Ticketing

  • FSE STATEMENT ON BAKU UEL FINAL: HOSTING CONDITIONS & TICKET ALLOCATION

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    Earlier this month, representatives from Football Supporters Europe (FSE) visited Baku (Azerbaijan), where this season’s UEFA Europa League (UEL) final will be held. The purpose of the visit was to assess the city’s preparations for the fixture, with a specific focus on the Olympic Stadium. In addition to the usual meetings with UEFA representatives and Azerbaijani officials, FSE also consulted local supporters’ groups, human rights activists, and journalists.

    The final will take place on Wednesday 29th May at 23:00 (local time).

  • FSE STATEMENT ON EUROPA LEAGUE KICK-OFF TIMES

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    After watching their team lose 1-0 to FC BATE Borisov in Belarus last week, Arsenal fans are now faced with the prospect of a 5:55pm kick-off for the return leg at the Emirates (London).

    Such an early start means that many fans will find it difficult, if not impossible, to attend the game due to work and other commitments. This is, of course, a problem in and of itself, but it is compounded by the fact that season ticket holders have already been charged for the fixture.

  • FSE STATEMENT ON EUROPA LEAGUE KICK-OFF TIMES

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    After watching their team lose 1-0 to FC BATE Borisov in Belarus last week, Arsenal fans are now faced with the prospect of a 5:55pm kick-off for the return leg at the Emirates (London).

    Such an early start means that many fans will find it difficult, if not impossible, to attend the game due to work and other commitments. This is, of course, a problem in and of itself, but it is compounded by the fact that season ticket holders have already been charged for the fixture.

  • FSE STATEMENT ON EUROPA LEAGUE KICK-OFF TIMES

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    After watching their team lose 1-0 to FC BATE Borisov in Belarus last week, Arsenal fans are now faced with the prospect of a 5:55pm kick-off for the return leg at the Emirates (London).

    Such an early start means that many fans will find it difficult, if not impossible, to attend the game due to work and other commitments. This is, of course, a problem in and of itself, but it is compounded by the fact that season ticket holders have already been charged for the fixture.

  • FSE STATEMENT ON EUROPA LEAGUE KICK-OFF TIMES

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    After watching their team lose 1-0 to FC BATE Borisov in Belarus last week, Arsenal fans are now faced with the prospect of a 5:55pm kick-off for the return leg at the Emirates (London).

    Such an early start means that many fans will find it difficult, if not impossible, to attend the game due to work and other commitments. This is, of course, a problem in and of itself, but it is compounded by the fact that season ticket holders have already been charged for the fixture.

  • FSE STATEMENT ON EUROPA LEAGUE KICK-OFF TIMES

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    After watching their team lose 1-0 to FC BATE Borisov in Belarus last week, Arsenal fans are now faced with the prospect of a 5:55pm kick-off for the return leg at the Emirates (London).

    Such an early start means that many fans will find it difficult, if not impossible, to attend the game due to work and other commitments. This is, of course, a problem in and of itself, but it is compounded by the fact that season ticket holders have already been charged for the fixture.

  • FSE STATEMENT ON EUROPA LEAGUE KICK-OFF TIMES

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    After watching their team lose 1-0 to FC BATE Borisov in Belarus last week, Arsenal fans are now faced with the prospect of a 5:55pm kick-off for the return leg at the Emirates (London).

    Such an early start means that many fans will find it difficult, if not impossible, to attend the game due to work and other commitments. This is, of course, a problem in and of itself, but it is compounded by the fact that season ticket holders have already been charged for the fixture.

  • FSE STATEMENT ON EUROPA LEAGUE KICK-OFF TIMES

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    After watching their team lose 1-0 to FC BATE Borisov in Belarus last week, Arsenal fans are now faced with the prospect of a 5:55pm kick-off for the return leg at the Emirates (London).

    Such an early start means that many fans will find it difficult, if not impossible, to attend the game due to work and other commitments. This is, of course, a problem in and of itself, but it is compounded by the fact that season ticket holders have already been charged for the fixture.

  • UEFA PROVIDES UPDATE ON EURO 2020 TICKETING

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    Update 1: On 20th January, UEFA amended its FAQs to say that if a "match is moved to a venue which is more than 50 km (31 miles) away from the original venue, ticket buyers would be entitled to a full refund of the ticket price if they cannot or do not wish to attend."

  • UEFA PROVIDES UPDATE ON EURO 2020 TICKETING

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    Update 1: On 20th January, UEFA amended its FAQs to say that if a "match is moved to a venue which is more than 50 km (31 miles) away from the original venue, ticket buyers would be entitled to a full refund of the ticket price if they cannot or do not wish to attend."

  • UEFA PROVIDES UPDATE ON EURO 2020 TICKETING

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    Update 1: On 20th January, UEFA amended its FAQs to say that if a "match is moved to a venue which is more than 50 km (31 miles) away from the original venue, ticket buyers would be entitled to a full refund of the ticket price if they cannot or do not wish to attend."

  • UEFA PROVIDES UPDATE ON EURO 2020 TICKETING

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    Update 1: On 20th January, UEFA amended its FAQs to say that if a "match is moved to a venue which is more than 50 km (31 miles) away from the original venue, ticket buyers would be entitled to a full refund of the ticket price if they cannot or do not wish to attend."

  • UEFA PROVIDES UPDATE ON EURO 2020 TICKETING

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    Update 1: On 20th January, UEFA amended its FAQs to say that if a "match is moved to a venue which is more than 50 km (31 miles) away from the original venue, ticket buyers would be entitled to a full refund of the ticket price if they cannot or do not wish to attend."

  • UEFA PROVIDES UPDATE ON EURO 2020 TICKETING

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    Update 1: On 20th January, UEFA amended its FAQs to say that if a "match is moved to a venue which is more than 50 km (31 miles) away from the original venue, ticket buyers would be entitled to a full refund of the ticket price if they cannot or do not wish to attend."

  • UEFA PROVIDES UPDATE ON EURO 2020 TICKETING

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    Update 1: On 20th January, UEFA amended its FAQs to say that if a "match is moved to a venue which is more than 50 km (31 miles) away from the original venue, ticket buyers would be entitled to a full refund of the ticket price if they cannot or do not wish to attend."

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