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Latest ticket sales revealed by Bromley and Solihull for 2024 National League Playoff Final

The latest ticket sales have been revealed by Bromley and Solihull Moors for this weekend’s 2024 National League Playoff Final.

The two sides face off at Wembley Stadium battling it out for a place to the EFL with the winner of the game to join champions Chesterfield in League Two for 2024/25.

Bromley and Solihull Moors go head to head at Wembley Stadium on Sunday (5th May) with it kicking off at 3pm.

Bromley finished 3rd, meaning they would play the playoff semi final and not the quarter final, while Solihull finished 5th, so had to play a quarter final, and boy have they impressed.

Bromley earned their spot in the final following a thrilling 3-1 victory over Altrincham on Sunday (28th April), while Solihull have beaten Halifax 4-2, and came away with a 4-0 victory at Barnet to progress through.

Time to find out the latest ticket sales revealed by Bromley and Solihull for that all important 2024 National League Playoff Final…

BROMLEY

It’s confirmed that by Saturday (4th May), Bromley had sold 15,000, with 6,000 of that coming in the first few hours of the sale on Monday.

We await for a further update from Bromley on the final amount of tickets sold.

SOLIHULL

For Solihull, it’s said that they have sold between 3,000 and 4,000 for the playoff final. Meaning the expected total attendance, adding in Bromley’s total for the day is set to be at around nearly 20,000.

And not forgetting Solihull are playing at Wembley again a week afterwards with an FA Trophy final against Gateshead, with between 7,000 and 8,000 sold by Solihull for that one.

The following ticket details:

STADIUM STRUCTURE

Wembley Stadium is split into 5 levels. Our allocation of tickets will initially be situated in Level 1 – known as Public Seating (PS).

Bromley have been given the EAST section of Wembley Stadium.

Solihull Moors have been given the WEST section of Wembley Stadium.

The Player’s Tunnel and Royal Box are situated in the North Stand. All rows are numbered low to high i.e. Row 1 is nearest to the pitch. Seats are numbered right to left as you face the pitch.

TICKET PRICES

Category 1: £40 Adult
Category 2: £35 Adult / £18 Concessions (Concessions details shown below map)

TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE FROM THE OFFICIAL WEMBLEY STADIUM WEBSITE, WHICH YOU CAN ACCESS BY CLICKING HERE.

CONCESSION TICKET DETAILS

Half price concessions rates are to be made available within the public seating area of the Stadium and Concessions are available to supporters 65 years and over, as well as under 16’s. Concessions to juniors will only be sold to those with an adult in the party.

Operating Standards for the sale of concessionary tickets are as follows: –

• All persons entering the Stadium must be in possession of a valid ticket

• The stadium policy states that no under 2’s are permitted in any area of the stadium

• Due to Safety reasons, buggies/pushchairs etc are not permitted into the Stadium

• Group bookings (schools etc) must adhere to the NSPCC Guidelines for supervision ratios.

These can be found here and are outlined below:

  • 2 – 3 years – one adult to four children
  • 4 – 8 years – one adult to six children
  • 9 – 12 years – one adult to eight children
  • 13 – 18 years – one adult to ten children

SAFE STANDING

Wembley Stadium has received approval for licensed safe-standing as of the 2023-24 season. The safe-standing areas are located at the rear of the 3 blocks behind the goals on Level 1, at either end of the Stadium, with 867 seats allocated to each team. Below is the planned ticketing strategy for safe standing areas:

• The ticket issued for the safe standing area will be easily distinguishable to stewards
• Tickets purchase in the safe standing areas must be identified to supporters at the point of purchase
• Additional Entry Restrictions and a code of conduct may be implemented to assist in the Safe Management of the Safe Standing areas. This may include:

– Ticket Holders being required to occupy the space in front of the seat allocated to them on the ticket – supporters cannot migrate to different spaces within the section, as would be possible on conventional terraced standing accommodation

– The area in question is for safe standing and that ticket holders must expect that other spectators will be standing (although of course they may sit on their allocated seat before and after the activity, or during an interval or halftime break).

– Sitting or standing on the barriers, or standing on the seats, will not be permitted (Ground rule 13)

– Ticket holders will not be permitted to admit non-ticket holders to the section

– Minimum age 12

– Requirement that purchasers to be part of a club or international membership scheme or a season ticket/card holder.

DISABLED AREAS

Wheelchair Access

Areas for wheelchair users are located within each level in the Stadium. Tickets will be sold in pairs i.e. one wheelchair and one personal assistant.

The allocation of these tickets will be determined following consultation with each Club.

The price charged to Wheelchair patrons is equivalent to the lowest price category, with their personal assistants gaining access free of charge. Wheelchair patrons 16 years of age and under are also eligible for concessionary rates.

Blue Badge parking can be booked online by clicking here at a cost of £25 per space.

A dedicated body of stewards with particular responsibilities for offering assistance to disabled spectators will be deployed at all appropriate locations within the Stadium.

For more information, click here.

Please note, these tickets are not available online and must be purchased by calling 0800 093 0824.

LICENSED PREMISES

  • Pubs & bars in the Wembley area including the team split can be found here. It shows which pubs & bars have been allocated to which team.
  • Entry into the allocated fan zones is only permitted with a valid ticket to the match. The fan zones are open from 11am.
  • Avoid arriving early into Wembley, unless attending a licensed premises (please book in advance where possible).
  • There is limited capacity in our pubs and bars so you may wish to visit other premises outside of Wembley before making your way to the match.
  • Local off licences will not be selling alcohol.

PSPO

  • Street drinking is not permitted across the whole of Brent and will be enforced under the PSPO.
  • The handling and letting off of pyrotechnics (flares) is also prohibited.
  • The buying/selling of tickets and urination are amongst some of the other prohibitions that will be enforced.
  • The link to the Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) which details all of the prohibitions can be found here.
  • Anyone found to be breaching the PSPO will be enforced against and may not be permitted into the Stadium to watch the match.

FAN ZONES

  • Bromley – East
  • Solihull – West

ALLOCATED FAN ZONES & CAR PARK MAP

As mentioned, Solihull Moors are getting set to visit Wembley twice in six days, with the club having never played at the national stadium before.

BBC Sport spoke to their fans and locals in anticipation for the two cup finals.

One fan, Dean Smith, said: “We’ve flown under the radar all season.

“I think teams underestimate us. We’ve proven we can beat the best in the league.”

Leanne Hughes, a hairdresser who lives 10 minutes from Solihull Moors, spoke of how she heard people venting over traffic, parking and how busy the area can get, and urged the club to “go and smash it”, but agreed it needed to keep its neighbours in mind.

“I see a lot of people on match days walking past in crowds,” she said.

“It’s a nice community feeling when something is doing well in your area.”

Alex Manners, a Solihull fan since the club was established, said: “To go to Wembley once is amazing enough, but to go twice in the space of a week is just unbelievable,” he said.

“Two years ago, I wouldn’t have said the ground is ready but now I think it’s definitely ready for League Two football.”

The 27-year-old said the area would be proud of the club and players regardless of results in London.

“It means so much to the fans,” he said when talking of how proud the area would be whatever the results. “We know whatever happens they have tried their hardest.”

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