Aston Villa is pleased to confirm ticket information to supporters for the Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium.
The game takes place on Monday 27th May.
We have an allocation of 36,288 tickets for the West End of Wembley Stadium as we face Derby County.
Pricing categories at Wembley Stadium are split into five sections and there is also a concession rate for 17-21 year olds, senior citizens and children aged under 17.
Every Season Ticket Holder will get a ticket if they book in their window - starting Wednesday at 5pm through to Saturday at 5pm.
Please note: Tickets purchased for the home leg of the Play-Off semi-final only contribute to the ‘home booking history window in the 2018/19 season’ window.
How To Buy
Due to the anticipated demand, we recommend booking online as the easiest and most convenient method of booking.
Supporters can view a Wembley seating plan below and choose which block they would like to sit in.
During each sales period, tickets will be limited to one ticket per eligible Fan ID.
To assist fans, we will be enlisting the help of Quay tickets based from The Lowry, Manchester to handle overspill telephony bookings.
Wembley Stadium have designated 1,700 seats in Blocks 137 to 140 in the West side of the Stadium as a Family Area for supporters.
Tickets in this area are only available to fans that are purchasing U17 tickets at a ratio of no more than one adult for one child, at a maximum of four children for every adult ticket.
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 available through the same sales channels.
EFL regulations and Aston Villa FC terms and conditions apply, including the availability of age related concessions.
Disabled supporters who require a personal assistant will need to assign the ticket to their designated personal assistant when purchasing.
Please use your Fan ID as the lead booker as this will allow access to the disabled seating to book for you and your personal assistant, the personal assistant will show as a zero value.
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 headsets and mini induction loops need to be booked in advance, please enquire via email@example.com.
There is a £2 per ticket administration fee for every ticket sold and £2 per transaction delivery fee for posting.
All children 14 years and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Babies/babes in arms under two years of age will be allowed entry without a ticket.
Children aged 2 years and over do need to purchase a concession ticket.
Ticket Opening Times
You can buy online 24 hours a day.
You can also purchase over the phone:
9am-7pm – weekdays
9am-4pm - Saturday 18th May
10am-4pm - Sunday 19th May
***IMPORTANT NOTE: Tickets are only available to buy online and over the phone.***
Ground Regulations & Conditions of Issue apply
Crowd Flags and Musical Instruments
Any supporters wishing to take flags or musical instruments to Wembley Stadium must obtain permission.
Anyone wishing to gain entry to Wembley Stadium carrying flags or musical instruments without prior permission will not be permitted to enter with them.
Supporters may bring an individual hand waver flag into the stadium if it is under 250cm in size at the widest or longest point.
Travel & Parking
There will be official coach travel departing for Wembley from Villa Park.
Tickets cost £32. Departure time 9am.
They will be available online or via on the phone at 0333 323 1874.
In addition, travel partner, Zeelo, will be providing travel from various pick-ups in Birmingham and surrounding areas.
Parking for supporters can be purchased here or by telephone 020 8903 6966.
Car parking is charged at £30 per car if booked in advance.
Parking is subject to availability and may be subject to price increase on matchday.
No Resale of Tickets
It is an offence under Section 166 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, for any unauthorised person to sell tickets.