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UEFA Super Cup ticket sales end

The sales window for the international general public to buy UEFA Super Cup tickets has now shut, with applicants to learn if they have been successful or not by Thursday 22 July.

UEFA Super Cup ticket sales are over
UEFA Super Cup ticket sales are over ©UEFA.com

Ticket sales to the general public have closed for the 2010 UEFA Super Cup match in Monaco on Friday 27 August.

The international general public ticket sales process began, exclusively via UEFA.com, on 5 July and ended today, 16 July. The allocation will now be decided by lottery, with each valid application entering a ballot, independently of the time of submission within the sales window. Successful candidates will be entitled to a maximum of two tickets.

Applicants will be informed by email by 22 July if they have been successful or not. Candidates will be able to check the status of their application by logging in to the ticket portal on UEFA.com from 22 July.

The UEFA Super Cup match between FC Internazionale Milano and Club Atlético de Madrid takes place at the Stade Louis II from 20.45CET on 27 August. Stadium capacity for the meeting of the European champions and UEFA Europa League winners will be 18,000 with 75% of seats reserved for the general public and supporters of the two clubs.

General public tickets must be picked up by the applicant from the collection point at the stadium's main entrance as they will not be shipped by post. Further details will be communicated to the winners. The applicant should present a copy of their confirmation email together with valid ID. Internazionale and Atlético will distribute their allocation directly to their fans.

Online applications will be checked to ensure that anyone banned from attending football games is unsuccessful in any attempt to purchase tickets. UEFA underlines that no tickets are being distributed via agencies or brokers. UEFA also encourages supporters not to be lured into deals with touts who not only demand exorbitant prices, but often are not in possession of the tickets they purport to have for sale.

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