UEFA are selling tickets 11,000 of the 86,000 tickets online in a public ballot. Here is all you need to know to be in with a shout.
Q When can I apply?
From 11:00 on February 11 to 16:00 on March 15.
Q How do I do it?
There’ll be an application form at ticketing.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague
Q What will I need to apply?
Your passport and a credit card
UEFA will email you before April 8 though keep an eye on your credit card statement as they tend to take the money before letting you know
You’d get them by post sometime before April 30
Q. How many tickets can I buy?
One or two
Either £330, £230 or £140 or £60, plus an £8 administration fee per order.
You can also apply for a youth package which gives you an adult ticket and an under 16 ticket for a total of £120.
Q Do I get to choose which category?
You can select a preferred category, but that will not increase or decrease your chances of getting tickets
Q. Do I have to say who would use the tickets?
Yes, you have to state the full names of who would use the tickets if you got them and you would have to show ID at the turnstile.
EDIT: These figures were confirmed by UEFA on Wednesday February 13.
Normal capacity: 90,000
Final capacity: 86,000
Team A: 25,000
Team B: 25,000
Public ballot: 9,000
Sponsors/’UEFA football family’ 27,000*
(*an estimated figure).
Usually, about 200,000 people apply, so it’s generally a one in five chance.
However, UEFA have said that anyone who applies using a Mastercard will have their name entered twice into the draw.
Q. What other cards are accepted?
Visa, Diners Club and JCB.
All cards must have an expiry date beyond May 2013.