Champions League final: Just over half of tickets will be given to fans
Just over half of all tickets will be available to fans
UEFA have announced the allocation of tickets for this season's UEFA Champions League final at Atletico Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano on June 1.
The European football governing body revealed that just over half (34,000) of the 63,500 capacity of the stadium will be made available for supporters of the two finalists.
Another 5,500 will go on general sale to public, while a massive 25,500 tickets "are allocated to the local organising committee, UEFA and national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters".
In terms of pricing for the final, the cheapest available tickets will be £60, and the most expensive ticket will be £513.
There are four Premier League teams in the quarter-finals of this season's tournament - Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool - alongside Dutch giants Ajax, LaLiga leaders Barcelona, Serie A holders Juventus and FC Porto.
Each team that qualifies for the final will be set to receive 17,000 tickets for their season tickets holders.
So, if you're a supporter of one of the clubs that makes the final you will have a very tough time in securing a ticket, but if you're a member of the UEFA family then it may be a little easier.
If, after all of that, you want to apply for tickets, you can do so here.