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Wycombe Wanderers ticket details announced for domestic final

Wycombe Wanderers ticket details have been announced for their Bristol Street Motors Trophy final against Peterborough United.

Wycombe beat Bradford City 1-0 in the semi-final to secure their place at Wembley Stadium.

Wycombe Wanderers ticket allocation

Wycombe Wanderers have been allocated 25,000 tickets in the West End of Wembley Stadium.

The on-sale dates have not been confirmed yet, however, the club announced that they will be selling tickets through their own ticketing platform, instead of using an external provider.

In a club statement, Wycombe Wanderers said: “On-sale dates will be confirmed as soon as possible. The club are proud to be selling tickets through its own ticketing platform, rather than using an external provider, and the ticketing team are working round the clock to build the Wembley Stadium seating plan into the platform and finalising all arrangements before commencing its sales process.”

Wycombe Wanderers ticket pricing

There are six pricing categories for Wycombe Wanderers fans at Wembley Stadium, including category four, which is a standing area.

Tickets for adults aged 22-24 will cost £20 in category six up to £60 in category one. Meanwhile, young adults aged 17-21 have a reduced rate, with the cheapest ticket costing £15, and the most expensive ticket costing £45.

Seniors that are 65 or older range will have to pay between £10 to £30, while tickets for children aged 16 and under cost £10 in all six categories.

Tickets will be available to buy on the tickets.wwfc.com website and will be delivered as print at home e-tickets.

Periods of sale

Although the on-sale dates are unconfirmed, Wycombe have announced that the sale of tickets will be split into three separate periods based on priority.

  • Phase 1: Season ticket holders (including seasonal hospitality bookings, executive box holders and club partners) and 2022/23 club members
  • Phase 2: All account holders with previous ticket purchasing history from any fixture this season, plus 2022/23 season ticket holders
  • Phase 3: All account holders (new supporters will be required to register an account in order to buy tickets)

Disabled tickets

Wycombe Wanderers also issued an update on disabled tickets for the final. The club announced that Wheelchair and Ambutant tickets will be sold in the same periods of sale explained above.

Wycombe said: “There are a number of Wheelchair and Ambulant Disabled tickets with accompanying Personal Assistant tickets available. These are sold under the same periods of sale and are available online via your usual ticketing account. Carer tickets will need to be assigned to the carer’s account. EFL regulations and Wycombe Wanderers terms and conditions apply, including the availability of age-related concessions.

“There are a number of seats which have step free access that are recommended for persons with mobility difficulties which are positioned in Level 1 rows 30/31. Please note head-sets and mini induction loops need to be booked in advance, please enquire via [email protected] for details.”

Singing and standing areas

Involved in the brief by Wycombe was advice for fans wanting to purchase tickets in the singing and standing areas.

Fans who want to sit in the designated singing area have been advised to choose Blocks 133/134.

Meanwhile, fans wanting to go in standing areas have been recommended to buy tickets on Level 1 in blocks 133-135, as this is the only area of the ground where standing is allowed.


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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