Nobody expected tickets to the UEFA Champions League final to be cheap. When UEFA first announced ticket prices for the match, fans were outraged at the record-high prices for the match, but the price for tickets on the secondary market have really skyrocketed. That is to be expected with the match in London, England at famed Wembley Stadium and the two teams in the final, Manchester United and Barcelona, being arguably the two biggest clubs in the world, but prices are really in another stratosphere.
In the weeks leading up to the match there was talk that tickets had jumped from the hundreds of pounds to the thousands of pounds, but in the 24 hours leading up, numbers like £20,000 for a single ticket were being thrown around. That's right, £20,000 for a single match. For that price, the clubs better put on one hell of a show, but we all know finals tend to disappoint so enjoy that £20,000 ticket.