Wycombe Wanderers have been given an allocation of just 2,028 tickets for their second leg semi-final play-off match against Milton Keynes, despite the latter’s stadium boasting 30,500 seats.

The Chairboys confirmed the news on Bank Holiday Monday (Monday, May 2), which was the same day that the tickets for the match became available.

However, concerns were raised due to the low number of tickets, as well as the peculiar seating arrangements for the Chairboys fans.

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The allocation will see the traveling Wanderers support be split into two sections at Stadium: MK for when the return leg takes place on Sunday, May 8. 

The Wycombe faithful will be sectioned in the north end of the multi-million-pound arena with 1,261 fans being based in the North East, and 767 in the North West.

The decision to split the supporters up in the upper tier of the stadium, along with the incredibly low allocation, has been widely criticised by those who plan to travel to the match.

One Wycombe fan told the BFP: "Thanks a bunch, Milton Keynes.

"What a joke. Why put us up in the God's like that?

"It doesn't make sense." 

Wanderers also revealed that the match will be an all-ticket fixture, and that no sales will be available at Stadium MK on May 8.

The club continued: “The match will be shown live on Sky Sports and various international broadcasters, and will therefore not be shown on WanderersTV in any location.”

However, Wycombe revealed that they are ‘plans’ to open Adams Park to ‘enable supporters to watch the game together on TV’.

Despite moving into Stadium: MK for the 2007/08 season, the club are yet to reach more than 30,000 spectators for a single match, with their highest attended fixtures all coming in the cups. 

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In August 2014, 26,969 fans saw MK defeat Manchester United 4-0 in the League Cup.

Eighteen months later in February 2016, 28,127 people witnessed them lose 5-1 against Chelsea in that year’s FA Cup, and in August 2019, 28,521 spectators watch them lose 2-0 to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, which was again in the League Cup.

For more information, go to www.wwfc.com/news/2022/may/02/tickets-mk-dons-a-08-05.