Liverpool FC has released the following ticket details for the Champions League final to be played at Estadio Metropolitano in Madrid on Saturday June 1.
The game will kick off at 9pm local time.
Ticket allocation and prices
The club has received an allocation of 16,613 tickets for this all-ticket fixture.
Within the allocation of tickets received, approximately five per cent are Category 1, 21 per cent are Category 2, 54 per cent are Category 3, and 20 per cent are Category 4.
- Category 1: £513 (£410 restricted view)
- Category 2: £385 (£308 restricted view)
- Category 3: £154 (£120 restricted view)
- Category 4: £60
There are a minimal number of restricted in view tickets within the allocation.
Concessionary priced tickets are not available, and we are unable to guarantee that all price points will be available when making your booking.
The club has also received a further allocation of 300 top category seats that, in line with UEFA guidelines, will be used as part of the players’ allocation, the club’s UEFA Youth League team’s players and staff, travelling club staff, and VIPs.
UEFA have provided a maximum allocation of 100 adult/junior combined tickets, priced at £120 per pair.
These tickets have been issued on a 1:1 ratio basis only and will be available to purchase on a first come, first served basis, while stocks last.
Once the allocation of adult/junior tickets has sold out, supporters can still purchase tickets in other areas of the stadium at the relevant price category for that chosen area. There will be no concessionary discount for junior purchases at this point.
Thomas Cook Sport
LFC has approached club partners Thomas Cook Sport to offer supporter travel to the Champions League final in Madrid.
Day trip places will be offered to supporters who have purchased an official match ticket from the club (subject to availability) and applications can be made now via https://www.thomascooksport.com/Football/Premier-League/Liverpool-FC.
All applications to travel on the official trips will be verified by the club for a match ticket purchase, prior to being confirmed by Thomas Cook Sport.
Details to be provided at time of booking for all supporters
The following details must be provided for the supporter travelling to Madrid and attending the game.
If the season ticket holder, Member or fan card holder eligible to buy the ticket is not attending the game, the details of the person you are giving your ticket to must be provided on the online form.
Changes cannot be made once you have completed your purchase.
Please have these details ready prior to making your booking.
- Date of birth
- Country of birth
- Passport or National Identity Number
- Mobile number
- Email address
- Outbound travel date
- *Method of travel into Madrid: Thomas Cook charter flight/Flying independently/Car/Train/Coach
- Estimated time of arrival in Madrid
- Accommodation details
- Return travel date
*The relevant authorities require an indication of how supporters will be arriving into Madrid. For example, if you are flying into an airport outside of Madrid then taking a train to Madrid, please select ‘train’ as your *‘Method of travel into Madrid’.
Providing accurate travel information assists UEFA and local authorities in planning and ensuring there are sufficient resources available throughout the city.
Hospitality seasonal members will be notified by email on Thursday May 9 on how to apply for Champions League final tickets.
Within the allocation, UEFA has provided an allocation of 31 pairs of wheelchair and personal assistant tickets, and 25 pairs of easy access tickets, priced at £60 per pair.
Easy access tickets will be allocated to ambulant supporters with limited mobility on a first come, first served basis. Once the allocation of easy access seats has sold out, eligible ambulant supporters who wish to purchase tickets can still do so in other areas of the stadium at the relevant price category for that chosen area.
Please click here for full details.
All other supporters
The below sales will take place online only and you may have to queue at times.
Supporters can purchase one ticket per qualifying supporter for up to a maximum of eight tickets per transaction.
Priority right holders: from 9.15am on Tuesday May 14
Priority right holders wishing to purchase with other supporters can purchase in the sale for guaranteed supporters only from 8.15am on Wednesday May 15 until 8am on Thursday May 16.
For full details on eligibility, please click here.
Season ticket holders, Members and fan card holders
Tickets will be available based on supporters who have recorded the following Champions League fixtures during 2018-19.
