Who is the referee for the Champions League final 2017?
Slovenian referee Damir Skomina was announced as the final referee by UEFA on 12 May 2017.
How did Juventus win the 2017 Champions League?
Juventus reached their ninth final after a 4–1 aggregate win against Monaco to maintain their undefeated record in this season’s competition. Juventus also entered the final with the best defensive record in the 2016–17 Champions League, having conceded only three times.
What happened in the 2017 Champions League final?
The 2017 final was the first time since the two teams met in 1998 that both finalists had won either their domestic league or the Champions League the previous season. Juventus reached their ninth final after a 4–1 aggregate win against Monaco to maintain their undefeated record in this season’s competition.
How many tickets are available for the Champions League final 2017?
With a stadium capacity of 48,000 for the final, a total amount of 37,000 tickets are available to fans and the general public, with the two finalist teams receiving 10,000 tickets each and with 17,000 tickets being available for sale to fans worldwide via UEFA. com from 17 to 28 March 2017 in four price categories: €150, €100, €70, and €45.