After much criticism of ticket
prices for last year's Champions League final, UEFA has
slashed the cost of some seats for this season's May 19
showpiece in Munich.
Neutral fans will be able to purchase tickets for 70 euros
compared to the 150 pounds for the cheapest general-public
tickets at last year's Wembley showdown between Manchester
United and Barcelona.
The most expensive tickets for neutrals this year will cost
Last year's ticket prices were widely condemned as being too
expensive after nearly doubling since 2009.
"There has been an overall decrease in ticket prices and
administration fees for this season's UEFA Champions League
final, compared to last year," UEFA said in a statement on
Thursday as international ticket sales got underway.
Fewer tickets will be available this year with the stadium
holding 62,500 fans compared to Wembley's 86,000.
The two clubs contesting the final will get 17,500 tickets
each, with 7,000 available for the general public. Last season
the clubs received 25,000 each with 11,000 on general sale.
The remaining tickets go to the local organisers, the 53
national football associations and commercial partners.
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