FC Barcelona (May 7, 2019)
FC Porto (April 9, 2019)
Bayern Munich (February 19, 2019)
Napoli (December 11, 2018)
Red Star Belgrade (October 24, 2018)
Paris Saint-Germain (September 18, 2018)
FC Barcelona (May 1, 2019)
FC Porto (April 17, 2019)
Bayern Munich (March 13, 2019)
Paris Saint-Germain (November 28, 2018)
Red Star Belgrade (November 6, 2018)
Napoli (October 3, 2018)
Seven or more games recorded: from 8.15am on Wednesday May 15 until 8am on Thursday May 16
Supporters eligible to purchase during the above sales are guaranteed a ticket.
A ballot will take place for season ticket holders, Members and fan card holders who have recorded six Champions League matches during 2018-19.
Premier Club and Carlsberg Dugout seasonal members will also be eligible to register for the ballot.
Eligible supporters will be sent an email and SMS to the registered email address and mobile number on our ticketing system.
Supporters can register up to four eligible supporters in one transaction; however, each supporter will be entered into the ballot as an individual. For example, if you register as a group of four, you will all be entered into the ballot separately and not altogether as a group, except for adult and junior ballot registrations.
Eligible supporters can only register for one of the following ballots.
- Adult/junior combined – (one adult and one junior only) from 9am on Thursday May 9 until 8am on Friday May 10
- Ambulant disabled – from 9am on Thursday May 9 until 8am on Friday May 10
- Adult only – from 9am on Friday May 10 until 8am on Monday May 13
All supporters that register in the ballot will be notified of the results on Thursday May 16.
We urge supporters to register for the ballot only if you are 100 per cent committed to purchasing a ticket. This will help us to ensure we can accommodate as many supporters as possible during the ballot sales.
It is possible that only the higher priced tickets will be available during any ballot sales.
Please click here for full details of the ballot process, including ticket sale dates.
Sale for supporters successful in the ballot
From 8.15am on Friday May 17 until 8am on Saturday May 18.
If tickets still remain, they will be made available to supporters on the waiting list from 12pm on Saturday May 18 until 8am on Sunday May 19.
Full details, including waiting list positions, will be advertised here.
Ticket fulfilment (delivery of tickets)
Supporters must select one of the following fulfilment methods during the booking.
- UK POST (only for supporters whose address on our system is listed as being within the UK)
Tickets will be sent special delivery to the registered address of the person making the booking, at a charge of £9.45.
Please ensure when selecting this option that you will be able to accept delivery of your ticket.
We are unable to provide duplicate tickets.
- COLLECT IN MADRID (venue to be confirmed)
Please ensure that the details provided at the time of booking (full details above) are the details for the supporter travelling to Madrid and attending the game.
The person attending the game and named on the online form will have to collect their own ticket in Madrid - no exceptions.
Supporters collecting tickets will be sent an email to the email address provided on the online form, week commencing Monday May 27.
This will include a unique reference number and the collection point address.
An SMS will also be sent to the mobile number provided on the online form.
Photo ID and a copy of the email sent (printed version or shown on mobile) must be provided upon collection of tickets or tickets will not be issued.
Because of recent postal issues experienced by overseas supporters and to ensure tickets are not delayed or undelivered, all overseas supporters must choose the ‘COLLECT IN MADRID’ option when making your booking.
For away support information, click here.
For a full list of Q&As in relation to this match, click here.
In order to provide a consistent service, the club has decided to not offer ‘Collect from Anfield’ as an option for this fixture. All tickets will either be posted out or made available for collection in Madrid ahead of the final.
We would also like to remind supporters that important safety information for supporters travelling to Madrid will be provided in the lead-up to the game. The information provided is in conjunction with Spanish authorities and LFC officials, and we strongly advise that you follow all the information and instructions given.
We urge supporters not to travel without a ticket.
Liverpool FC will not take any responsibility for any financial losses due to lost, destroyed or damaged tickets, or for any financial losses due to tickets being stolen, lost or delayed by the postal service.
Tickets are strictly non-transferable. Liverpool FC is required to furnish details to UEFA on all tickets purchased (i.e. names and addresses of applicants corresponding to the seat details on the tickets issued to the applicant.)
UEFA has indicated that checks will be carried out at the stadium and surrounding areas and they can request proof of identity with valid photograph and signature (passport or national identity card).
All tickets are issued under the UEFA Champions League Cup Final 2019 Ticketing Terms and Conditions. Supporters will be required to accept these terms and conditions at point of purchase.