Tickets for the all-England final in Madrid are like gold dust with just 16,613 allocated to either side despite the Wanda Metropolitano stadium holding 63,000.
Ever since the two Premier League sides reached the final earlier this month the desperate search has been on for tickets.
Many loyal supporters have missed out despite holding season tickets.
With tickets being flogged on resale sites for huge sums it has led fans to hit out at those who are more interested in making money than watching their teams.
“Don’t rip off your fellow Reds by reselling Madrid tickets to make a profit”
One Liverpool fan tweeted: “Don’t rip off your fellow Reds by reselling Madrid tickets to make a profit.
“If you do you’ll have no sympathy whatsoever from genuine fans.
“I saw less than an hour after the ballot results there were tickets on sale on reselling websites for £5.5k. People with no intention of going to Madrid.”
Another Reds fan put it: “Robbing their own fans them touts.
“Shocking carry on! Have a mate who hasn’t missed a game all season and he didn’t get a sniff of a ticket for the final.”
Supporters from both clubs are unhappy.
A Spurs fan wrote: “It’s disgusting, some are just interested in making cash, it makes you sick.”
Many supporters have still made the trip to Madrid with the hope of getting a ticket or just to soak up the atmosphere in the Spanish capital.
One man without a ticket tweeted: “We are driving from Liverpool doh with a bunch of lads.
“Be some trip! We booked accommodation like nine months ago for the final and luckily we are in it.”
Both Spurs and Liverpool have said they will give crackdown hard on fans selling their tickets.
Tottenham announced they have given lifetime bans to three supporters.
An official tweet read: “The club has this week issued indefinite bans to three season ticket holders who have listed their Champions League final tickets on a secondary ticketing platform.