The Champions League final will be attended by 16,500 people
For Saturday’s final, supporters will fill 33% of the Estadio do Dragao in Porto, with each team receiving 6,000 tickets.
The number of people expected to see the Champions League final in Porto on Saturday has been revealed by UEFA. Following a series of discussions with local officials, 16,500 supporters will gather at the Do Dragao Stadium (home of FC Porto) on Saturday for the Premier League final, which will face Chelsea against Manchester City.
The capacity is 33 percent, according to Portuguese authorities (or up to 16,500 spectators). Each of the finalist clubs had 6,000 tickets made available for its fans, which were sold directly by the clubs.
General public ticket sales will begin at 14:00 CEST today (25 May) with 1,700 seats designated for the general public being offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
For the final, the following pricing categories are accessible to the general public: Category 4: €70, Category 3: €180. Category 2 costs €450, while Category 1 costs €600. For €70, handicapped fans can get accessibility tickets (ticket priced at Category 4 rate and one companion ticket provided for free).
Access to the stadium for the Champions League final
Fans with tickets who want to enter the stadium on Saturday must comply with particular covid protocol requirements, including providing evidence of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test result (PCR test dating 26, 27, 28, or 29 May 2021 or a negative rapid antigen test result from 28 or 29 May 2021).
Supporters traveling from outside the United States will be subject to border entry restrictions and regulations in effect at the time of the final.
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