Liverpool fans to spend £3.5m on tickets for Champions League final in Paris

Liverpool fans are set to splash out at least £3.5m on Champions League final tickets when the Reds travel to Paris on May 28th.

UEFA have announced the ticket allocations for the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid. Each club has been allocated 20,000 tickets for the final, which works out as half of the Stade de France’s capacity.

Liverpool have also revealed how much tickets will cost, as well as how many are available in each category. Category one tickets will cost £578.63 each (£461.23 restricted view). Tickets in category two will cost £410.91 (£327.05 restricted view), category three £125.79 each (£100.63 restricted view, and category four £50.32 each (£41.93 restricted view).

The majority of tickets will be in category three (11,140), followed by category four (4,660), category two (3,280) and category one (920).

That means Liverpool’s ticket allocation is worth a combined total of £3,515,916.20, not accounting for restricted view tickets.

Jurgen Klopp's side booked their spot in the 2022 Champions League final on Tuesday evening after overcoming a spirited fightback from Villarreal.

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Despite claiming a comfortable 2-0 victory at Anfield, the Reds surrendered their advantage inside the opening 45 minutes with the aggregate score level at half-time.

However, January signing Luis Diaz was once again the inspiration for Liverpool and – helped by a calamitous 15-minute spell for Yellow Submarine goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli – the Reds turned the game on its head to seal a spot in Paris on May 28.

And, in a repeat of the 2018 outing, Liverpool will face off against the most decorated side in Champions League history after Real Madrid pulled off a sensational late comeback against Premier League rivals Manchester City.

Trailing 5-3 in the dying embers of the game, substitute Rodrygo netted two goals in two minutes to send the game to extra-time. Before Karim Benzema slotted home from the spot with a 95th-minute winner for Los Blancos.

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