Wycombe Wanderers have been given an allocation of 19,205 tickets for their League One play-off final against Sunderland on May 21.

Tickets for the match will go on sale on Wednesday, May 11 with the Chairboys faithful being situated in the East End of Wembley Stadium.

Wanderers also confirmed that there is a possibility that their allocation could be increased to 28,000 for the showpiece against the Black Cats.

This is on the basis that 'generate sufficient demand' is shown in purchasing of tickets.

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In a brief statement, Wycombe Wanderers said: "It is therefore important that fans pledge their support to the team by encouraging friends, family, neighbors and colleagues to join them for a special day at Wembley.

"Buying early therefore increases the likelihood of more fans being able to attend on the day."

What do fans/spectators need to do to watch Wycombe play Sunderland at Wembley?

The purchasing of tickets has been split into the three following phases.

Phase 1

  • The first phase of ticket sales will be exclusively for Season Ticket Holders and those that waived their entitlement to a refund on their 2020/21 season ticket.
  • This phase opens at 9am, online only, on Wednesday, May 11. 
  • Each registered user can purchase up to six tickets.

Phase 2

  • The second phase of ticket sales, starting on Friday, May 13 at 10am, will then allow all supporters with a purchase history on the ticketing system during the 2020/21 season onwards (and subsequently hold an account) to purchase up to six tickets each.

Phase 3

  • A third phase of sales, opening on Monday, May 16 at 10am – but only subject to availability - will allow Wycombe Wanderers supporters who did not hold a ticketing account prior to Tuesday, May 10 to purchase up to two tickets each.
  • Any supporter buying tickets will need to create an account on the ticketing system if they have not previously done so.
  • This can be done quickly by heading to tickets.wwfc.com and selecting the ‘Create Account’ option in the top-right corner.

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Seating allocation

The initial release of seats will be in blocks 102-113, with additional blocks to be added pending sufficient demand, whilst a dedicated family area has been created within 1,700 seats in blocks 105-108.

If you would like to be part of the singing section, this will be in blocks 111-112.

In terms of choosing seats, Wycombe said: "There is no specific criteria required to book in these areas; the club will leave it to the discretion of its supporters to decide where in the stadium they prefer to sit."

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Pricing categories at Wembley Stadium are split into three sections and there is also a concession rate for supporters aged 65 and over as well as for children aged 16 and under.

The Young Adult applies to ages 17-21. All children (16 and under) must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Children under 2 are not permitted into the stadium.

The prices are set by Wembley Stadium, and to see them, visit www.wwfc.com/news/2022/may/10/wembley-tickets-210522.

The club continued: "Tickets will be available to buy online at all times during the three phases outlined above.

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"The club strongly recommends that supporters use the online method for the fastest, most efficient way of purchasing their tickets.

"To buy online, visit tickets.wwfc.com and log in using your email address and account password.

"Select the relevant fixture, choose your seats (up to six per user) and proceed to the payment page.

"The club is keen to reduce potential high volumes of traffic for ticket sales on the phones and at Adams Park, and asks fans to book online where possible and not visit Adams Park or use the ticketing hotline.

"Those that do require assistance over the phone or at Adams Park are thanked in advance for their patience during what will be a busy period.

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Tickets will be on sale until 11:59pm on Thursday, May 19  and these will all be digital e-tickets that can be scanned on arrival.

"The availability of any remaining tickets will be announced after this time."

Sunderland's allocation for the match will be 37,480. 

It will kick-off at 3pm.