Liverpool are disappointed that their ticket allocation for the Champions League final will be restricted to 17,000 tickets.
The club complained about its allocation at the 63,000 capacity stadium in Athens, but Uefa have stoood firm on the issue.
“The bottom line is that Uefa has not supplied anywhere near enough tickets,” said a Liverpool statement.
“Liverpool have expressed their disappointment and frustration to Uefa – but have been told categorically that no more tickets will be allocated to the club, not even the returned tickets from Milan – they will go into a Uefa ballot.
“Liverpool Football Club understands and shares the disappointment of their fans in what is a very frustrating situation.
“Our policy on tickets was available right from the start of the season and has not changed.
“The ballot for Liverpool fans was drawn up to be as fair as possible to fans, but the bottom line is that Uefa has not supplied enough tickets for the match.”
Uefa spokesman William Gaillard responded: “If we built a stadium with a million seats, the match would still sell out.”
Uefa has given each club 17,000 tickets while 20,000 are for the ‘Uefa family’ with 9,000 having been sold by ballot.