After the protests of the fans of FC Bayern because of alleged too high ticket prices at the Champions League eighth finale in Salzburg, UEFA has adopted.
“There is contact with the UEFA, the process runs,” said Red Bull Salzburg the Kicker with.
The “Club No. 12”, the Association of Active Bayern fans, had protested at the 1-1 of Bayern in the eighth-final first leg last Wednesday with a large banner against the expensive tickets.
In a statement on their website, the Fan Association filed a “regular radio form price design” and referred to the Rules of the UEFA, after which guest fans in comparable categories no higher ticket price may be required as of supporters of the home team. While the tickets for the Salzburger fanblock in the lowerrang behind the gate cost 30 euros, the tickets in the comparable guest block with 60 euros were twice as expensive.
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To a possible refund of the additional costs of Salzburg’s press spokesman Christian Kircher said: “I do not want to approach the ongoing process, but what I can say is that the pricing for the tickets in close coordination is done with FC Bayern. The 60 Euro concerned Even only the lower rank in the guest sector, and it is coordinated with FC Bayern that the ticket pricing will be designed in the second leg in Munich as well. “