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FC Barcelona Vice President Jordi Cardoner presides over the draw for tickets to the June 6th Final in Berlin, Germany. / GERMÁN PARGA - FCB

The draw for the 13,294 tickets that were allocated to FC Barcelona for the Champions League final, set for Saturday 6 June at 8.45pm CET in Berlin, Germany, and which are being distributed to Club members, was held this Friday morning in the Ricard Maxenchs press room at Camp Nou before a notary public. Application numbers 20,704 through 26,708 were selected. Applications will be taken in order until all tickets are sold out.

The ticket application period ended on Thursday at 7.00pm CET. FC Barcelona members requested a total of 79,429 tickets in 36,453 applications. Members were allowed to request up to four tickets, each linked to a unique member, on a single application form.

Besides the tickets drawn for members, there was also a draw for the 25 pairs of tickets allocated to members in the FC Barcelona Senate.

Purchase process

On May 25 and 26, those members who have been awarded seats will be given instructions on how to collect their tickets. Members who are awarded tickets will automatically be charged the price of the cheapest tickets, 55 euros.

The other prices are 390 euros (category 1), 280 euros (category 2), 160 euros (category 3) and 70 euros (category 4). All categories include reduced visibility seats, which cost slightly less. There is also the option of purchasing one of 100 Family Packs, which consist of two adult seats and one for a child aged up to 14, and which cost 70 euros per seat.

For this final the procedure to select and purchase a ticket will be carried out it its totality at the Club's ticket office. Members will be called in order of the application selected and will be notified of the day they will have to go to the Club ticket office to select, pay, and pick up the ticket(s).

Free public transport in Berlin

All day on Saturday 6 June and until 3am on Sunday 7 June, FC Barcelona fans will enjoy free access to public transport in the city of Berlin by showing the ticket to the 2015 Champions League Final. This includes free use of the network of city buses, rail, metro and tram in zones A, B, and C.

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