FA Cup Tickets: Pricing, How to Buy & More
FA Cup tickets are often a hot commodity, particularly when the world-famous knockout competition reaches its latter stages.
The easiest way to safely purchase tickets is via official club websites, ticket offices or through authorised ticket partners advertised by the clubs.
Many clubs offer reduced prices for matches in the early rounds of the FA Cup, particularly if the fixture is against lower-league opposition.
However, there are no such luxuries available to fans when the final is staged, with demand for tickets at Wembley Stadium generally outstripping availability.
The two finalists are allocated a percentage of the 90,000 tickets, with the remainder shared between other clubs or available to buy through the official Wembley Stadium tickets portal.
Fans must register an account on the website to go through the process of buying tickets.
Many competing clubs run membership schemes, allowing fans to make a one-off annual payment in return for exclusive benefits.
This often includes priority access to match tickets, which can potentially put you towards the front of the queue for the biggest FA Cup games.
It is always recommended to purchase tickets from authorised outlets to ensure you gain entry to the FA Cup match of your choice.
Tickets sold by touts may not be genuine or could become void if it is discovered they have been obtained in breach of their terms and conditions.
Watch the FA Cup Live
If you are unable to buy FA Cup tickets, you can still watch all the games live online.
The competition is free-to-air in the United Kingdom, with the BBC and ITV sharing coverage throughout the season.
Football fans can view live FA Cup streams via the iPlayer or ITVX, which are simple to access across various digital devices.
The FA also has official broadcast partnerships with dozens of overseas media outlets, making it easy for fans to live stream the games.
Check out our FA Cup live streams page for details of where you can watch all the matches.
More FA Cup Tickets Information
If you have any issues with tickets you have bought for any FA Cup game, you should contact the home club or Wembley Stadium directly.
Click the links below for tickets for one-off games or season tickets for your favourite team.
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