Aston Villa Championship Play-off Final Wembley Tickets Details

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Wembley Reward

After grinding Middlesbrough down over two legs to win 1-0 on aggregate in the Championship Play-Off semi-final, all eyes now turn to the final against Fulham at Wembley Stadium.

The match takes place on Saturday 26th May 2018 and will kick-off at 5pm.

The date is the same as Villa’s famous night in Rotterdam in 1982, which was also preceded by a 1-0 win on aggregate in the semi-final (against Anderlecht).


Villa have an allocation of 38,144 in the West End of the stadium, which marks a much better allocation than the 25,000 or so tickets for Villa’s last Wembley trip, the FA Cup Final vs Arsenal in 2015.

During each sales period, tickets will be limited to one ticket per eligible Fan ID (Fulham fans in contrast can book five tickets each).


Pricing categories are split into five sections.

There is a concession rate for 17 to 21-year-olds, O65s and U16s.

Category Adult 17-21 Years Over 65 / 16 and Under
1 £98 £73.50 £49
2 £76 £57 £38
3 £64 £48 £32
4 £52 £39 £26
5* £36 £27 £18


There is a £2 per ticket transaction fee for every ticket sold and £2 per transaction for tickets that require posting.

Sales Criteria


For further details like family areas, disabled supporter information, stadium plan and more, see the club’s website page on Wembley tickets.


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