Over 500,000 fans have applied for tickets but only 24,000 are available.
An incredible 20 times more Borussia Dortmund fans have applied for Champions League final tickets at Wembley than are available.
The club report that around 502,000 Dortmund supporters have signed up to watch the match, but only 24,000 tickets have been allocated to the German team.
Fans of the club will be keen to see the all-German final on 25 May when Dortmund take on Bayern Munich, after they knocked out Real Madrid 4-3 on aggregate in the semi final.
The Bundesliga runners-up are recognised as having some of the most vocal fans in Europe and their fan-base has grown from 8,000 members a decade ago, to around 100,000 at present.
Staff at the club reported that they had received 250,000 requests for tickets just 24 hours after the second-leg with Madrid had finished and it seems there are going to be a lot of disappointed fans come 25 May.
“I’m sorry that we will be nowhere near filling all of these requests,” Dortmund chairman Hans-Joachim Watzke was quoted on BBC Sport.
“Since we only have 24,000 at our disposal we will only be able to fulfil every 20th request.”
Jurgen Klopp and his side will be looking to win the competition for the first time since 1997 when they take on Bayern at Wembley.
However, their rivals have had a lot more experience in recent times with the 2013 final being their third appearance at this stage in four years.
Jupp Heynckes team were defeated by Chelsea in 2012 after a late Didier Drogba goal forced penalties and lost to Jose Mourinho’s Inter Milan 2-0 in 2010.
The two sides played out a 1-1 draw with each other at the weekend in what was a rehearsal for quite possibly the biggest game of the season.