Manchester United have secured their spot in the Europa League final and will play Villarreal later this month, where a limited number of fans will be able to attend.
United supporters, like the majority of European fans, have been locked out of games amidst the coronavirus pandemic but restrictions are starting to ease.
A return to Old Trafford against Fulham in the Premier League's penultimate game on Tuesday, May 18th is set to occur and supporters can also attend the Europa League final.
However, the number of attendees is extremely strict and limited, more so than usual years with UEFA's allocation for supporters regularly coming under criticism.
Here's everything you need to know about tickets, travel to Gdansk and everything else around the Europa League final.
Where can I get tickets?
Supporters have until 13:00 BST on Friday, May 7th to apply for tickets via UEFA's official ticket portal to apply for a maximum of two tickets per person.
2,000 tickets will be made available to the general public in this manner, with United and Villarreal set to also have their own allocation of 2,000 tickets.
How does it work?
Via UEFA, tickets are not sold on a first-come, first-served basis and, instead, all the applications will enter a ballot - with a lucky few landing one of the 2,000 available tickets.
Applicants will be informed by email by May 14th as to whether they have been successful or not.
How much are tickets?
Category 4: €40
Category 3: €65
Category 2: €90
Category 1: €130
Accessibility tickets for disabled spectators are available for €40 (ticket priced at Category 4 rate and one companion ticket for free).
How many tickets are available?
Polish authorities have announced that the capacity in Gdansk will stand at 25%, which amounts to a total of just 9,500 supporters.
Each team competing in the final will receive 2,000 tickets each, while UEFA is selling 2,000 tickets to the general public.
The remaining tickets are, a total of 3,500, is allocated to the local organising committee, UEFA and national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters.
United are heading to the Europa League final after beating Roma.
The Reds notched up a stunning 6-2 first-leg victory to almost guarantee their passage to the final in Gdansk on May 26. Their second-leg in Rome finished 3-2, meaning they secured an 8-5 aggregate win.
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What about coronavirus restrictions?
From 17th May, the UK public will be permitted for international travel once again but the restrictions could change at very short notice.
Upon arrival in Poland, a mandatory 10-day quarantine period will begin unless you are fully vaccinated or meet other entry requirements. A full list can be found here.
You cannot take a COVID-19 test prior to your arrival in Poland to become exempt from the quarantine. However, that period can end early if you pass a negative test result for COVID-19 following your arrival in Poland.
For access to the stadium, full details are yet to be confirmed but could include requiring proof of vaccination or passing a negative COVID-19 test.