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Tottenham Hotspur announce ‘affordable’ Women’s FA Cup Final tickets

Women's FA Cup Final tickets are now available to buy for Tottenham Hotspur fans and the pricing has been praised by fans on social media. The match against Manchester United will take place on Sunday, May 12, at 2:30.

Women’s FA Cup Final tickets – Sold in three phases

Spurs have announced the prices for Women’s FA Cup Final tickets on the club website. An allocation of 11,800 general admission tickets was given to the North London club, which they expect to be in “extremely high demand”.

The allocation will be sold in three phrases in order of priority. Spurs listed the different phases of ticket sales as follows (via Tottenham Hotspur FC):

  • “Monday 22 April, 10am:Season Ticket Holders for the Women’s team will be invited to purchase two tickets each.
  • “Tuesday 23 April, 10am:Supporters who have purchased tickets for a minimum of two Spurs Women home matches at Brisbane Road during the current season will be invited to purchase two tickets each. Please note, tickets would need to have been purchased in advance directly from Tottenham Hotspur to qualify.
  • “(Subject to availability) Wednesday 24 April, 10am:Men’s Season Ticket Holders, Premium Members and One Hotspur Members will be invited to purchase at a rate of one ticket per CRN from the remainder of our allocation on a first-come-first-served basis.”

Women’s FA Cup Final tickets ‘affordable’ for Spurs fans

Spurs also announced the ticket prices for the final, which have been set by the FA. Category 1 seats in Club Wembley cost £30, while tickets in Category 2 and 3 cost £25 and £15, respectively. Concessions for seniors over 65 and young adults aged 18-21 cost £10, while tickets for juniors under 18 cost £5.

Safe standing tickets are located in rows 31-44 in blocks 132-135. Fans in safe standing areas must be a minimum of 12 years old.

Over on X.com (formerly Twitter) the reaction to the ticket pricing has gone down well with Spurs fans. @RhiannonDurban said: “Risky but…. Shout out for the women’s team making the FA Cup final lads? Let’s get a big support out at Wembley for them – tickets are actually gettable and affordable so a great chance to bring your kids along and see Spurs in a final. Love the show cheers.”

@Lilywhite_Rose added: Think this is fairest way you could have done it. As a Men’s season ticket holder I’ll be hoping to get one on the 24th.”


Will Murray

Freelance football journalist. Experience writing for When Saturday, Comes, Goalkeeper.com, Elite Scholars and Total Football Analysis. Recently finished an MA in Sport Journalism at the University of Brighton. Long-time season ticket holder at the two-time European Champions Nottingham Forest.

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