Tottenham Hotspur Women - Adobe Women's FA Cup Final FAQs

Tottenham Hotspur will take on Manchester United in the Adobe Women's FA Cup Final - an historic occasion on which our Women's team will compete in its first major final following a fairytale journey from grassroots to elite level.

A reminder that the match will take place at Wembley National Stadium on Sunday 12 May, kick-off 2.30pm.

Should you have any queries about purchasing tickets for this historic game, please refer to our FAQs below:

 

How can I buy tickets for the final?

The Club's allocation of 11,800 general admission tickets will be sold in three phases, during which we shall understandably give priority to supporters that have been part of the journey with our Women's team to date.

Our ticket sales phases will run as follows:

 

Monday 22 April, 10am - Season Ticket Holders for the Women's team will be invited to purchase two tickets each

 

Tuesday 23 April, 10am - Supporters who have purchased tickets for a minimum of two Spurs Women home matches at Brisbane Road during the current season will be invited to purchase two tickets each. Please note, tickets would need to have been purchased in advance directly from Tottenham Hotspur to qualify.

 

(Subject to availability) Wednesday 24 April, 10am - Men's Season Ticket Holders, Premium Members and One Hotspur Members will be invited to purchase at a rate of one ticket per CRN from the remainder of our allocation on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

Please note, the above sales phases will also apply to Access ticketing, with tickets inclusive of a complimentary personal assistant (PA) ticket.

 

Can I buy tickets with other fans?

Yes, if you would like to purchase tickets together with other eligible supporters, then you will be able to do so in one booking rather than purchasing separately.

To do so, you will first need to ensure that you - and all members of your group - are part of each other's networks. You may add them to your network by following the steps below:

 

  1. Log into your e-ticketing account
  2. Once logged in, click on the round human icon in the top right corner of the page
  3. Click on 'View Account Menu' > 'Network'
  4. Select 'Add Members', then enter the CRN and surname of the supporter you'd like to add, exactly as it appears in their account.
  5. Once their account has been located, click 'Add Member'

 

Once you've added all supporters to your network, add the desired number of tickets to your basket and proceed to checkout. You will have the option to reassign each seat to a supporter in your network before proceeding to payment.

Please note, ticket limits will still apply per CRN. For example, two Women's Season Ticket Holders will be able to purchase up to four tickets together by assigning two tickets to each CRN.

You will only be able to reassign a ticket to a supporter in your network if they are eligible to purchase in the sales phase in which you are booking.

  

Will I be eligible for an earlier sales phase if I purchase WSL tickets now?

All sales phases for the final have already been determined. If you purchase tickets now for any of our remaining WSL games this season - either at Brisbane Road at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium - please note that this will not affect your purchase eligibility for the Women's FA Cup Final.

  

How much do tickets cost?

Ticket pricing for this fixture, as set by The FA, is as follows:

Adults

  • Category 1 (Club Wembley): £30
  • Category 2: £25.00
  • Category 3: £15.00

Concessions (applicable in all areas)

  • Seniors (Over 65): £10.00
  • Young Adults (18-21): £10.00
  • Junior (U18): £5.00

 

Can I purchase in safe standing areas?

Some of our allocation for this fixture is in a safe standing area. These tickets are located in rows 31-44 in blocks 132-135.

Wembley Stadium has advised that supporters must be a minimum of 12 years old to be located in this area. Please do not purchase safe standing tickets if any of your group are under the age of 12.

 

Where are the safe standing areas located?

The safe standing areas are located in rows 31-44 in blocks 132-135.

 

How will tickets be issued?

Our allocation will be issued as digital tickets for this fixture.

As for home games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, a link will be sent to the assigned supporter via email to download their ticket to their Apple/Google Wallet. This link will be sent to the individual ticket holder (if details are known) and not to the lead applicant.

 

I don't have a smart phone - how can I access my tickets?

Any supporter who purchases a ticket and who does not have a compatible device will be able to submit a request to collect a paper ticket on the day, on production of photo ID, from the West Ticket Office at Wembley Stadium.

 

Is there a minimum age limit?

Please note that children under the age of 2 will not be permitted access into Wembley Stadium.

All children (16 and under) must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

 

 

 

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