UEFA’S TICKETING PROCESS
Tickets for this match will go on sale in July and will only be available to purchase directly from UEFA. More information will be communicated to all fans in advance of going on sale.
To be able to purchase a ticket from UEFA’s website, fans must input a unique access code sent to them by the Club.
Therefore, all Season Ticket Members and Cityzens Matchday and Cityzens Junior Members who are interested in attending the Super Cup must click the link below to request a free access code.
We will then share each fan’s unique access code with them in advance of their sales criteria window opening.
Requesting an access code is free and does not guarantee a ticket or mean you are committed to purchasing one. Only Season Ticket Members and Cityzens Matchday and Cityzens Junior Members can register for an access code at this moment in time.
If fans do not register, they will not receive a unique access code when the ticket sales criteria drops to their points bracket, meaning they will not be able to buy a ticket.
Season Ticket Members and Cityzens Matchday and Cityzens Junior Members must register for their free access code before midnight on Monday 3rd July to have the opportunity to purchase a ticket for this match.
Any Season Ticket Member and Cityzens Matchday and Cityzens Junior Members that does not register for a free access code by this deadline will not have the opportunity to purchase a ticket for the Super Cup, subject to qualifying sales criteria.
There is no advantage to registering early. All Members have until the deadline of midnight on Monday 3rd July to apply.
- Kick-off: 8pm (BST) 9pm (CET)
- Ticket Allocation: 10,000
- Ticket Pricing: £26.00 - £103.00
Subject to demand, we will be operating a points drop system for this match, similar to all other away matches, with Season Ticket Members on the UEFA Cup Scheme having first priority, before Season Ticket Members not on the UEFA Cup Scheme.
Should any tickets remain after this point they will be made available to Cityzens Matchday and Cityzens Junior Members.
An access code cannot be used for multiple fans and fans can only request one access code per account. Alternatively, fans can register on behalf of the friends and family listed on their account.
All fans will receive a confirmation email when they have registered for their free access code, but the access code will not be issued until closer to the time when their respective sales window opens.
Fans with junior Season Ticket Members who would like their child to attend the match, are advised they must request a free access code in the same basket when claiming their own access code. We will only be able to allocate an access code if their request is linked to an adult.
In line with all other away matches this season, an allocation of tickets will be made available to fans aged 18-25 (based on supporter’s age on 1st August 2023). Further details on when fans in this age group can purchase will be shared after the registration window has closed.
The Club has received an allocation of 10,000 tickets, including 10 wheelchair bays and a number of tickets for ambulant supporters.
From this allocation, the following groups will receive tickets for this match: Season Ticket Members, Seasonal Hospitality Members, Owner, Board of Directors, Football Management, Players, Club Officials and Staff, Former Players, Club Partners and Official Manchester City Supporters Clubs.
UEFA has confirmed that there will be no concessionary ticket prices for this match.
The Club will not be providing any travel packages for this match. Due to the reduced availability of aircraft, the Club’s prices for flights to this match would be disproportionately higher than the alternative options already available to fans through commercial airlines.
As a result, we recommend any fan wishing to travel to this match seek alternative travel arrangements.
For further information on travelling to Greece and the latest travel advice, please visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/greece
All COVID-19 restrictions in Greece have been lifted, and fans arriving in Greece are no longer required to present proof of vaccination or negative PCR test results.
If you buy tickets from an unauthorised source, whether that be an unauthorised website, an online marketplace or a ticket tout outside the stadium, you risk not being allowed entry to the match and losing the money you paid. Tickets sold by touts are likely to become void and do not give you the right to enter the stadium to watch the match or can lead to you being removed from the stadium.