AC Milan v Liverpool: Further sales notice

TicketsAC Milan v Liverpool: Further sales notice

Published 30th November 2021

Further selling details have been released for Liverpool’s Champions League fixture with AC Milan, to be played at San Siro on Tuesday December 7, kick-off 9pm local time.

All tickets purchased during the following sales must be collected from a location in Milan.

Access to San Siro stadium will only be permitted by showing the NHS COVID travel pass proving double vaccination.

Ticket sales               

First sale: Season ticket holders.

Time of sale: From 11am, Wednesday December 1.

First sale status: Not guaranteed - one ticket per qualifying supporter, up to a maximum of four tickets per booking.

In the event that tickets remain…

Second sale: Official Members.

Time of sale: From 2pm, Wednesday December 1 until 7.30am, Thursday December 2.

First sale status: Not guaranteed - one ticket per qualifying supporter, up to a maximum of four tickets per booking.

Please note, the allocation of tickets for hospitality members and supporters in wheelchairs has now sold out.

Ticket prices: £41.80

Ticket sales notes: Tickets are available online and you may have to queue at times.

Due to Italian law, the full name of each supporter attending the game must be written on their ticket.

Photo ID will be requested at the stadium and/or turnstiles and checked against the name on the ticket.

You will be refused entry if…

  • The name on the ticket does not match the photo ID.

  • An attempt has been made to remove or change the name on the ticket.

To make sure you do not experience any issues in receiving your ticket(s) or whilst in Milan, the correct details must be submitted for each individual supporter attending the game.

If the supporter eligible to buy the ticket is not attending the game, the details for the supporter you are giving your ticket to must be provided instead - changes cannot be made once you have completed your purchase.

Please make sure that the details are correct on the form as you will not be able to use the ‘Distribute’ option within My Account, once you have purchased your ticket.

Tickets will only be issued if the details of all supporters are provided. Please check you have updated the online form prior to checking out.

  • First name

  • Surname

  • Address

  • Date of birth

  • Country of birth

  • Passport or National Identity Number

  • Mobile number

  • Email address

  • Outbound travel date

  • Method of travel into Milan: plane/car/coach/train

  • Estimated time of arrival into Milan

  • Accommodation details

  • Return travel date

Supporters not in possession of a ticket are urged not to travel.  

Issuing of tickets: The supporter listed on the online data capture form as attending the game must collect their ticket from a location in Milan.

An email and SMS will be sent to the qualifying supporter that buys the ticket on Friday December 3.

If the qualifying supporter is not attending the game, it is their responsibility to forward the email to the supporter whose details they provided when buying the ticket.

The email will include full details of the collection point and identification requirements.  

FAQs can be found here.

Stadium access: Access to San Siro stadium will only be permitted by showing the NHS COVID travel pass proving double vaccination. This check will form part of the entry process and therefore we advise all supporters to arrive at the stadium early. 

Overseas support: We would also like to remind supporters that important safety information for supporters travelling to Milan will be provided in the lead-up to the game. The information provided is in conjunction with Italian authorities and LFC club officials, and we strongly advise that you follow all the information and instructions given.

Further away support information is available here.

Ticket credits: As previously stated, tickets purchased this season will not be used as credits in future seasons. This policy is still in place and will not be changed this season.

As a result of the ongoing pandemic impact, we will not be using this game as a credit during the current season either. We do not want supporters to feel obliged to travel when they do not feel comfortable doing so.

This policy will be reviewed on a game-by-game basis during the competition this season, with details provided ahead of each game.

Please only buy a ticket if you are planning to attend the game.

COVID-19 latest in Italy: As at the date of this notice, the allocation of visitor tickets to LFC is at the sole discretion of the host club in Italy. As a result, the allocation of visitor tickets could be subject to change depending on several factors, including the position of the host club on travelling supporters and/or the latest public health guidance issued by the government of the city of Milan and/or Italy.

Given this, LFC recommends that supporters travelling to Milan keep up to date with the very latest health guidance for the city of Milan and/or Italy.

Please note that Liverpool FC will not be responsible for any supporter being refused entry either into the stadium, the city of Milan or the country of Italy. 

We advise that supporters refer to and meet the current health, vaccination and entry requirements on the Italian government website for the latest updates and read the conditions for stadium entry here.

We strongly urge supporters to purchase a ticket only if they absolutely intend to travel to Milan and attend the game.

Given the COVID status across Europe we have been made aware that the current situation is subject to change at any stage; this could be in the form of travel restrictions or further reductions of stadium capacities.

At the time of publication, we cannot confirm if further restrictions from the Italian government will be imposed at any point in the lead-up to the game.

Supporters purchasing tickets will be doing so at their own risk.

The club cannot accept any responsibility for losses incurred due to the purchase of travel and accommodation if further sanctions are imposed. There is a possibility that tickets may be withdrawn and voided prior to the fixture and, if so, supporters will be refunded for the price of the ticket only.

There may also be additional costs incurred for COVID tests, pre-travel and when you return home.

Those supporters not purchasing a ticket do not need to worry about the game credit for this fixture. This game will not be counted towards any future sales eligibility criteria within this year’s or future European away game sales.

Published 30th November 2021