With well over 30,000 Brighton & Hove Albion fans heading to Wembley for the club’s first Emirates FA Cup semi-final since 1983, there is a huge amount of activity taking place in the build up to the match.
Below is a brief summary of the key things not to miss on the big day!
Pre-match at AlbionHQ- Boxpark Wembley
Albion’s FA Cup semi-final HQ will be decked out in blue and white, making it a home from home for fans ahead of the big kick-off against Manchester City at 5.30pm.
The pre-match schedule at AlbionHQ includes numerous intervals with Albion legends, including: Gordon Smith, Alan Mullery, Andy Rollings and Steve Sidwell. The full details of the event can be found here, with the pre-match schedule, and a number of competitions will run throughout the day.
11.30am - 1pm - Video highlights: Extended highlights of cup run so far.
1 - 1.20 – Tony Bloom interview
1.20 - 1.40 - Music interval
1.40 - 2.10 – Gordon Smith interview
2.10 - 2.30 - Music interval
2.30 - 2.50 – Alan Mullery & Andy Rollings interview
2.50 - 3.10 - Music interval
3.10 - 3.30 – Dean Wilkins & Stuart Storer interview
3.30 - 3.50 – Andy Mac DJ
3.50 - 4.15 – Guy Butters and Steve Sidwell interview
4.15 - Andy Mac DJ until close of afternoon session.
A limited number of post-match passes are still available. Click here for more information.
In the stadium pre-match build-up
Please aim to arrive in the stadium no later than 45 minutes before kick-off to make the most of the in-bowl entertainment, and to get behind the team in the build-up to kick-off.
There will be various content on the big screens at Wembley, as Richard Reynolds will be announcing the Albion line-up and Gordon Smith will be interviewed in the build up to kick-off.
Turn Wembley blue and white
The club will be placing flags on a large number of seats at Wembley Stadium for home supporters to turn the stadium blue and white ahead of kick-off.
From Withdean to Wembley
Ahead of kick-off, a banner celebrating the achievements of the club, designed by supporters will be unveiled in the lower bowl at Wembley.
Post-match at AlbionHQ- Boxpark Wembley
The festivities continue at full time, with Jason Hayward, aka Phats of Phats & Small fame, set to perform once the match has concluded, as fans will be allowed to stay in the venue until 11pm.
A limited number of post-match passes are available here, priced at £10 each provided they have already purchased a semi-final match ticket, by logging on and selecting Wembley Boxpark.