Liverpool booked their place in the Champions League final with a 7-6 win over Roma on aggregate on Wednesday night, but many fans will be left disappointed when it comes to obtaining tickets for the final in Kiev.
The Reds will meet Real Madrid in the showpiece on May 26, with Los Blancos hoping to win the title for the third successive year after beating Bayern Munich in the last four.
It promises to be a historic evening whatever happens, but Liverpool fans will have a tough time getting tickets, with under 17,000 allocated despite the stadium holding over 70,000 seats.
The majority of the tickets will be category three, which means Reds fans will have a choice between paying £109 and £140 depending on the view.
Category one tickets, the most expensive, are priced at a staggering £394. It looks like being a tough few weeks for many hopefuls on Merseyside.
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