West Ham fans have been given a boost in their scramble for tickets with another 890 being made available to the club for the Conference Final.
Uefa have now made them available after negotiations between the club and the tournament organisers.
It means that 5,780 are now on offer to fans at prices ranging between 25 and 125 Euros.
It follows black market prices reaching £9,000 for the final on June 7 at the Eden Arena against Fiorentina of Italy.
The Italians, who have a stadium that holds 43,147 people, are believed to have been awarded the same updated allocation. However, security fears have risen with thousands of of ticketless fans travelling to Prague.
But West Ham season ticket holder Dr Brian Davis, a psychologist of Forest Gate, said: ‘The whole ticketing situation is beyond a joke.
‘We spend our lifetimes paying out money to support our club, and we finally get close to winning something, this is how we are treated by UEFA.
‘How on earth did UEFA come to pick such a tiny ground for this match? There is a lot of resentment among us towards them.’