Liverpool have been given just 16,613 tickets by UEFA for the Champions League Final next month.
The Reds secured their place in the final in Madrid on June after an incredible comeback against Barcelona on Tuesday night.
However, fans will have to fight for a ticket for the game at Atletico Madrid’s new stadium as just 24% of the capacity has been allocated to visitors from Merseyside.
Flight and hotel prices have already rocketed following Liverpool’s victory with tens of thousands of fans set to flock to the Spanish capital.
Liverpool have confirmed the allocation at Estadio Metropolitano, which has a capacity of 68,000.
Fans who have attended seven Champions League games this season will be given first refusal from 8.15am on Wednesday May 15 until 8am on Thursday May 16 and are guaranteed a ticket.
LIVERPOOL TICKET PRICE
Here's the price to watch the Champions League Final
- Category 1: £513 (£410 restricted view)
- Category 2: £385 (£308 restricted view)
- Category 3: £154 (£120 restricted view)
- Category 4: £60
Fans have been urged not to travel to Madrid if they do not have a ticket, but that is unlikely to deter fans after Tuesday night’s heroics.
Jurgen Klopp’s side defied the odds thanks to doubles from Divock Origi and Giorginio Wijnaldum at Anfield to reach their second successive European final.