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Manchester City fans to be hit with £610 tickets IF they reach the Champions League final at Wembley



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Supporters of Manchester City could pay up to £610 for a ticket at this season’s Champions League final, should Pep Guardiola’s side reach the Wembley showpiece.

The latest edition of the pinnacle event in European football follows a largely controversial awarding of the final to Istanbul in Turkey last summer, when Manchester City fans were greeted by a largely unfit for purpose arena in the Ataturk Olympic Stadium.

Despite facing numerous problems throughout the event, Manchester City supporters had an overwhelmingly positive experience aided by the club’s success over Inter thanks to Rodri’s second-half effort.

In the 2023 final, a total of 47,200 tickets out of 72,000 were allocated to football fans in general, with Manchester City and Inter receiving 20,000 each priced at between €70 and  €690.

Now, as the current edition of the Champions League approaches the final-four phase with the second-leg of the quarter-finals still to play, UEFA have finalised their plans for the eventual two best teams in Europe this season.

As per confirmation from UEFA earlier this week, Manchester City would receive 25,000 tickets for the Champions League final at Wembley Stadium, should Pep Guardiola’s players secure a repeat of last season’s tournament.

UEFA have detailed that 60,000 of the 86,600 tickets will be made available directly to the fans of the two final competing teams and general public, with the two teams’ supporters receiving the aforementioned amount available to City should they progress.

Tickets for the 2024 UEFA Champions League final at the national stadium in London will also be priced at between £60 to £610.

Manchester City currently find themselves finely poised at 3-3 in their UEFA Champions League quarter-final tie with Real Madrid, following an enthralling clash at the Santiago Bernabeu in midweek.

Bernardo Silva’s opening goal inside two minutes was quickly cancelled out with the scoreline reversed in Real Madrid’s favour, courtesy of an unfortunate Ruben Dias own goal and a deflected Rodrygo effort on the counter-attack for the hosts.

The second-half would see Manchester City produce their own fight back, with Phil Foden and Josko Gvardiol both scoring exemplary efforts from distance to put Pep Guardiola’s side back into the lead, before Federico Valverde would equalise late on.