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Wembley FA Cup Semi Final Ticket Details

Wembley FA Cup Semi Final Ticket Details


Ok, the details have been released for the semi final clash at Wembley against Chelsea.

The advice I have been given is if you can get down to the ticket office, it is a massive help to the process.

Can I also point out that whether you like the allocation or not, whether you feel you have had to wait too long or you have got bored queuing on the phone, you are dealing with good, honest and hard working people at the ticket office who don't deserve red and angry faces shouting abuse at them. Condescending thing to say but the Club have tried to be as fair as they can with the allocation and can only work on the number of tickets they are given. There will always be some cut off and unable to attend, it is a shame but that is the fault of Wembley and whoever decides to give the prawn sandwich brigade a ridiculously high amount of tickets.

Full details:

Saturday April 10 - ko 5pm
FA Cup Semi-Final
Wembley Stadium
Ticket Allocation: 31,837

Season Card Holder Ticket Prices

Cat 1 - £60 (adults), £50 (concessions)
Cat 2 - £50 (adults), £40 (concessions)
Cat 3 - £40 (adults), £30 (concessions)
Cat 4 - £30 (adults), £20 (concessions)
Concessions - Under 16s/Young Adults/Students (with NUS)/Armed Forces /Over 65s

Please note that, of the tickets available for season card holders to purchase, 48% are classified as Category 4

Disabled prices: www.avfc.co.uk/fa cup

Now the main information, the buy windows:

Buy Windows:

Tier 1

Saturday March 13 & Monday March 15: On sale to season card holders who have attended ALL FA Cup fixtures in the 2009-10 season

Monday March 15: Also on sale Doug Ellis Stand season card holders who have attended ALL HOME FA Cup fixtures in the2009-10 season

Tuesday March 16: On sale to Trinity Road Stand season card holders who have attended ALL HOME FA Cup fixtures in the2009-10 season

Wednesday March 17: On sale to Holte End Stand season card holders who have attended ALL HOME FA Cup fixtures in the 2009-10 season

Thursday March 18: On sale to North Stand season card holders who have attended ALL HOME FA Cup fixtures in the 2009-10 season OR ANY season card holders who have attended ALL AWAY FA Cup fixtures in the2009/10 season

Tier 2

Friday March 19: On sale to Doug Ellis Stand season card holders - P Block or C1 Wheelchair

Saturday March 20: On sale to Doug Ellis Stand season card holders - M Block or C2 Wheelchair

Monday March 22: On sale to Trinity Road Stand season card holders - B Block or C3 Wheelchair

Tuesday March 23: On sale to Trinity Road Stand season card holders - A Block or C4 Wheelchair

Thursday March 25: On sale to Trinity Road Stand season card holders - C Block or C5 Wheelchair

Friday March 26: On sale to Holte End Stand season card holders - L Block or C6 Wheelchair

Saturday March 27 to Sunday March 28: MISSED-AND-MIXED Weekend - On sale to supporters from the above blocks who were unable to purchase on their designated sales Saturday 27th March Window OR Season Card Holders from any of the above blocks who wish to be seated with season card holders from other blocks also stated above

Monday March 28: On sale to Holte End Stand season card holders - K Block or C7 Wheelchair

Tuesday March 30: On sale to North Stand season card holders - R Block or C8 Wheelchair

Wednesday March 31: On sale to North Stand season card holders - T Block or C9 Wheelchair

Thursday April 1: MISSED-AND-MIXED DAYS - Final opportunity for any season card holders from the above blocks to purchase a Cup Final ticket OR season card holders from any of the above blocks who wish to be seated with season card holders from other blocks also stated above.

Full details: www.avfc.co.uk/fa cup

More ticket info:

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday March 12 2010
Time: 3:53PM

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Comments

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Like the fact those season ticket holders who have attended all FA Cup games get first dibs, think that is right. And second up the home attendees.
The Fear
12/03/2010 16:25:00
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Like the fact those season ticket holders who have attended all FA Cup games get first dibs, think that is right. And second up the home attendees.
The Fear
12/03/2010 16:25:00
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Tend to agree fear, but (and this may sound selfish) what about people like me that work shifts and struggle to get to midweek games like the Palace replay. I have already had to arrange days off as holiday for LC semis, Arse and Manx. While thats the price you have to pay for supporting a 'successful' team its annoying when missing one game holds you back! having said that, Well done Villa. this is the fairest i have seen the distribution done. Its a pity the FA didnt listen to the supporters and build a decent ground, with a bigger capacity, in a decent area!!
McGrathisgod
12/03/2010 17:09:00
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Tend to agree fear, but (and this may sound selfish) what about people like me that work shifts and struggle to get to midweek games like the Palace replay. I have already had to arrange days off as holiday for LC semis, Arse and Manx. While thats the price you have to pay for supporting a 'successful' team its annoying when missing one game holds you back! having said that, Well done Villa. this is the fairest i have seen the distribution done. Its a pity the FA didnt listen to the supporters and build a decent ground, with a bigger capacity, in a decent area!!
McGrathisgod
12/03/2010 17:09:00
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I have the feeling that getting tickets will not be a problem. I presume the allocation will be as big, if not bigger than for the LC Final. Every season ticket holder will get a ticket and I would guess that as long as you have been to a couple of games this season, you will be OK.
voiceoftheholte
12/03/2010 17:22:00
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the allocation is 31.5k so surely that means that all season ticket holders will get a ticket doesnt it......................the problem will be the final. do the new 5 match tickets count as a season ticket?
wittonwisdom
12/03/2010 17:24:00
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the allocation is 31.5k so surely that means that all season ticket holders will get a ticket doesnt it......................the problem will be the final. do the new 5 match tickets count as a season ticket?
wittonwisdom
12/03/2010 17:24:00
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allocation is as above voice, 31 837.

Agree McGrathisgod, it is tough on those who can't attend, can't argue with that but obviously there has to be a cut off point. I don't mind losing out on tickets as long as I know those ahead of me have been to more games, just seems fair. I would think a fair few might not want to go to the semi but I would also think that the FA Cup final should we get there/when we get there (!?) will have those who have done the semi favoured over those not attending? Don't know, just makes sense?
The Fear
12/03/2010 17:30:00
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allocation is as above voice, 31 837.

Agree McGrathisgod, it is tough on those who can't attend, can't argue with that but obviously there has to be a cut off point. I don't mind losing out on tickets as long as I know those ahead of me have been to more games, just seems fair. I would think a fair few might not want to go to the semi but I would also think that the FA Cup final should we get there/when we get there (!?) will have those who have done the semi favoured over those not attending? Don't know, just makes sense?
The Fear
12/03/2010 17:30:00
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Had to miss the BHA game. REALLY wanted to go but had other commitments. Bugger!! Oh well. I should still get a ticket so all's good. :)
Adam Deuce
12/03/2010 22:15:00
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