Europa League final ticket sales close

The deadline has passed for neutral fans outside Germany ordering UEFA Europa League final tickets – with applicants to learn by the end of March whether they have been successful.

Ticket sales to the international general public ran between 24 February and 19 March
Ticket sales to the international general public ran between 24 February and 19 March ©Getty Images

General public ticket sales on for the 2010 UEFA Europa League final closed on Friday 19 March – and applicants will receive an email confirming the success or otherwise of their orders by Tuesday 30 March.

All candidates who completed the online application form before the 18.00CET deadline on 19 March will get email notification by 30 March – informing them whether their application for the Hamburg Arena final was successful or not.

The international general public ticket sales ran from midday on Wednesday 24 February exclusively via Candidates who do not receive notification are first advised to check their spam or junk email.

In any case, ticket applicants will be able to verify the status of their orders by logging into the Ticket Portal – using their log-in information for the original application i.e. email address and password – from Wednesday 31 March, when the portal reopens.

The international general public were entitled to apply for two tickets per person from an allocation of 5,100 for the inaugural final of the UEFA Europa League on Wednesday 12 May (20.45CET kick-off) in the northern German city.

Candidates with any questions about their ticket application can consult the help section in the Ticket Portal.

For further ticketing information, contact the customer service company appointed by the German Football Association (DFB) – by emailing or by telephoning +49 1805 258 291.

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