European Super Cup final tickets, venue and teams revealed

European Super Cup final tickets, venue and teams revealed

June 5, 2018 0 By Sporticks

Tickets for the European Super Cup final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are now on sale.

The Madrid derby will feature Champions League winners Real Madrid and Europea League winners Atletico Madrid in the 2018/19 season opener and represents a chance to win some silverware.

The Spanish sides have continued their nation’s dominance over European trophies and they will head to Tallinn in Estonia for the showpiece game.

Tickets for the Lillek├╝la Stadium will be in short supply because the national stadium holds just 15,000 fans and only 60% of the stadium is reserved for fans of the clubs.

However, there is a ballot for those who want to make the trip to Eastern Europe to see two of the best club sides in the world clash.
Tickets are priced at 50 Euros for category 3 seats, the seats behind the goals. Seats in the corners will cost 90 Euros and seats down the sides will cost 130 Euros.

Fans can secure a maximum of four tickets and the sale runs until 26 June via the UEFA Super Cup ticket portal.

The final takes place on Wednesday 15 August.

The European Super Cup is a trophy in European football. It is not one of the major trophies like the Champions League and Europa League.

It is a match between the winners of those two trophies and traditionally opens up the European football season in August.

To-date there have been 43 Super Cup finals and since 2012 finals have been held in stadiums across Europe.

The 2019 European Super Cup takes place in Vodafone Park in Istanbul, Turkey. The 2020 match will take place in Estadio do Dragao in Porto, Portugal.

Who is the most successful European Super Cup side?

Spanish side Barcelona and Italian side AC Milan share the honour of being the most successful European Super Cup side with five wins each.

Real Madrid can equal that record with a win in 2018, while Liverpool are on three victories.
Ajax, Anderlecht, Valencia, Juventus and 2018 finalists Atletico Madrid are all on two wins, with a host of clubs securing one trophy.