Starting Monday, May 2 at 10:00 a.m. CEST, tickets will go on sale exclusively to members for the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final at the Juventus Stadium, Turin, on Saturday May 21 at 7:00 p.m. CEST.
Barca will of course go to Italy after beating Wolfsburg in the semi-finals.
Ticket requests can be made on a form available on the official FC Barcelona website, which will close on Thursday 5 May at 12:00 CEST.
Application form in the following link
Tickets are allocated on a one-per-member basis, but up to four people can request tickets together. Tickets are not available for children under six and children 6-18 must be included in an application with an adult.
It is currently confirmed by UEFA that the two finalist clubs will receive an allocation of 3,000 free tickets. These will only be awarded by FC Barcelona to members of the club. Thus, if there are less than 3,000 applications before May 5, supporters will not have to pay anything. Otherwise, the allocation of free tickets will be random, with a limit number drawn and the 3,000 candidates from this number will receive the free tickets.
In the next few days, FC Barcelona will receive a notification from UEFA of the exact number of tickets in total that will be allocated to them. These additional tickets will be paid for and will also be offered exclusively to members. Ticket prices haven’t been announced yet either, but they shouldn’t be very expensive.
Tickets are nominative, personal and non-transferable, and will be sent digitally from the Italian Federation. Holders can enter the stadium either using their mobile phone or by printing out a hard copy. No physical ticket will be issued.
However, it will be impossible for anyone other than the person named on the ticket to use it to enter the stadium. We therefore encourage fans to only apply for tickets if they are absolutely certain that they will be traveling to Turin for the match on May 21.
Travel by coach from €58
FC Barcelona trips offers a number of travel options for fans traveling to the match from Catalonia. These include return tickets by bus or plane at very reasonable prices to ensure a strong presence of Barça supporters on the pitch.
Bus tickets cost from €58 to €69 depending on the route, and return flights on match day cost €296.
These travel options are also available to fan clubs and non-members who have a match ticket. For fan clubs, the cost of a coach journey is €72-84, and a flight costs €358.
For anyone who is neither a member of FC Barcelona nor an official penya, the coach trip costs €88-98 and the flight costs €410.
Tickets on the UEFA website
In addition to the aforementioned options, tickets can also be purchased by anyone, member or not, by visiting the official UEFA website.