Wycombe Wanderers have revealed that they have sold more than 16,000 tickets for the League One play-off final at Wembley Stadium.

The Chairboys will take on Sunderland to see who will join Wigan Athletic and Rotherham United respectively in the Championship next season, with the club expecting to reach its initial allocation.

The Adams Park club were given 19,205 tickets for the final, with the EFL confirming that if they were to reach this figure, an additional 9,000 will be given.

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This will mean that there could be 28,000 Wycombe fans at Wembley on May 21.

Some of the 16,000 fans will include 200 supporters that will fly over from Spain.

To purchase your ticket, go to the Wycombe website.

There is also important travel information for Wycombe fans making their way to the game.

Chiltern Railways revealed on May 13 that a ‘special timetable’ will run on the day due to the ‘high capacity’ of people making their way to the capital.

This will mean that fans will in Aylesbury will not be able to get to the game via the Aylesbury Parkway Station, as Chiltern Railways confirmed that no trains will run into Marylebone.

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Instead, supporters in the town can go via a replacement bus service from the following locations:

  • Aylesbury Vale Parkway
  • Aylesbury
  • Stoke Mandeville
  • Wendover
  • Great Missenden
  • Amersham
  • Beaconsfield

Bucks Free Press: The travel information for the final The travel information for the final

They said: “A high capacity special timetable with additional trains will be in operation between High Wycombe and Wembley Stadium, from approximately 09.30, and also back to High Wycombe after the match.

“Queuing systems will be in operation at both High Wycombe and Wembley Stadium stations.

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“In order to ensure smooth boarding of trains at High Wycombe, please ensure you purchase your train tickets before the day of travel.”

They continued: “We expect finalised timetables to be uploaded into online journey planners by May 19.”

For more information, go to www.chilternrailways.co.uk/tickets-and-times/changes and visit May 21 on the calendar.