The football club Celta Vigo have already unveiled that for Europa League semifinal revanche leg at Old Trafford Manchester United haven’t issued all of their allocated tickets, so they’re poised to urge UEFA to take action.
As article 36 of UEFA’S competition rules strictly underlines, home clubs require making a minimum of 5% of the entire approved UEFA capacity of their stadium available solely to visiting fans.
Being the number one club ground of the Premier League, United’s Old Trafford boasts today’s capacity, exceeding 75,000.
The Liga club reported getting just 1,900 out of 3,780 tickets they’re actually entitled to for the bout in Manchester scheduled on May 11. They would like to have the issue resolved without delay.
Yesterday in Manchester a gathering took place, including United, though the ticket problem hasn’t been tackled yet. That’s what Celta representative unveiled on Thursday. United’s expected to hand the remaining tickets immediately.
The official added that if a bad scenario dominates, they’ll ask for UEFA intervention.