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International general public ticket sales for the 2010 UEFA Europa League final will begin exclusively on UEFA.com from 12.00CET on Wednesday 24 February.
Ticket sales for the 2010 UEFA Europa League final at the Hamburg Arena will start on Wednesday for applicants living outside Germany – with the application process to be carried out exclusively on UEFA.com. Sales for the German market, which were handled exclusively via the German Football Association website, dfb.de, ended on 15 January.
The international general public will be able to apply for two tickets per person for the inaugural final of the UEFA Europa League on 12 May (20.45CET kick-off) in the northern German city; the sales window opens at 12.00 on Wednesday 24 February and shuts on Friday 19 March at 18.00.
The process is being conducted solely through UEFA.com, with each applicant having to complete in full the online application form. A total of 5,100 final tickets are being made available to the international general public, and should demand exceed supply then every valid request will enter a lottery or ballot to decide the allocation.
These tickets are intended for neutral fans wishing to attend the final of European football's new-look club competition, which aims to build on the rich and proud legacy of the UEFA Cup.
Every valid application will go into the ballot provided it is submitted within the application period. Each successful candidate will be entitled to a maximum of two tickets. With the submission to UEFA.com of their request, the applicant accepts the ticketing terms and conditions. Ticket price categories open to the international general public are: Category 1: €150; Category 2: €115; Category 3: €85; Category 4: €55; and Disabled: €45.
The administrative fee is €30 (including postal charges) for successful applicants in Europe, or €40 for neutral fans from the rest of the world. Payment is by credit card (MasterCard and Visa) only.
Applicants will be informed via email by 30 March if they have been successful or not, with tickets being dispatched from 19 April by express courier. For further ticketing information, email email@example.com or telephone + 49 1805 – 258291.
Candidates will be able to check the status of their application on UEFA.com using their log-in information.