Our Emirates FA Cup Semi-Final sees us face Manchester United at Wembley Stadium on Sunday 23 April, 4.30pm kick-off. So, here’s everything you need to know before tickets go on sale.
How much is a ticket?
Ticket prices vary depending on where in Wembley Stadium you would like to sit:
|Premium Level Two
*Safe standing is only available to those aged 12 and over.
**Must have previously registered an in-date copy of PIP/DLA with the club.
Any restricted view seats are priced at £10 less.
The family area is located in block 548, where a maximum of two adults are permitted to accompany one Under-18 in this area. All supporters under the age of 15 must be accompanied by a full-paying adult and no children under two are permitted entry into Wembley stadium.
A maximum of ten tickets can be bought together in any one transaction. If you’re intending to purchase tickets for yourself and guests who aren’t all in the same purchasing window, and you need to all sit together, find out more here.
Tickets are not refundable or exchangeable, and changes to bookings are not possible.
When can I buy?
Tickets will go back on sale to all season ticket holders, 1901 Club members and MyAlbion+ members. Season ticket holders in priority windows one and two can continue to buy up to two guest tickets from Friday 14 April at 9am. Season ticket holders in priority windows three and four will then have an opportunity on their own on sale dates, subject to availability.
Priority groups are based on loyalty points, season ticket holders can check their priority group by logging in and clicking here.
You will receive five loyalty points for this match.
What’s the best way to buy?
- Online - Bookings online are free, with instant delivery to your inbox. All tickets are available to download straight into your Apple/Android wallet! Print-at-home tickets cost £2.50 each.
- By Phone – any ticket bought over the phone will be subject to a £3 booking fee per ticket.
Please note tickets aren’t available to book in person.
How can I travel to Wembley Stadium?
Brighton & Hove Albion's official transport provider, Seagull Travel is running coaches to Wembley from over 100 pick-ups covering Hampshire, Sussex, Surrey, and Kent.
We recommend using Seagull Travel or public transport to travel to Wembley.
However, car and supporter coach parking will be available to book online via Wembley.
What do I need to know as a disabled fan?
Disabled supporters can buy tickets on the dates listed in the on sale table.
You must have previously registered an in-date copy of PIP/DLA with the club. Ambulant disabled supporters who’ve not registered these documents, who require seats with less steps, are advised to book in Level 1 close to rows 30 and 31.
Disabled seating prices are only available in the areas detailed below:
We've had 100 wheelchair spaces allocated to us, 90 in the Lower Tier and 10 in the Upper Tier located in the below blocks:
- Lower Tier
- 123 to 130
- 132 to 135
- 137 to 139
- 141 to 142
- Upper Tier
- Step-free access seats are positioned on Level 1 in rows 30 and 31.
- Front row seats in Level 1, Row 1 in Blocks 134-141.
- Additional ambulant disabled seats have been held in Level 5, Blocks 543-548.
Wembley operates a free-of-charge system for personal commentary receivers with either a headset or a mini-induction loop so that commentary is available for those with visual impairments. These can be used anywhere within the seating bowl.
Is there hospitality available?
If you’re interested in purchasing hospitality for this fixture, find out more about Club Wembley here. Please note that hospitality packages aren’t sold on ad-hoc bases.
What are the ticket terms and conditions?
Tickets are sold as instructed by The Football Association and as per the terms and conditions of sale.