How do I apply for a Visa for UEFA Europa League Final 2023? - Europa League

UEFA Europa League Final 2023, Legal Information

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UEFA Guidelines

Applicants for Schengen visas are required to submit: 

  • a completed and signed visa application form (a separate form is required for each traveller) available at:

  • a valid passport with at least two empty pages, issued within the last ten years and valid for at least three months after the date on which the applicant intends to leave the Schengen area (or, in the case of multiple journeys, the date on which the applicant intends to leave for the final time); 

  • proof of travel insurance covering emergency medical care, hospitalisation and repatriation (including in the event of death), with minimum cover of €30,000, valid for the entire Schengen area and the full duration of the stay; 

  • documents confirming the purpose of travel, the necessary means of subsistence (bank account statement on the last 3 months) and a confirmed accommodation for the duration of the stay; 

  • a flight/train/bus ticket for the trip;

  • an invitation letter issued by UEFA (please contact the project leader you are in contact with at UEFA).

Applications must, in principle, be submitted to the relevant embassy or consulate at least 15 days, but no more than six months, before the start of the intended journey. 

As a rule, once a Schengen visa application has been submitted, a decision is taken within 15 calendar days. This may be extended to 45 days if a more detailed examination of the application and/or additional documentation is required. 

More detailed information on applying for visas for Hungary is available at: