Liverpool fanatics must pay £73 for a ticket for their Champions League semi-final 2nd leg tie against Roma at the Stadio Olimpico.
The club have received an allocation of 5,000 for the 70,634-capacity stadium with supporters who have attended at least one away European fixture each this season or two years up to now first in line.
Alternatively, Roma have requested additional safety features for visiting fanatics.
“AS Roma have suggested us to write the identify of each and every supporter attending on the ticket purchased,” discussed a commentary on Liverpool’s internet website.
“ID may well be requested at the turnstiles when gaining access to the stadium and checked against the identify on the ticket.
“Please do not take a look at to remove the identify from the fee tag as you’ll be able to be refused get entry to.”
Fans group of workers Spirit of Shankly, who complained about pricing for the last-16 away leg in Porto, have referred to as for movement yet again.
“The associated fee that Roma are charging for tickets is appalling. This is a clear case of climbing the associated fee to monetise our loyal fortify,” discussed a commentary on the group of workers’s Twitter account.
“Like Porto previous than them, Roma have decided our fanatics will have to pay a best fee for the risk to see their team of workers.
“We identify on LFC, along with other golfing apparatus, to protest to UEFA inside of probably the most tough words that away fanatics in Europe, already faced with best commute costs to use their team of workers, will have to not be taken advantage of in longer term and that away ticket prices will have to be capped.”