Champions League Final Ticket Application Closes
March 21, 2011
A three week registration window for the international general public to apply for UEFA Champions League final tickets has closed this weekend after opening on February 24.
According to UEFA.com, applicants will learn if they have been successful or not by April 6, with the allocation of tickets decided by lottery, in similar vain to the London 2012 Olympic Games process.
Each valid application will enter a ballot, regardless of the time of submission within the application period and successful candidates will be entitled to purchase a maximum of two tickets.
Hopeful candidates will be able to check the status of their application by logging into the ticket portal from 6th April – with tickets delivered no later than Saturday 30th April.
UEFA has also underlined that no tickets will be distributed through agencies or brokers, and UEFA is encouraging fans not to purchase tickets through touts.
English football is well represented once again in the quarter finals with 3 clubs from the Premier League, Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham qualifying. Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid join Ukraine’s Shakhtar, Germany’s Schalke and last years champions and Italian Serie A side Inter Milan.