How can Liverpool fans book tickets to UCL 21/22 final in Paris?

Here's how fans can book their berth for the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid, which will be played on May 28 in Paris
How can Liverpool fans book tickets to UCL 21/22 final in Paris?

The 2021-22 UEFA Champions League final takes place on May 28 and tickets are set to be in high demand as expected, as fans aim to be in attendance for one of the biggest games in club football between Liverpool and Real Madrid.

This year's final no longer takes place at the Gazprom Arena in Saint Petersburg, Russia after the nation's invasion of Ukraine, and will now be held at the 80,698-seated Stade de France in Saint-Denis, Paris.

Here is all you need to know about how to buy tickets to the Champions League final, including how many are available and when they go on sale.

How many tickets will be available?

75,000 tickets are up for grabs to watch the Champions League final at the Stade de France on Saturday, May 28, of which UEFA has announced that 52,000 will be made available to supporters and the general public.

Both Liverpool and Real Madrid will receive an allocation of just 20,000, with 12,000 tickets being offered for sale to fans across the globe, while the two finalists will also give away 10,000 tickets free of charge to followers of their club.

All remaining tickets will then be split between the local organising structure, UEFA and national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters, and the official hospitality programme.

Here's how to buy tickets:

UEFA has officially closed the draw to get the tickets to the finals. Notably, on April 20, ticket sales for the general public ballot began exclusively on UEFA.com and continued until April 28. General public who have applied for the draw will be getting the notification if they are lucky enough to bag a ticket.

For the fans, UEFA has already allocated a certain number of tickets for each club participating in the finals, in this case Liverpool and Real Madrid.

For the fans, UEFA has already allocated a certain number of tickets for each club participating in the finals, in this case Liverpool and Real Madrid.

The Reds informed, "The club has received an allocation of 19,618 tickets for this all-ticket fixture. In line with UEFA guidelines, a further 382 top-category seats have been allocated to be used as part of the players' allocation and staff, travelling club staff and VIPs.

"The most important information which should be noted is that tickets will only be sold online and there is no reduction in price for young adults (17-21), over 65s or juniors aged 16 and under.

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