Liverpool fans must pay up to nearly £400 for a Uefa Champions League Final ticket but face a battle to get one.
The Reds have around 26,000 season ticket holders but, like opponents Real Madrid, have been given only 16,626 tickets for the May 26 match at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev.
Liverpool have been given 1,000 top-price seats of £394, although some of these are restricted view and cost £315.
Just over half of the Reds allocation is for category three tickets, which are £140 each.
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There will be around 4,400 tickets for Liverpool fans at £280 each, while there are 2,660 tickets in the cheapest band, priced at £61, although there are some restricted view seats at £48.
The stadium capacity for the match will be reduced from 70,000 to 63,000 and Liverpool and Real will have half of the tickets.
A further 6,700 tickets were sold to supporters via a ballot on the Uefa website in March. The rest of the seats are going to corporate hospitality, the local organising committee, Uefa and national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters.
Uefa consulted the independent Football Supporters’ Europe network before setting the prices.