Draw required for Copa del Rey Final ticket allocation

Draw required for Copa del Rey Final ticket allocation

There have been 17,830 applications for places in the Vicente Calderón for the end-of-season showdown against Alavés, but there are only 13,125 seats available - so a draw will be required on Friday to see who gets to go

The demand for tickets among FC Barcelona members for the Copa del Rey final against Alavés on May 27 at the Vicente Calderón in Madrid is greater than the allocation of 13,125 tickets issued to the club. The period for ticket applications ended this Thursday at 7.00pm CET with 17,830 members applying for tickets on 8,205 different forms, meaning that a draw shall be necessary.

It will take place in the Camp Nou pressroom on tomorrow Friday 28 at 10.00am CET before a notary, and tickets for the lucky winners will cost between 60 and 240 euros.

Nominal tickets with option of transfer to other members

Tickets will be issued in the name of the applicant member, but the club is offering the possibility of transferring tickets to another member by filling in a form that will be published on May 2 and 3, whereupon only the designated member may make use of the ticket, who may NOT be a child (alevin) member, be suspended by the Disciplinary Commission or be someone who has not paid their annual fees are excluded from the process.

Online payment from May 4 to 8

The tickets must be definitely paid by the lucky members, following any name changes required, from May 4 to May 8, after selecting the stadium zone on the club website. Tickets will be charged as soon as members select their zone of the stadium.

Train or coach

FCBDesplaçaments is offering members the chance to travel by train (€150) or bus (€35). The train will leave from Barcelona-Sants station on the day of the match and return once it has concluded, while coaches will be departing from Barcelona, Girona, Lleida and Tarragona, also returning the same day. For full details, see www.fcbdesplacaments.cat


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