Should any Premier League club reach the Champions League final, many dedicated fans will miss out, as teams will receive just 17,000 tickets each.
Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester United and Manchester City are all in contention to reach the showpiece event, which will this year be held at Atletico Madrid’s 68,000-capacity Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
All four English representatives, who discover their fate in the last eight in Friday morning’s draw, have more than 17,000 season ticket holders.
In addition to the supporter allocation, another 4,000 tickets will be made available to the general public, while the remaining 25,500 tickets go to local organising committee, UEFA and national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters.
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The cheapest ticket at for the final is £60, while the most expensive ticket is £513.
In 2018, Liverpool and Real Madrid fans were given just under 17,000 tickets for the final at NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev, which had its capacity reduced to 63,000.
In Cardiff a year earlier, Real and Juventus supporters were given 19,000 tickets, with 24,500 of the 66,000 at the Principality Stadium filled by sponsors, partners and hospitality.