No smoking at UEFA Champions League final

Tobacco and e-cigarette products will not be permitted at the UEFA Champions League final as part of the 'Respect your Health' campaign – a consistent message from UEFA at key matches.

The Olympiastadion ahead of the UEFA Champions League final
The Olympiastadion ahead of the UEFA Champions League final ©Getty Images

A no-smoking policy will be in operation across all internal and external areas of the Olympiastadion for the 2014/15 UEFA Champions League final between Juventus and FC Barcelona.

Once fans have passed through the turnstiles for the showpiece in Berlin, they will neither be permitted to use tobacco nor e-cigarette products in the stadium. The policy brings health benefits to fans and anyone working at the match by lowering the exposure to second-hand smoke.

The policy is part of the 'Respect your Health' campaign and is a consistent message from UEFA at key matches. The policy was also in place at the UEFA Europa League final in Warsaw and all ten venues at UEFA EURO 2016 will be tobacco free. UEFA appreciates the support of fans in respecting the policy.

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