Book your FA Cup tickets to watch your side play in the most prestigious cup competition in English football. The famous tournament dates back to well over a century ago giving lower league clubs the chance to mix it up with the big boys of the Premier League. Follow your team from the first round all the way to the final at Wembley Stadium and revel in the 'Magic of the FA Cup.' for the 2016/17 season with Football Ticket Pad.
Football Ticket Pad will have a great selection of FA Cup Tickets throughout the tournament. The FA Cup holds the title of being the oldest association football competition in the world and is probably the most followed domestic cup competition worldwide. You can get your FA Cup tickets for all the biggest games of the tournament right here at Football Ticket Pad.
There are a total of 14 rounds in the competition with the early stages open for non-league sides to pit themselves against each other. Every season, without fail, a team that are relatively unheard of will make a name for themselves by progressing to the latter stages of the competition or will shock the country by beating a league club. Over the years the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool have slipped up against lower division sides and the FA Cup is always packed with thrills and spills.
If you look through the history books FA Cup magic is clearly there for all to see. Even as recently as 2015 it was in full force as a miserable January weekend ended in crushing defeats for Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham, with smaller lower league teams spoiling the party for all three. With the drama of a knockout cup format the FA Cup is great for entertaining football. FA Cup tickets are a best seller at Football Ticket Pad so you have to be quick to get tickets for this premier cup competition. Login and see the wealth of options we have available at Football Ticket Pad. Whichever seat, whichever category, whichever game you need tickets for we can usually provide you with them. You will struggle to find a year where there hasn't been a giant killing or two in the FA Cup; and who knows maybe this year could be when your teams FA cup dreams come true!