Ever wondered how much a Champions League final ticket would cost you? Well, we have the figures and they are quite scary!
The Champions League final will be staged in Berlin, and it’s been announced that each side that makes the final will get an allocation of 20 000 tickets.
English clubs that make the final in Berlin could be disappointed with their allocation, as Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal all have more season-ticket holders than that figure would accommodate.
The general public will also have chance to buy tickets for this event, but it will be done via a ballot on UEFA’s website.
Tickets are being split across four different categories and the prices are currently sitting as follows: €390 (R5125), €280 (R3680), €160 (R2102) and €70 (R920).
The ticket prices, which are split across four categories, are priced slightly lower compared to last year's final in Lisbon - after there were many complaints.
It’s worth mentioning that 24,500 tickets will be kept by UEFA, which is more than one third of the 70,500 capacity, as its used to impress sponsors, corporate partners and their members from around Europe.
What do you think of these prices?