Liverpool FC said that 25,578 qualifying supporters have registered for the Champions League final ticket ballot on Monday.
The club’s ticket allocation is set by UEFA and the governing body has confirmed that Liverpool will receive 16,626 tickets for the game, which will be played at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev on Saturday May 26.
Those supporters who have qualified and registered for the ticket ballot have approximately a one in 3.7 chance of being successful to purchase a ticket on Monday.
Now that the registration period has ended, the Electoral Reform Services will undertake the ballot process and the club will notify supporters of the outcome via e-mail on Friday May 11.
To ensure the safety and security of fans, the club urges supporters who do not have a ticket not to travel to Kiev, the Ukraine capital.
The breakdown of LFC’s ticket allocation is:
General supporter allocation: 63 per cent
Contractual supporter allocation; to include seasonal hospitality members and priority rights holders: 25 per cent
Match day officials/first team players/former players/media: 11 per cent
Commercial partners – contractual obligations: one per cent