Top tickets for Women's Champions League final cost $3.50

Germany's Dzsenifer Marozsan, left, and France's Marie-Antoinette Katoto challenge for the ball during a women's international friendly soccer match between France and Germany at Francis-le-Basser stadium in Laval, western France, Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019. (AP Photo/David Vincent)

The most expensive tickets for the Women's Champions League final in Budapest cost only $3.50

NYON, Switzerland — The most expensive tickets for the Women's Champions League final in Budapest cost only 3.10 euros ($3.50).

UEFA opened ticket sales on Friday with adult prices starting at 2.20 euros ($2.50) for the match on May 18 at the 22,000-capacity Ferencvaros Stadium.

The women's match will be played on a Saturday and in a different city than the men's final. For the previous nine years, the final was played days earlier in the same city as the men's Champions League final.

The lowest adult prices in Budapest are 13 times cheaper than for the men's Europa League final in Azerbaijan in May. Lowest category seats cost 30 euros ($33.70) for the 64,000-capacity Olympic Stadium in Baku — a one-third reduction from the 2018 Europa League final prices in Lyon, France.

Tickets for the 2018 Champions League final in Kiev, Ukraine, ranged from 70 to 450 euros ($79 to $506).


More AP soccer: and

You may also like these

Boca, River draw 2-2 in first leg of Libertadores...

Nov 11, 2018

Boca Juniors and River Plate drew 2-2 Sunday in the delayed first leg of the Copa Libertadores final

In soccer-mad Argentina, women fight sexism and...

Feb 7, 2019

Macarena Sanchez takes a stand to turn female soccer professional in Argentina

Australia to host Syria in Sydney in World Cup...

Sep 6, 2017

Sydney to host World Cup qualifier between Australia and Syria on Oct. 10

Australia coach's future uncertain ahead of...

Oct 11, 2017

Football Federation Australia says it is awaiting confirmation of dates for the Socceroos' matches...

Jedinak stars as Australia qualifies for 2018...

Nov 15, 2017

Mile Jedinak stepped up when it counted most, propelling Australia into next year's World Cup with...

Sign up now!