The fans of Eintracht Frankfurt were one of the protagonists of the last Europa League, as they participated in very numerous and even massive trips to the matches in Seville (against Betis and Rangers in the final), Barcelona (Barça) and London (West Ham).
The highest European soccer body said that ticket sales for the general public will begin on Tuesday, July 19 at 2:00 p.m. exclusively through its website.
Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis and buyers may purchase up to four per person. Fans and the general public have allocated the majority of the tickets for the match, 17,000 of the 31,500 capacity of the Finnish Olympic set for the clash.
Ticket prices for the general public range between 40 euros (category 3) and 120 (category 1), while accessibility tickets for fans with disabilities will cost 40 (a free companion ticket can be requested), and those with reduced visibility will have a price ranging from 25 to 85.
Real Madrid, winner of the Champions League by beating Liverpool in the final, will seek their fifth continental Super Cup, a tournament they have not achieved since 2017, when they beat Manchester United in Skopje.
Eintracht, who beat Rangers in Seville in the Europa League final, will try to be the second German team to win the Super Cup, as only Bayern Munich have won it (twice).
The entrance Eintracht clearly outperforms Real Madrid in ticket requests was first published in diary TODAY.