Liverpool fans are being warned not to go to Kiev unless they have a ticked for the Champions League Final this Saturday.
It's been confirmed that there will be no big screens erected in the Ukrainian capital for away supporters to watch the match.
A number of officers from Merseyside Police will be travelling over to help keep the event a safe one.
Officers in Merseyside say they have been working closely with the Ukranian police, Spanish police, Liverpool Football Club and supporter groups ahead of Saturday night’s match.
They're asking people to stay sensible at John Lennon Airport to make sure everyone gets their flights on time.
We want every fan to have a safe and enjoyable experience in Kiev.
Chief Superintendent Dave Charnock said: "While we understand and appreciate that many Liverpool fans will want to travel to Kiev, I would continue to encourage fans who do not have tickets to not travel. There is no designated screen area in Kiev where the match is being shown. We would also advise people against trying to buy tickets from touts outside the stadium."
Safety advice from Merseyside Police
Use the laid on shuttle busses to get to the nominated Liverpool fan zone from the airport
Shevchenko Park is located 15 minutes’ walk from the stadium and should be used as a central point
Follow the Club's official website and social media feeds for information during their visit
Arrive in plenty of time
Don't buy tickets from touts
Stay in larger groups
Keep an eye on your money and belongings