Reds handed ticket allocation for final


Liverpool have been given an allocation of 16,626 tickets for the Champions League final on Saturday 26th May in Kiev.

Opponents Real Madrid will be given the same amount of tickets to sell on to their supporters for the match.

The Olympic Stadium has been reduced to 63,000 for the match, with a usual capacity of 70,000, with 33,252 tickets given to the finalists and 6,700 available to ‘worldwide supporters’.

The remaining tickets, which make up around 37%, will consist of hospitality members, rights holders, commercial partners, officials, players past and present and media.

Tickets are split into four price categories:

Category 1
£315 (Restricted View)

Category 2
£223 (Restricted View)

Category 3
£109 (Restricted View)

Category 4
£48 (Restricted View)

There are no concessionary priced tickets available and we are unable to guarantee that all price points will be available when making your booking.

16% of Liverpool’s allocation are in the lowest priced category, with around 2,660 available at that price.

There are approximately 8,479 available in category three and 4,489 in category two.

The category one allocation will be about 998 tickets.

Further details can be found at

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