Chelsea and Liverpool have been handed an allocation of just over 5,000 tickets each for the UEFA Super Cup clash in Istanbul on August 14.
Chelsea and Liverpool will clash in the UEFA Super Cup as a result of their success in the Champions League and Europa League last season.
While the Vodafone Park, home to Super Lig giants Besiktas, boost a capacity of 38,000, just over 5,000 tickets will be given to Chelsea and Liverpool each.
UEFA declared that 78 per cent of tickets for the game would be made available to “supporters of the two teams and the general public” but it appears majority of those will be reserved for sale to neutral fans through UEFA channels.
Both clubs had ticketing issues for their respective recent finals. Chelsea received just 5800 tickets for the Europa League final at Baku although travel issues meant demand was nowhere near as great while Liverpool were given just 16,600 of the 64,000 tickets available for their Champions League victory over Tottenham at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid earlier this month.