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How to get Championship play-off final tickets 2024

The EFL Championship play-off semi-finals are now complete with Leeds and Southampton both coming through to book their places in the final at Wembley on Sunday, 26 May.

Both sets of fans are on the hunt for Championship play-off final tickets and with allocations and prices now confirmed, we have all the information you'll need below to get your hands on tickets for the match that is often dubbed ‘football's richest game'.

Championship playoff final
Leeds and Southampton will be looking to emulate Luton Town after the Hatters won the 2023 Championship play-off final – Photo by Icon Sport

How to get Championship play-off final tickets 2024

To get tickets for the Championship play-off final you are going to need to be either a match-going supporter of Leeds or Southampton or have deep pockets. Leeds have given an allocation of 35,796 tickets for the match while Southampton have been given 35,667.

Interestingly, that means there will be slightly more Leeds fans inside Wembley than Southampton with the reasons for this unknown.

How to get Leeds tickets for the Championship play-off final

From Saturday, 18th May until Tuesday, 21st May, all season ticket holders at Elland Road, seasonal hospital members and away season ticket holders were given the opportunity to purchase tickets.

On Monday, 20th May, phase two of the Leeds ticket sales process started. This gave 2023/24 My Leeds Members who had purchased a ticket for nine or more games across the season the opportunity to purchase tickets.

These fans were given until midday on Tuesday, 21st May to buy a play-off final ticket. If any tickets remain, a new sales window will open in due course.

How to get Southampton tickets for the Championship play-off final

Southampton have already confirmed that all of their tickets for the Championship play-off final are sold out. Their ticket sales process was slightly different to Leeds hence the quick resolution.

Season ticket holders were given priority access on Saturday, 18th May and Sunday, 19th May before the sales window opened to official members on Monday, 20th May.

Championship play-off final – Hospitality

The only way to guarantee yourself a ticket for the Championship play-off final at this stage is to purchase a Club Wembley ticket. This is Wembley's hospitality but unlike most stadiums, Club Wembley tickets can't be purchased on a match-by-match basis. Instead, they are sold for the year ahead.

As a result, if you purchase a Club Wembley membership in preparation for the play-off final then you will also get a ticket for other big events such as the FA Cup final, Carabao Cup final, England home matches and concerts at Wembley.

Prices for Club Wembley hospitality range from £2,640 to £13,002.

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Club Wembley tickets come at a premium – Photo by Icon Sport

Championship play-off final tickets 2024 – Prices

General admission ticket prices for the 2024 Championship play-off final are as follows:

Category 1: £105 (Adult), £78.75 (Young Adult), £52.50 (Concession)

Category 2: £82 (Adult), £61.50 (Young Adult), £40 (Concession)

Category 3: £67 (Adult), £50.25 (Young Adult), £33.50 (Concession)

Category 4: £54 (Adult), £40.50 (Young Adult), £27 (Concession)

Category 5: £37 (Adult), £27.75 (Young Adult), £18.50 (Concession)

How to watch the Championship play-off final

If you aren't able to get a ticket for the Championship play-off final then you can still watch it from the comfort of your own home. The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Football with kick-off scheduled for 15:00 UK time.

If you don't have a Sky Sports subscription then you can purchase a Sky Sports pass on Now TV for the month and enjoy the play-off final in addition to other sporting action in the month of May, including the final day of the Premier League season and all of the other EFL play-off matches.


Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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