Secondary Market Round of 16 Champions League Tickets Led By Juventus against Bayern Munich

The Round of 16 for this year’s Champions League tournament is set, as the first set of games are slated for February 16th in 2016. There were eight groups (A through H) that competed in a six-week schedule to get to the elimination portion of the tournament with Real Madrid earning the most points during that process.

Along with Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain advanced from Group A, Vfl Wolfsburg and PSV Eindhoven advanced from Group B, Club Atletico de Madrid and SL Benfica came out of Group C and Group D saw Manchester City and Juventus advance. The latter half of the groups saw Barcelona and AS Roma move forward in Group E, Bayern Munchen and Arsenal advanced in Group F, Chelsea and Dynamo Kyiv survived in Group G and finally, Zenit and KAA Gent moved forward in Group H.

There are four days of games in February that cover the first half of the Round of 16 (eight games), starting on the aforementioned date of the 16th through the 24th. Of the matches in February, the most attractive matches are between PSG and Chelsea, Juventus and Bayern Munich and Arsenal against Barcelona.

According to Ticketbis.com tickets to Juventus against Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena on February 23rd are the most expensive on the secondary market with a get-in price of $360. Coming in from behind is when PSG hosts Chelsea at Parc des Princes on February 16th with a get-in price of $225, followed by Barcelona hosting Arsenal at Camp Nou with a get-in price of $166.

Although there is plenty of time to determine who will play in the Champions League final, secondary market tickets are starting from $1,677 on Ticketbis. The final match will be played on May 28th at Stadio San Siro in Milano, Italy and a time has yet to be confirmed.

For those who aren’t familiar, the Champions League format is to play two games between the matched up clubs with goals scored on the road being more valuable than goals scored at home.