After Saturday’s roller-coaster ride to victory at our new home, we head to Wembley this weekend (Saturday 29 May, 3pm kick-off) to face Swansea City in the Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Final.
Frozen Season Ticket Holders and Premium Seat Holders with 1,000+ Ticket Access Points (TAPs) are now able to book their tickets on a first come, first served basis. Everybody above the 1,000+ TAPs threshold who has not bought a ticket is eligible to buy in this final wave of sales, so there are far more people in this group than tickets available, therefore these tickets are not guaranteed. Don’t miss out, buy yours now. Your booking deadline is 1pm tomorrow, Friday 28 May.
You will need to purchase your tickets online, and all tickets must be collected from the Box Office. Sadly, there is no option for posting tickets. The Box Office is open at Brentford Community Stadium on Thursday and Friday (9am-8pm) for collections of online orders only. Please note you will not be allowed to buy at the window, collections only.
We understand that those in higher TAPs groups may have opted not to purchase tickets because they wish to watch the game with family and friends. We are therefore providing these fans with another opportunity to secure their seat alongside frozen Season Ticket Holders and Premium Seat Holders in lower TAPs thresholds.
These tickets have been permitted to help support the NHS with a status service trial relating to the free NHS App. Further information can be found using the link below.
There are spaces for social distancing between all allocated seats at Wembley, however we would encourage you to book in groups, using our Friends and Family functionality, to allow six eligible fans to sit close together. Read more about Friends and Family here.
All remaining Match Tickets are Category 2 and 3 and priced at £55/£45 adult (concession prices £27.50/£22.50 for seniors and under-16s). View price plan map here. All under-16s must be accompanied by an adult. Whichever category you choose, your tickets will be auto allocated. If you want to sit with friends and family, you will need to buy in a group.
Further details on how to access Wembley Stadium and facilities will be communicated to all ticket holders.
Attendees will need to wear a face covering (unless exempt) and be socially distanced from other groups
Alcohol will not be on sale at Wembley Stadium
All tickets are non-transferable and can only be used by the named Season Ticket Holder. Proof of ID for all adults is required at the stadium. (If the ID does not match the name on the ticket, then the supporter will be refused entry)
Name changes on tickets will NOT be possible
Information on the NHS trial at the Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Final can be found here.