The public will not be able to purchase tickets for the fifth Champions League match of the group stages against Liverpool FC, set to take place next Tuesday the 21st of November at the Sánchez Pizjuán (kick-off at 20:45 pm).
The English side has already sold all of its available tickets, the 5% allowance at the Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium, whilst UEFA (organizers of the competition) have been assigned its own proportion of seats.
The match will be attended by both normal and total season ticket holders. All season ticket holders (except those only permitted to attend La Liga matches) have a reserved seat for the game.
Those season-ticket holders not attending the match will have the option to sell their tickets - these 'free seat' tickets will be the only way to purchase tickets for Champions League clash. With this exception, a full stadium is guaranteed next Tuesday in the Sevillista stadium.
As already witnessed at the most recent Champions League match against Spartak Moscow, the club will maintain its zero-tolerance policy on the resale of tickets and will enforce strict controls on the gates, ensuring that those who have acquired their ticket through resale will not gain entry into the stadium on Tuesday.