Applications for tickets for Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid's 15 August UEFA Super Cup meeting in Tallinn closed on 26 June at 14:00CET.
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The application window has closed for tickets for the 2018 UEFA Super Cup at the Lilleküla Stadium in Tallinn, Estonia, on 15 August.
The ticket application window opened on 5 June at 14:00CET (15:00 Estonian time) and closes on 26 June at 14:00CET.
How the application process works
Sales are not conducted on a first-come, first-served basis — so applications made at any time while the portal was open have an equal chance of being successful. Applicants could apply for up to four tickets per person.
Demand is very high, so a ballot will be conducted to allocate tickets. Every valid application will be entered into the ballot, irrespective of the time of submission within the application period.
Applicants will be notified via email by 6 July if they have been successful or not, and can check the status of their applications on the ticket portal once the ballot has concluded using their dedicated username and password.
Payments will be taken automatically for successful applicants.
There will be no paper tickets for the 2018 UEFA Super Cup; all tickets will be delivered to a dedicated mobile app.
As usual, fans and the general public will be allocated around 70% of the net capacity of the stadium, which has a capacity of about 13,000. The remaining seats will be set aside for the local organising committee, UEFA and national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters.
Category 1: €130
Category 2: €90
Category 3: €50
Accessibility tickets: €50
All ticket holders are bound by the ticketing terms and conditions, and UEFA will take action in case of any breaches. Online applications will be verified with the competent authorities to ensure that anyone banned from attending football matches cannot purchase tickets. Sales of tickets for the 2018 UEFA Super Cup will be conducted exclusively on UEFA.com. UEFA urges all football fans to refrain from purchasing tickets from unauthorised sellers, agents or websites, as such tickets may be counterfeit or invalid and an unaware purchaser may be refused admission to the stadium.