UEFA stand by ticket pricing for Champions League final

21 March 2011 12:58
UEFA today ruled out any change to the ticket prices for the Champions League final at Wembley in May despite Michel Platini admitting they were too expensive.[LNB]The cheapest ticket on public sale for the final on May 28 will be ?150 plus a ?26 booking fee and UEFA president Platini has said family tickets should be half the price they are on sale for.[LNB]But UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino said at a news conference in Paris today: 'The ticket prices for Wembley will not change - the ticket sales have already started and the president expressed his opinion about that.'[LNB] Extortionate: The cheapest ticket for the Wembley final will be ?150[LNB] The final will be the second time it has been played on a Saturday - a move Platini championed to enable more families to attend.[LNB]Platini said in French sports daily L'Equipe: 'It's good that we have been alerted about it and we are going to look at it again in the future.'[LNB]He added that the pricing 'isn't brilliant'.[LNB] Brazilliant! Luiz and Ramires ease pressure on 'lucky' AncelottiUnited set to rival Arsenal for ?10m wonderkid Oxlade-ChamberlainAll the latest Man United news, features and opinionAll the latest Chelsea news, features and opinionAll the latest Spurs news, features and opinion[LNB]  Explore more:Places: Paris

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