Champions League Final - Ticket Split

Superrangers

Well-Known Member
#7
Look back at European Cup finals from the 80s.No real sponsors or executive seating, just real proper supporters supporting their team (Heysel excluded).
Now it's full of twats wearing suits and ties who have fat wallets but no real interest in whoever wins or loses.
Sad but true.
 

rangeral

Well-Known Member
#9
34,000 to corporate is a disgrace for a major final, absolute kick in the teeth to fans
the rest isn't all corporate

Each club get 17k
UEFA public ballot
Sponsors of CL
Corporate
UEFA Family including all clubs - someone that works for Rangers can ask the club the club to apply for tickets whether they are successful or not I don't know
 

EKBB

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
#10
the rest isn't all corporate

Each club get 17k
UEFA public ballot
Sponsors of CL
Corporate
UEFA Family including all clubs - someone that works for Rangers can ask the club the club to apply for tickets whether they are successful or not I don't know
What's the difference between sponsors and corporate?
The public ballot is fair enough but should maybe be lessened. The 'UEFA family' is a load of bollocks imo and should be scrapped.
 

Superrangers

Well-Known Member
#11
the rest isn't all corporate

Each club get 17k
UEFA public ballot
Sponsors of CL
Corporate
UEFA Family including all clubs - someone that works for Rangers can ask the club the club to apply for tickets whether they are successful or not I don't know
I have been to 2 CL finals through ‘friends of Dundee Utd’ you give you an impression..
 

rangeral

Well-Known Member
#12
What's the difference between sponsors and corporate?
The public ballot is fair enough but should maybe be lessened. The 'UEFA family' is a load of bollocks imo and should be scrapped.
Sponsors of the CL like Playstation, Pepsi etc as part of they deal will receive an allocation of tickets both ordinary and corporate hospitality

Corporate speaks for itself
 

Wickbear

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
#13
You’ll find that the sponsors pay so much money annually that they can dictate a lot of how the ticketing works. For example Sony pays around €100m a season so get a good few hundred tickets in the bargain, same for others like Heineken and Gazprom.
 
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