EINTRACHT Frankfurt have sold out all 50,000 tickets for a public viewing of the Europa League final against Rangers in Deutsche Bank Park next week.

The Bundesliga giants are screening the match live in the Walstadion for supporters who are unable to travel to Seville.

They have put up a 400 square metre LED screen on the pitch and will have live acts and interviews with special guests to entertain fans during the three hours before kick-off.

Tickets for the live screening of the match, which cost €10 each when they went on sale on Monday, are now being offered for inflated prices on eBay.

Rangers have angered their fans by refusing to show the final at Ibrox despite managing director Stewart Robertson stating the staff who would be needed to stage a beamback will be in Seville.