Non-League Finals Day returns for 2017 offering fans the unique opportunity to watch two cup finals for the price of one!
The Wembley double header takes place on Sunday, 21 May kicking off with The Buildbase FA Vase final, followed by The Buildbase FA Trophy final.
Last season Wembley Stadium connected by EE hosted the first ever Non-League Finals Day - a huge success with over 46,000 fans in attendance for two shock results. Despite the presence of club mascot ‘Ronaldo’ the bull, favourites Hereford FC were beaten 4-1 by Morpeth Town in the Vase final. In the Trophy final, FC Halifax Town won 1-0 against National League play-off winners, Grimsby Town.
And there’s also a special incentive to those who buy tickets before the end of February as they will be entered into a prize draw to win two tickets to The Emirates FA Cup Final next May. Click here to see the full terms and conditions.
Concession (OAP/Student): £10
Child (Under 16): £1
For group bookings click here
Please note group bookings are for parties of 9 or more.
Disabled supporters hotline:
0800 169 2007 Option 7All tickets subject to availability and fees, and subject to the Terms & Conditions of The Football Association.
Wembley Stadium is a public transport destination. Rail, tube, bus and pedestrian routes have been upgraded to enable visitors to travel to and from the stadium smoothly and safely on major event days. For further information to assist you plan your journey to the Stadium, please vist www.wembleystadium.com/gettingtowembley.
For live travel information on the day of the event call the Wembley Stadium Travel Information Line on 0845 6000 555 (calls charged at standard local rate).
Please use the official Stadium car parks if driving to the venue, available to pre-book by visitting www.csparking.com/stadium.
A resident’s only parking permit scheme operates in the Wembley area on Stadium event days. Illegally parked vehicles will be fined by Brent Council and may be towed away. For details of the restrictions visit www.brent.gov.uk/wembley
Wembley Stadium is served by three stations and six lines:
Wembley Park Station – Jubilee and Metropolitan lines (Zone 4)
Wembley Stadium Station – Chiltern Railways line www.chilternrailways.co.uk
Wembley Central Station – Bakerloo, London Overground and National Rail lines (Zone 4)
Bus routes servicing the local area include 18, 83, 92,182, 224 and 297. Please note that on major event days London Buses in Brent will be running an event day timetable, which may differ from their normal timetable. For further details on London Buses please visit www.tfl.gov.uk/buses
National Express, the Official Travel Supplier to Wembley Stadium, operates direct coach services to events at Wembley Stadium from all over the country. To find out more visit www.nationalexpress.co.uk/wembley. Bookings can also be made via the national customer contact centre on 08705 80 80 80, at any National Express coach station or through one of a thousand travel shops around the country.
To purchase tickets in the disabled section, please call our hotline: 0800 169 2007 Option 7
Before purchasing your tickets in the disabled section, we will require proof of disability.If you have not already supplied this information please post, fax or scan and email details to The FA at the details below. Once this has been received we will acknowledge receipt and proceed with your ticket transaction.
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Please note: We accept photocopies of Disability Living Allowance, Personal Independent Payments or an original letter from your GP or hospital. We do not accept Blue Badge permits as proof.