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The international ticket sales phase for the 2017 UEFA Europa League final at Stockholm's Friends Arena – exclusively via UEFA.com – has ended.
How did it work?
Fans had until 12:00CET on Tuesday 28 March to apply for up to four tickets per person. Applicants will be informed via email by Friday 7 April as to whether they have been successful or not.
You will be able to check the status of your application on the ticket portal using your log-in information. Tickets will be shipped by courier no later than the beginning of May.
Will I miss out if I left it late?
It makes no difference when an application was made during the sales window as all requests will be processed together. In case demand exceeds supply, a ballot will be conducted to allocate the tickets once the sales period has ended.
How many tickets are available?
A total of 37,000 of the overall 48,000 tickets will be available to fans and the general public, with the two finalists receiving up to 10,000 each and 17,000 being available for sale to supporters worldwide via UEFA.com.
The remaining tickets are allocated to the local organising committee, UEFA and national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters, and to serve the corporate hospitality programme.
How much did tickets cost?
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).
When and where is the final?
The final takes place at Friends Arena in Stockholm on 24 May, kick-off 20:45CET. The stadium is in Solna, a municipality to the north of the Swedish capital, home to around 60,000 people.