The general public ticket application process for the 2015 UEFA Champions League final in Berlin ran from 12.00CET on Thursday 5 March to 18.00CET on Monday 23 March.
The 2015 UEFA Champions League final ticket portal was opened for applications from the international public between 12.00CET on 5 March and 18.00CET on 23 March.
Each applicant was asked to complete the online application form for a maximum of two tickets and entered the ticket lottery, regardless of the time of submission during the application period.
Applicants will be informed by email by 10 April as to whether they have been successful or not in the lottery. Also, applicants will be able to check the status of their orders via the 2015 UEFA Champions League final ticket portal. Tickets will be dispatched by registered post no later than the end of April.
Any ticket order not in accordance with the 2015 UEFA Champions League final ticketing terms and conditions will be rejected.
Tickets came in four price categories: Category 1: €390 Category 2: €280 Category 3: €160 Category 4: €70
Accessible tickets for wheelchair users and easy access tickets were also available. A valid proof of disability needed to be provided during the application. Each accessible ticket cost €70. A free seat for an accompanying adult could be requested as well.
A shipping fee will be charged per successful ticket order as follows: Ticket orders within Germany: €10 Ticket orders outside Germany: €20
Payment for all tickets is by credit card only. If you are a successful applicant your credit card will be charged automatically and no changes or cancellations will be accepted after 23 March (18.00CET).
• Applicants vetted All ticket holders are bound by the ticketing terms and conditions and UEFA will take action in cases of any breaches. Online applications will be verified with the competent authorities to ensure that anyone banned from attending football matches cannot purchase the tickets. Sales of tickets for the 2015 UEFA Champions League final are conducted exclusively through UEFA.com.
UEFA urges all football fans to refrain from buying tickets or hospitality packages from unauthorised sellers, agents or websites as such tickets may be counterfeit or invalid and the unaware purchaser may be refused admission to the stadium. Fans attending the final are warned that tickets will be personalised and that security checks at the stadium are planned.