The 2022 UEFA Champions League final will take place in Paris on May 28 with the match originally scheduled in Saint Petersburg, but following the invasion of Ukraine by Russia at the end of FebruaryUEFA stripped the Russian city of the rights to host the match, with the game now set to take place at the Stade de France in the French capital.
The general ticket sales window for the 2022 UEFA Champions League Final closed on 28 April with a total of 52,000 tickets out of 75,000 (capacity of the stadium for the final) accessible to supporters and the general public.
The two finalists (Real Madrid and Liverpool) will receive 20,000 tickets each, while 12,000 tickets were sold to fans around the world via UEFA.com. The remaining tickets will be used by UEFA to national associations, commercial partners, broadcasters and official UEFA hospitality programme.
UCL 2022 Final Fee Structures
The price categories for general public tickets are:
Category 4: €70, Category 3: €180, Category 2: €490, Category 1: €690.
There will also be a number of accessibility tickets for disabled spectators priced at €70 and an accompanying ticket can be requested free of charge.