UEFA have ruled out changing the price of tickets for the Champions League final at Wembley in May.
President Michael Platini has conceded that tickets are too expensive, but UEFA has no plans to reduce their price.
The cheapest ticket on public sale for the final on May 28th will be £150 plus a £26 booking fee.
Platini has also said family tickets should be half the price they are on sale for.
However, UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino has confirmed that the prices will not be altered.
He said: “The ticket prices for Wembley will not change – the ticket sales have already started and the president expressed his opinion about that.”
The final will mark the second time it has been played on a Saturday – a move Platini backed to enable more families to attend.
Platini said in L’Equipe: “It’s good that we have been alerted about it and we are going to look at it again in the future.”
He added that the pricing of the tickets “isn’t brilliant”.