Tickets for Wednesday 14 May’s Europa League final in Turin are now on sale via UEFA’s official website.
The culmination of a trophy the Bianconeri will to hoping to take a step towards lifting by securing Round of 32 aggregate victory over Trabzonspor this evening is to be held this year at none other than Juventus Stadium, the ground's first time hosting a continental showpiece.
The two finalist teams will be allocated 9,000 tickets each, while 9,500 are available to the worldwide general public.
The UEFA.com ticket sale will not be conducted on a first-come, first-served basis. Instead, a lottery will take place after the sale period has ended to determine the recipients of tickets.
The price categories for the general public are as follows:
- Category 1: €150
- Category 2: €100
- Category 3: €70
- Category 4: €45
- Disabled category: €45 (with one companion ticket provided for free)
- Youth package category: €90 (two Category 2 tickets – one adult and one youth - sold at discounted Category 4 rate)
Up to two tickets per person can be applied for, and they will be informed via email by Monday 7 April whether their application has been successful or not. Tickets will be shipped no later than the end of April by secure mail.
For more information, please visit the UEFA website.