The European Football Association (UEFA) revealed some discounts on ticket prices in the third and fourth categories for this season’s Champions League final, rather than extending an “invitation” to a smaller group of amateurs.
The French capital, Paris, will host the Champions League final on May 28.
Liverpool qualified for the final by defeating Villarreal in the semi-finals, and Liverpool will meet in the final with the winner of the other semi-final match that brings together Real Madrid and Manchester City.
According to the European news agency Associated Press, following a request to change the allocation system submitted by the semi-finalists, the discounts will be applied to all tickets for the third and fourth categories of the two clubs competing in the final.
“New agreements have been reached regarding the allocation of tickets that UEFA decided to provide free of charge to fans of clubs that reached the Champions League final, as was previously announced on February 14,” UEFA said.
The European Union explained: “Instead of offering five thousand free tickets to each club, price reductions will be applied to all tickets for the third and fourth categories of the two clubs after the request to change the allocation system submitted by the semi-finalists.”
The European Union said that these cuts represent the same total economic value and will be fully funded by UEFA. This means that 15,600 fans per team will benefit from Category 4 tickets at 60 euros per ticket instead of 70 euros, and third category tickets at 150 euros instead of 180 euros. “.