Fans rage at UEFA as Champions League final ticket pricing and allocation revealed
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The Champions League final ticket pricing and allocation has been revealed ahead of the blockbuster showdown on June 10.
The Ataturk Olympic Stadium, which staged the famous Liverpool vs. AC Milan final in 2005, will host Inter vs. Man City, with the stadium boasting a capacity 75,000.
And there are four categories of prices for tickets, with the cheapest available for £61 and the most expensive available for a whopping £599. Tickets at £156 and £425 are also available for fans.
Needless to say, the ticket pricing and ridiculous allocation angered fans on social media as they slammed UEFA.
One Twitter user wrote: "That's ridiculous! Both teams should get 30,000 and even that is being generous to the sponsors!"
A second tweeted: "I think this is one of the great sporting scandals of our time."
A third added: "The pricing is ridiculous and the fact most of the seats will be taken by the corporate sector is a disgrace."
A fourth said: "UEFA tried to make out they were the good guys during that Super League fiasco."
Another said: "Disgraceful allocation and ticket prices. Travel to go on top of that too!"
So, that's well over 30,000 tickets for corporate sponsors or UEFA delegates for the Champions League final.
Under 40,000 'fans' will be in attendance for the biggest club game of the season.
What's your take on the ticket pricing and allocation? Let us know.