The application window for 2018 UEFA Europa League final tickets ran from 15 to 22 March.
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The application window for 2018 UEFA Europa League final tickets has closed. Applicants will be informed via email by Friday 6 April whether they have been successful or not.
All changes to applications – including amendment of personal details of the applicant or guest(s), credit card details etc – are now prohibited. Applicants can check the status of their application on the ticket portal using their login information once the ballot has taken place. Tickets will be distributed by no later than the beginning of May.
As usual, fans and the general public are being allocated the majority of tickets for the final, which will be staged at Stade de Lyon on Wednesday 16 May, kicking off at 20:45 local time (CET).
For the sales process on UEFA.com, tickets are not being sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Instead, a ballot will be conducted to allocate the tickets now the sales period has ended.
As in previous years, UEFA consulted the independent Football Supporters Europe network (FSE) when setting ticket prices for this year's final.
The price categories available to the general public were:
Category 1: €150
Category 2: €100
Category 3: €70
Category 4: €45
Accessibility tickets: €45 (ticket priced at Category 4 rate and one companion ticket provided for free)
Youth package: €90 (two Category 2 tickets – one adult and one youth – sold at Category 4 price)
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Ticketing terms and conditions
All ticket holders are bound by the ticketing terms and conditions and UEFA will take action in case of any breaches. Online applications will be verified with the competent authorities to ensure that anyone banned from attending football matches cannot purchase tickets.
Sales of tickets for the 2018 UEFA Europa League final will be conducted exclusively on UEFA.com. UEFA urges all football fans to refrain from purchasing tickets or hospitality packages from unauthorised sellers, agents or websites, as such tickets may be counterfeit or invalid and an unaware purchaser may be refused admission to the stadium.