EFL Cup Final: Ticket information for fans travelling to Wembley

"Travelling to Wembley for the 2017 EFL Cup Final? Here is some important ticket information for fans with Manchester United v Southampton tickets."
Published by
09th Feb 2017

England’s first trophy of the 2016/17 season is up for grabs when Manchester United take on Southampton in the EFL Cup. The action kicks off at Wembley Stadium at 16:30pm on Sunday 26th February 2017 with 90,000 fans packed under the famous Wembley Arch.

This competition has witnessed plenty of drama over the years from dramatic penalty shootouts to Obafemi Martins last gasp winner for Birmingham City against Arsenal in 2011. If you still haven't got your tickets, there are a range of options available from Football Ticket Pad for Manchester United v Southampton.

It can be extremely difficult to obtain your EFL Cup Final tickets, but here at Football Ticket Pad we have numerous choices listed to make sure you can get your seats. We can offer packages which allow you to have five tickets together, pairs of tickets together or if you are on your own we can provide single matchday tickets. To make the day even more memorable, we can provide Club Wembley VIP tickets and matchday hospitality packages in the Bobby Moore Suite which give you premium views of the action with food and drink included.

Manchester United fans will be housed in the East End with Southampton taking up the West End of the stadium. Each team has been allocated 31,500 tickets each and the demand is high.

We run a 100% ticket guarantee policy to ensure your tickets arrive on time and that you get into the stadium on matchday. Our tickets can be delivered to you through Royal Mail Special Delivery service or we can arrange a collection point at the stadium on matchday depending on the timeframe between your purchase and the day of the final.

Fans who have purchased Club Wembley VIP tickets can enter the stadium from 13:30pm, whereas those with a General Admission (Category 1-4 tickets) can get to their seats from 14:30pm - two hours prior to kick-off.

The 2017 EFL Cup final marks fifty years since Wembley hosted its first League Cup final in 1967. On that day, Queens Park Rangers caused an upset against West Bromwich Albion and Southampton will be hoping history repeats itself against four time winners, Manchester United.

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