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Champions League Final tickets on sale

Tickets are now on sale for the final of the UEFA Women's Champions League in Turin on Saturday 21st May at 19:00 local time. With fewer than 50 days to go before the biggest event of the women's club season, fans can now purchase tickets.

There are reductions available for Under-12s and special packages reserved for families, which allow two adults and one or two Under-18s to purchase tickets together for a discounted price.

This was always going to be a ground-breaking UEFA Women's Champions League season: the introduction of the new group stage and the broadcast deal with DAZN/YouTube ensured that. However, the quarter finals over the last week have taken things to a whole new level and not just on the pitch, where there was excitement aplenty.

A total of 180,648 fans attended the eight quarter final matches including a record-smashing 91,553 at the Camp Nou – smashing the previous best for a UEFA women's football match by over 40,000.

There were more than 14 million total views of the live streams on DAZN/YouTube channels across the group stage, and just the eight quarter final matches alone attracted close to 11.7 million views from over 210 countries and territories, taking the season's tally well past 25 million.

It was a record-breaking week too on social media for UEFA's expanding @UWCL platforms. Cross-platform reach during the quarter finals exceeded 20 million (up 76% from last season), while the number of followers across all official platforms has now increased by 261% compared to the same stage of the competition last term.

In the meantime, Barcelona have announced that they are confident of beating their attendance record when they play against VfL Wolfsburg in the semi finals. Over 50,000 tickets were sold on the first day to club members and the remainder have been snapped up, making an expectancy that yet another record can be set.