Liverpool has finally reach the agreement of banning supporters who are selling Fake champions league ticket.
Fans selling Champions League final tickets through unauthorised secondary sites could be hit with an indefinite ban from Anfield, Liverpool have announced.
The issue of ticket availability is a long-running one for Reds supporters – even taking into account the recent Main Stand expansion at the club’s home ground, which has extended the capacity to over 54,000.
Having received just 16,613 tickets for next month’s European final against Tottenham in Madrid a club ballot for supporters not guaranteed a ticket via previous attendance criteria received 30,508 applications.
Fans had just a one in four chance of being successful and within hours of the results being announced there were reports of tickets being resold for several times their face value.
On Friday morning one resale site had tickets ranging from £2,800 to £35,000.
It prompted Liverpool, who have had a ticket investigations team operating for 18 months, to issue advice to fans considering buying these tickets and a warning to others who were reselling them.
‘Fans are warned that buying tickets via unofficial online sources does not guarantee tickets are genuine or that they will actually receive them,’ said a club statement.