Liverpool FC has released the following breakdown of the ticket allocation for the Champions League final against Tottenham Hotspur in Madrid on Saturday June 1.

The ticket allocation is set by UEFA and the governing body has confirmed that Liverpool have received 16,613 tickets for the game, which will be played at Estadio Metropolitano.

Full selling details for the final and dates of sale can be viewed here.

The breakdown of the club’s ticket allocation is as follows.

  • General admission supporter allocation – 63 per cent
  • Contractual supporter allocation; to include seasonal hospitality members and priority rights holders – 25 per cent
  • Matchday officials/first-team players/former players/media allocations – 11 per cent
  • Commercial partners, contractual allocations – 1 per cent

The club will be utilising the higher priced tickets for the contractual allocations, meaning the majority of the lower priced tickets, including all those priced at £60, will be available for the general supporter allocation.

To ensure the safety and security of supporters, the club urges fans who do not have a ticket not to travel to Madrid.