A win Saturday would see them victors three consecutive years, the first team to do so since Germany's Bayern Munich won the then-called European Cup final from 1974-76.
With deep regret, we have had to cancel three flights to Kiev.
Liverpool said in a statement that they were continuing to work with with relevant stakeholders to try and arrange some alternative travel arrangements with over 1,000 fans missing their flights.
Liverpool have a football match on Saturday evening. No one in their right minds would've predicted Liverpool getting this far back in August, but Jurgen Klopp and his players have certainly deserved their place in the final - having overcome the likes of Porto, Manchester City and Roma along the way. "We had the most exceptional run to the final, scoring the most goals".
One such fan is 75-year-old Arnie Ashley, who has supported the Reds all his life and was due to fly to Kiev. I mean he's got close like any good defender should do and sometimes when you get that close and make contact you do interlink arms.
2-Real Madrid's Daniel Carvajal plays a nice through ball but Isco is caught offsiide for what would've been the game's first real chance.
Marc Booth said on Twitter: "The disappointment is huge for all".
Liverpool have offered full refunds to fans who are set to miss out.
Three other flights from the Liverpool-based company will go ahead and affected customers will be refunded.
"Supporters who were booked on flight numbers ET8704 and ET8706, and those who were unable to travel on the rearranged ET8700 flight booked through Worldchoice Sports, will be able to claim the refund", the club said on their website.
"No, I don't think so (there is any blame)", Lampard said.
More than 20,000 Liverpool supporters are still expected to be in the Olimpiyskiy stadium tonight.