Pre-registration for our first away Europa match Olympique de Marseille v Albion on Thursday 5 October, 6.45pm (CET) kick-off, is open now until Tuesday 5 September at 12noon.
We’re expecting to receive an allocation of 5% of the Orange Vélodrome stadium capacity, which should be approximately 3,350, and for demand to be high.
Any season ticket holders, 1901 Club or MyAlbion+ members interested in attending this fixture must now pre-register prior to 12noon on Tuesday 5 September.
Away Match Registration Process
Fans interested in attending our away UEFA Europa League matches must pre-register.
We’ll open a pre-registration window before each away game, information and dates of which will be added to our website in due course, which allows season ticket holders (STHs), 1901 Club (1901), and MyAlbion+ (MA+) members to register their interest in attending, along with any friends and family members (who must also be STHs, 1901 or MA+ members).
The pre-registration window doesn’t commit you to buying a ticket, nor does it guarantee you a ticket, but you must pre-register to attend away games. The process allows us to gauge demand for the matches and helps us demonstrate to the opposition the allocation size we may need.
Tickets will be sold one ticket per fan number, so every person wishing to attend must pre-register. Pre-register here.
Buying Europa League Away Match Tickets
If the number of fans registered is less than the total away allocation for the match, all those who’ve pre-registered will be guaranteed a ticket in the first sales window.
If the number of fans registered is more than the total away allocation for the match, we will provide a list of on sale windows. These windows will be based on loyalty points, with those in the first on sale window being guaranteed a ticket (if booked within the priority window). Later on sale windows are subject to availability and on a first-come-first-served basis until sold out.
Tickets going on sale
Full ticket information will be communicated to supporters who have pre-registered when available.
Other important information
All tickets for UEFA Europa League away matches have to be collected, by each named individual, along with photo ID (either a passport or driving license) at our ticket collection point in the city prior to the match. The collection facility will likely open the day prior to the match and from the morning of the match until two to three hours prior to kick-off.
Details of the ticket collection point location and its hours will be shared with ticket holders in due course. Fans without matching photo ID will not be able to collect their tickets.
Please allow plenty of time to collect your tickets prior to kick-off when booking your travel. It's possible fans will be held back at the stadium after the final whistle, so please bear this in mind when booking return travel.
Away tickets will be strictly no changes, transfers, or refunds. If you find you’ve bought a ticket and can’t attend, no refunds will be issued but please notify and return the ticket to the club to avoid non-attendance penalties.
We want to ensure those purchasing intend to travel due to anticipated high demand, if you don’t collect your ticket(s) you may face sanctions when buying the next away game.