It is the most anticipated date in the club football calendar and with some of the biggest teams in the world involved it is a fitting spectacle to bring the curtain down on the season.
Millions will be tuning in to the game around the globe, but only 63,500 will be lucky enough to take their seats inside the stadium.
So, if you're thinking about going to the decider on June 1, Goal brings you everything you need to know about buying tickets and how to get there .
How to buy Champions League final tickets
Those wishing to attend the 2019 Champions League final were able to apply directly to UEFA for tickets via the federation's official ticket portal.
The window for applications was open from March 14 and closed on March 21, so the deadline has now passed. Individuals who already applied for tickets through this portal were informed whether their application was successful or not on April 5, with successful applicants then being invited to proceed with payment.
UEFA's ticket portal is designed to cater to the general public and just 4,000 tickets are available through this avenue. They are distributed by a ballot rather than a 'first-come, first-serve' basis.
As well as that, the finalists are allocated 16,613 tickets each, which will be distributed directly via Liverpool and Tottenham themselves. The club allocations are slightly less than 2018 and the number available to the general public has also gone down from 6,700.
A total of 38,000 tickets, therefore, will be sold to supporters and the general public, with UEFA indicating that the remaining 23,500 tickets will be allocated to "the local organising committee, UEFA and national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters, and to serve the corporate hospitality programme."
Here's a breakdown of the ticket allocations:
- Finalist: 16,613
- Finalist: 16,613
- General public: 4,000
- UEFA, national associations, commercial, broadcasters etc.: 23,500
Supporters wishing to purchase tickets should be wary of third-party and secondary ticket re-sale outlets . UEFA has warned that any tickets bought from such outlets will be invalid and carriers will not be permitted entry to the stadium.Return to top
Champions League final ticket prices
Going to the Champions League final can be an expensive endeavour, with tickets ranging from €70 to €600 . Indeed, ticket prices have actually increased this year, with the cost of Categories One, Two and Three tickets going up.
Category One tickets for the 2019 final will cost €600, which is up from the 2018 price of €450 - a rise of €150. Category Two tickets are priced at €450 - an increase of €130 on last year's - and Category Three tickets are available for €180 - €20 more expensive than in 2018. The only category that remains unchanged is Category Four, with these tickets costing €70.
Check out the table below for a breakdown of the ticket prices.
Champions League final 2019 ticket prices
|Youth Package *||€140|
*One adult and one child.
As well as the four different categories, fans also have the option of purchasing Accessibility tickets - which are for fans who require a wheelchair or easy access - or a Youth Package designed to cater for an adult and child combination.
The Accessibility tickets are priced the same as Category 4 tickets - €70 - regardless of where they are in the stadium and the Youth Package costs €140.
As mentioned above, UEFA strongly encourages fans to purchase their tickets through official channels and it is easy to see why, with third-party and secondary ticketing platforms quoting prices of up to €3,500 for certain tickets.
Tickets for Liverpool fans
Liverpool fans had a series of windows to register and apply for tickets from the club's allocation from May 14 until May 18, depending on their status and eligibility. Tickets are distributed by a ballot process.
Tickets for Tottenham fans
Tottenham have yet to confirm details regarding ticket sales, but information will be available via the club website.Return to top
How to get to Madrid & Wanda Metropolitano
Depending on where you are travelling from there are a number of ways to get to Madrid for the 2019 Champions League final.
You should always plan your journey in advance and it is a good idea to buy a map or install a map app on your phone . There is also a Wanda Metropolitano app , which is a helpful resource.
The main airport in the Spanish capital is Madrid-Barajas (MAD), which also happens to be one of the largest airports in Europe with five passenger terminals. Madrid-Barajas is an international airport with services to and from destinations across the world, including London, Manchester, Newark, Amsterdam, Barcelona and more.
The airport is connected to the Madrid Metro Line , so supporters have the option of a convenient mode of transport into the city, which is 12 kilometres away. It is also situated very close to the Wanda Metropolitano itself - a five to 10 minute drive to be precise - meaning a taxi is another option.
You can get more information about flying to Madrid-Barajas airport by clicking here .
If you are already in Spain or a neigbouring country, it is possible to take a train to the capital. Madrid Atocha station is primary train hub in the city, with routes from places such as Barcelona, Seville, Malaga and even the French city Marseille. Madrid Chamartin station serves Segovia, Valladolid and Portugal capital Lisbon, as well as being connected to the Metro Line.
Bus & subway
It is generally recommended that supporters making their way to the Wanda Metropolitano should use public transport . Atletico Madrid advise the use of the Metro (subway) service and the closest stop is Line 7's 'Estadio Metropolitano' .
Liverpool fans sitting in their allocated portion of the stadium can use Line 2 - getting off at 'La Rosas' - while Tottenham fans can use Line 5 - getting off at 'Canillejas'.
It is possible to drive directly to the stadium, but it is not advised if you have not reserved a parking space. If you have booked a spot, then you should exit the M-40 on 'Arcentales'.
Fan information for Champions League final
For administrative purposes, Tottenham are considered the "home" team during the Champions League final, with Liverpool the "away" team. Since Tottenham's home kit is white and Liverpool's is red, they will both be allowed to wear their respective home kits for the game.
Though Liverpool have been registered as the away team, they have been granted the privileges Atletico home dressing room. They will also use the Simeone bench, with their fans allocated in the south tribune.
Tottenham, despite being the home team, will be allocated the north area of the stadium and the away dressing room, with Atletico stating that this was ultimately due to security reasons pertaining to each club's fan zone and respective proximity to the stadium.
Tottenham's fan zones will be situated in Plaza Colon, the same area where the Spain national team celebrated their European and World championships. This is easily accessed by Line 5 of the Metro, at 'Canillejas' station.
Liverpool's fan zones will be at the Avenue Felipe II area of the city, which fans can get to on Line 2 on the Metro, disembarking at 'Las Rosas'.
Each fan zone is separated by 1.5km, and are both accessible by several modes of public transport.
Neutral supporters attending the match are encouraged to take Line 7 of the Metro to subway stop 'Estadio Metropolitano'.
All sets of fans will be issued a free subway ticket for one whole day.
Additionally, there will be a security ring set around the stadium for initial checks, and it will be impossible to access this ring without a ticket to the final.