Champions League final 2019: What date is it, which stadium is it taking place in and how do I get tickets?

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The Champions League trophy - AP
The Champions League trophy - AP

With the Champions League quarter-finals on the horizon, and today's draw sealing the fates of the four English clubs still left in the competition, Telegraph Sport gives you all the information you need to get your hands on final tickets.

What is it? 

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The final of the Uefa Champions League between two of the eight teams currently still in the competition: Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Barcelona and Ajax.

When is it?

The final will take place on Saturday, June 1 at 8pm BST. 

Where is it? 

The final will be played at Atletico Madrid's 63,500 capacity Wanda Metropolitano.

How to get tickets

The two clubs that reach the final will received 17,000 tickets each.

Another 4,000 tickets will be made available to the general public, and the remaining 25,500 will be allocated to the local organising committee, UEFA and national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters.

The 4,000 tickets up for general purchase will be allocated via ballot, which you can apply for here. Applications can be made for two tickets per person and prices range from £60 to just over £500 per ticket. The ballot will be open until April 21, and tickets will be randomly allocated thereafter. 

Who could feature?

Liverpool, Tottenham, Ajax and Barcelona are through to the final four.

Manchester United were knocked out the competition by Barcelona over two legs, while the same fate befell Juventus who succumbed to Ajax. Man City were defeated on away goals by Spurs, while Liverpool breezed past Porto.

Barcelona will take on Liverpool and Tottenham face Ajax in the semi-finals.

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