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FSE report commends German clubs for keeping Champions League ticket prices low

By Peter Weis   @PeterVicey

The fan organization Football Supporters Europe (FSA) has published a study confirming that four out the five clubs offering the cheapest Champions League tickets are German ones. 
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Visiting fans of Newcastle United staged a banner action in the Signal Iduna Stands some weeks back thanking Borussia Dortmund for keeping Champions' League ticket prices low. A new study published today by the fan alliance Football Supporters confirms that, in addition to Dortmund, three other German clubs are among the "top-five" on the continent and Isle actively honoring their commitment to keeping UCL ticket prices under €20.

Bayer 04 Leverkusen are specifically singled out in the report published on the FSE website as the club offering visiting fans the cheapest tickets. Anyone wishing to travel to the BayArena for an UCL match can gain entrance to the stadium for as little as €15. Dortmund, RB Leipzig, and Eintracht Frankfurt are the other clubs joining Croatia's Dinamo Zagreb in the FSE's "top-five".

According to the report, German ticket prices are on average €20 less than other clubs. The introduction of price-caps for all clubs participating in UEFA's three major club competitions has sought to limit escalating ticket prices. The price for Champions' League fixtures - which had risen to an average €120 prior to the UEFA reforms in 2019 - may not exceed €70.

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