The tie will be played on The FA Non-League Finals Day (Sunday 20th May), which means that a ticket provides access to our FA Vase final with Stocktown Town at 12:15, followed by the FA Trophy final between Brackley Town and Bromley.
Unfortunately, FA Trophy finalists Bromley's popularity is such that it has encroached on our allocation, so please spread the news far and wide to help our fan-base occupy at least an equal allocation to cheer the team on!
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Please read this information for spectators visiting Wembley.
Tickets direct from the FA - no travel
We have been allocated a corner of Wembley Stadium for our fans, and tickets are available now from the FA via this link.
Please note that buying a ticket from the FA will make you ineligible for the supporters' coaches travelling from the club to Wembley.
Ticket Price and Details
Concession (OAP/Student): £10
Child (Under-16): £1
Concession (OAP/Student): £5
Child (Under-16): £1
For group bookings please select the 'Group' tab.
Maximum online group size is 49. For bookings of 50 and over you will need to contact the Football Association Customer Relations team on: 0800 169 2007 (option 7) Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm.
To purchase tickets in the disabled section, you can call The FA's hotline: 0800 093 0824
Before purchasing your tickets in the disabled section, The FA 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 they will acknowledge receipt and proceed with your ticket transaction.
The Football Association
London, HA9 0WS
Please note: The FA accept photocopies of Disability Living Allowance or an original letter from your GP or hospital. They do not accept Blue Badge permits as proof.
Travelling by train
We have received confirmation from First Great Western that additional train services will be run on the day, as follows:
Due to engineering work between Reading and London Paddington, we are not able to offer any through services from Thatcham to Paddington. However, we can offer two additional services departing Thatcham at 09.03 and 09.25 to Reading where fast services to Paddington can be found.
When coming home, there is an hourly service from Paddington to Thatcham leaving London at 4 mins past each hour until 19.04. In addition to this we will now provide additional connections from Reading to Thatcham. It is suggested that the best train to catch from London to make the onward connections are the 30 minutes past each hour services towards Swansea.
In all cases services serving Thatcham are planned to be formed of 3 carriages.
Updated 06:57 - 21 May 2018 by Andy Morris