Chelsea and Manchester United will face off each other in what promises to be an intriguing final. There are a whole lot riding on the final. Fans of both teams will be eager to know how to purchase the ticket for the match. As a result, we have brought to you How To Buy FA Cup Final 2018 Tickets.
The FA Cup final is a must-watch match for lovers of football. Chelsea Vs Manchester United is always a cracker. Add the touchline battle of the two coaches: Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte, then you have yourself a classic. We will show you How To Buy FA Cup Final 2018 Tickets so you can watch this match and enjoy the game. It is the third FA Cup final meeting between Manchester United and Chelsea, with both sides winning one each. when Chelsea won Manchester United, they were managed by who else?, Jose Mourinho in 2007.
How To Buy FA Cup Final 2018 Tickets
Details about the match are below.
Game Chelsea vs Manchester United
Date Saturday, May 19
Time 17:15 BST / 12:15 ET
How Much Is The Ticket?
Tickets for the 2018 FA Cup final range from £45 to £145 for adults with pricing varying according to category, which indicates the area of the stadium that the seats are located.
Category 1 tickets are the most expensive at £145, Category 2 follows at £115 and Category 3 tickets are priced at £70. The cheapest tickets – Category 4 – cost £45. Concession prices are also available, with Category 1 and 2 tickets costing £25 less, while Category 3 and 4 concession tickets come with a £10 discount.
You can see a full breakdown of the FA Cup final ticket prices in the table below.
Type Adult Concession
Category 1 £145 £120
Category 2 £115 £90
Category 3 £70 £60
Category 4 £45 £35
How To Buy The Match Tickets
The FA has confirmed that each club will be allocated just over 28,000 tickets for the final and the clubs themselves will be the sole distributors of tickets to supporters. Manchester United are running a ballot for their ticket allocation and applications can be made online until 08:00 on April 27.
After the application window closes the club estimates that the ballot will take three days. The Red Devils have indicated that they are only accepting applications from season ticket holders who have purchased tickets for all seven of their home cup matches and they will then prioritise the ballot based on those individuals who applied for the most away games during the 2017-18 season.
Chelsea have not yet confirmed how they will conduct ticket sales for the event, but they are likely to follow a similar method to United by rewarding the most loyal fans via their online ticket portals. Roughly 56,000 tickets are going directly to the fans of the two clubs but the FA says that 14,000 tickets will be distributed among the English ‘football family’, that is volunteers, regional associations, affiliated leagues and so on.
Considering Wembley’s 90,000 capacity, that leaves around 20,000 tickets. As with other events of similar scale it is likely that the remaining tickets will be taken up by commercial and broadcasting partners.
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