FA Women’s Cup final Wembley ticket offer
PUBLISHED: 09:30 05 June 2015
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Fans can take advantage of special ticket deals for the historic first FA Women’s Cup Final to be played at Wembley Stadium (August 1), which is being dubbed “the biggest ever club game in women’s football”.
The decision to stage the match at the national stadium, connected by EE, follows the success of England Women’s meeting with Germany at Wembley in November last year, which attracted a record crowd of more than 45,000 supporters.
The match will also be shown live on BBC One and there are two offers available for group ticket discounts.
Kelly Simmons, FA Director of National Game and Women’s Football, said: “The England v Germany game was such a big moment for women’s football and we wanted to use that, along with this summer’s World Cup, to build momentum across the wider women’s game.
“It felt like the perfect time for the final to be at Wembley.”
Charter Standard Offer
FA Charter Standard Clubs can claim 10 complimentary tickets for the final (for use by any players, staff, parents, family or friends).
Plus, any additional tickets can be purchased at the discounted rate of £7.50 for adults or £2.50 for concessions.
Group Booking Offer
Non-FA Charter Standard Clubs can use the Group Booking Offer at the discounted rate of £7.50 for adults and £2.50 for concessions (minimum application of 15 tickets).
This can also be used by any work party, friends group, night out, school, business, organisation, team or club.
If you cannot take advantage of these offers, then standard tickets are also available from The FA’s ticketing website at http://ticketing.thefa.com priced at £15 for adults and £5 for concessions. Alternatively, call 0844 826 2010.
Forms are available to download from essexfa.com. Once completed, forms can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline is 12 noon on Monday July 13.
With all group offers there should be at least one adult per 10 children per group. Further information on women’s football is shared by @EssexCountyFA on Twitter and by searching for ‘EssexFootball’ on Facebook.
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