European football ruling body, UEFA on Monday announced that the final of the Europa League in Gdnansk later this month will be witnessed by 9,500 fans in the stadium.
UEFA in its statement noted that the decision was reached following an agreement with Polish authorities.
The stadium can use up to 25 per cent of its capacity for the May 26 final.
However, foreign fans will have to observe coronavirus rule for entry into Poland and restrictions when there.
The sales of the ticket were launched on Monday and will end on Friday.
The semi-final second legs are this Thursday when Manchester United defend a 6-2 lead away to Roma and Arsenal attempt to overcome a 2-1 deficit at home to Villarreal.