United have got 2,590 tickets at £50 and 200 tickets at £92.
They have all been sold.
Anyone who got a ticket will have recently got a letter with a ticket voucher enclosed.
They must fill in a travel report form here by 08:00 on February 13.
They must take their voucher and their passport to the ticket collection point in order to pick up their ticket (see below for more).
Channel 5 and Channel 5 HD will show this match live.
This section will be updated five days before the game
From 06:00 to 23:00 on weekdays, trains from the airport to Amsterdam Centraal run every 15 minutes and the journey takes 18 minutes.
Buy your ticket from a ticket machine in the station concourse. You have to pay e0.50 extra if you buy from a member of staff over the counter.
Don’t forget to stamp your ticket before you leave using one of the little yellow boxes at the platform entrance.
There are a couple of buses that go into town, but they take about 40 minutes.
Taxis from outside the terminal generally take about 30 minutes to reach the city centre and can cost e40.
You can hire cars via SixT from the airport.
If you would like help planning your route to Amsterdam from other airports, email firstname.lastname@example.org
From Amsterdam Centraal Station, all the action is immediately to the south.
Standing with your back to the station entrance, you’ll see a canal in front of you.
If you cross it, then turn right and walk a long for two minutes you’ll see on your left eight streets divided by more waterways.
These streets are generally where everything happens after dark in Amsterdam.
You’ve got casinos, nightclubs, coffee houses, pubs, hotels, woman casually dancing in their underwear and lots of locals and tourists looking for a good time.
Apart from the train station, Dam Square is a decent meeting point. It’s a 10-minute walk from the station, has its own tram stop and is a landmark everyone in the city can direct you to.
Things to do in the city
Reds Away has been talking to some in-the-know locals to find out the best places to go in Amsterdam. Here is our guide.
Mostly, people are friendly and will help you get around. Almost everyone speaks English and they are used to tourists in their city.
But Ajax do have a bit of a reputation for a hooligan element and there is potential for one or two confrontations around the stadium before and after the game, though it should be quiet in the city centre.
They run regularly from 06:00 to 00:15 daily and you buy your tickets onboard from a conductor.
The Metro system is for those who want to go out of town (you’ll probably only need it when you go to the stadium).
It runs from 06:30 to 00:15 daily.
The easiest ticket to get is a Dagkaarten. This a ticket that will allow you to use any Metro or tram within a single day. It costs e6.50 and you can get it from any train station ticket office or machine.
Ticket collection point
It is at Ajax’s stadium and, though the opening hours are yet to be confirmed, we are confident that it will be open on the day before the game from 10:00 to 18:00 and on the day of the game from 10:00 to just before kick off.
Three things to bear in mind
- it’s really easy to get to the stadium so don’t leave it til an hour before kick off to get up there and collect your ticket
- the stadium is part of a wider shopping and social complex. There’s an old-fashioned hut where the Ajax ultras go before the game and, providing you keep a low profile, you could enjoy a pint in there or perhaps visit the nearby shops.
- The stadium has a museum showcasing the rich history of Ajax. Entry is e3 and a one four 45-minute tour of the stadium costs e9.
Reaching the stadium
From Amsterdam Centraal, take the green or yellow lines. The journey takes about 15 minutes.
You can either travel eight stops and get off at Strandvliet/ArenA (this is the nearest stop to the away end) or nine stops and get off at Bijlmer (this is nearer to the shops and bars and you will have to walk all the way around the ground to get to the collection point. You can see it in the picture).
The ticket collection point is by Entrance K of the stadium. This is where the away end is (at the point where the North Stand meets the West Stand).
After the game
We expected reds will be kept in the stadium for between 15 minutes and 30 minutes. The Metro will be running back into the city centre until 00:15.
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In an emergency call 112
Police station: At Elandsgracht 117
Hospital: OLVG Hospital at Eerste Oosterparkstraat 279
The British Consultate has published this guide to dealing with situations when things go wrong
To call a UK phone from Holland, take off the first 0 and then add 0044 to your number.
To call a Dutch number from a UK mobile, start with 003120 and then put in the remaining seven digits.