The draw was held this morning to adjudge which of the applications for the 1,564 tickets the Club has for the PSG game in Paris would be successful.
The Club received 2.722 requests for 6.610 tickets before applications closed on Thursday at 19.00.
The 1,564 tickets for the Champions League quarter final first leg against PSG in Paris which the Club had made available will go to applications numbered from 576 to 1,229. The application period closed at 19.00 on Thursday evening after the Club had received a total of 2.722 requests for 6.610 tickets and this morning a draw was held to decide which applicants would be lucky enough to get a ticket.
Ticket collection next Tuesday and Wednesday
Members whose applications have been chosen, should collect their tickets on Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th March between 9.00 and 17.00 from the Club ticket offices (Access 14).
As occurred last season, club members below the age of 5 cannot apply for tickets for away games. A single credit card can only be used to apply for a maximum of eight tickets. All tickets must be collected in person by the member who has made the application. If this is not possible, another person may be authorised to collect up to a maximum of eight tickets once the name of this person and their DNI and the authorisation necessary have been provided to the Club.
The Club has had 2,300 tickets to distribute amongst members, on sale at €60. As usual, 85% of these tickets have been made available to club members (1,564) and supporters clubs (391), with the rest (345) going to sponsors and institutional and sporting commitments made by the club.