UEFA and the local organising committee of the 2011 UEFA Champions League final are aware of a number of companies and websites offering tickets and hospitality packages to the match, many of which are advertised at vastly inflated prices.
Fans who wish to attend the UEFA Champions League final should be aware that the only authorised sellers of tickets are UEFA and the two finalist clubs and their official agents (details of which should be checked with each club directly). Official hospitality packages can only be purchased from the English Football Association (FA).
We urge you not to buy tickets and/or hospitality packages which include tickets from unauthorised sellers as such tickets will be invalid. Identity checks may be carried out at Wembley Stadium and ticket holders will be denied entry if their tickets have been purchased from unauthorised sources.
In addition, the unauthorised offer or sale of tickets to this match is a criminal offence under UK law. UEFA and the FA are working with the authorities to minimise ticket touting activities in the lead-up to the final.
To inquire about official hospitality packages, please email UCLFhospitality2011@wembleystadium.com.
UEFA and the local organising committee of the 2011 UEFA Champions League final have also reminded fans not to travel to the match without a valid ticket and that there will be no public screening of the match.
However, for people in central London the website Visit London offers information on places to watch the game.
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