cup final, in which Liverpool won 1-0. That game was also held in Paris, at the Parc des Princes, Paris Saint-current Germain’s home.

These are two of the most well-known clubs in the Champions League. Real Madrid has won the competition 13 times, more than any other team, with Liverpool trailing only Madrid and AC Milan with six victories.

Given the history between the two teams, both with each other and with the competition in general, this will undoubtedly be a highlight event.

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Furthermore, this will be the first Champions League final to be played in front of a full stadium since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Fans from both clubs will be hoping to acquire a ticket to the final at the Stade de France, which has a capacity of 75,000.

The 2022 Champions League final has changed venue on more than one occasion. Initially, the final was set to be staged in Munich, at the Allianz Arena, but the pandemic put a halt to those plans.

The final stages of the 2019/20 Champions League were played in a closed, bio-secure bubble, in Portugal. The planned venue for the 2020 Champions League final, the Ataturk Olympic Stadium, was then due to host the fixture in 2021, but that game was moved to Porto when it became clear that fans of Manchester City and Chelsea, the finalists, would not be allowed to enter Turkey due to COVID-19 restrictions.

This decision meant final venues were effectively all moved back by a year: the 2022 final would take place at the Krestovsky Stadium, in Saint Petersburg, Russia. However, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which led to sanctions imposed by UEFA, the final was moved to the Stade de France in Paris.

UEFA distributed tickets for the final to each club. Each club was given 20,000 tickets, with 12,000 being made accessible to the general public. UEFA gave 10,000 of the 40,000 tickets available to the clubs’ fans for free.

The general public tickets were auctioned through a voting procedure by UEFA. Those tickets have been distributed. UEFA enabled the clubs to pick how their overall allocation would be distributed.

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Tickets for Liverpool were auctioned in numerous rounds. The first round of ticket sales was open to all ‘priority rights holders,’ as defined by the club. Season-ticket holders and fans who attended at least seven of Liverpool’s home Champions League games from the 2021/22 season, or away games against Napoli, Genk, Salzburg, or Atletico Madrid from the 2021/22 season, were eligible for the second round of ticket sales.

 

 

 

 

 

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