Uefa has reduced the cheapest ticket for this year's Champions League final at Wembley to £68.
European football's governing body was accused of exploiting supporters when the match was last staged in London two years ago by charging a total of £176 for the cheapest neutral ticket.
Fans will pay £60 for the lowest-priced individual tickets, although the cost comes to £68 once £8 of administration and postage charges are added.
Uefa announced on Friday that it has listened to that criticism and lowered prices for the showpiece match, which takes place on 25 May, after consulting football fans across Europe.
"It is correct we should give the opportunity to everyone to go to the match irrespective of their financial conditions," a spokesman said.
Only 11,800 of the 59,000 tickets on general sale will be priced in this new low category. The rest will be sold at much higher prices ranging from £140 to £330.