Ticket prices and key dates for the Wanderers’ League One play-off final at Wembley

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WANDERERS have been told how many tickets they have been given for Wembley – and that they have been drawn on the ‘lucky side’ of the stadium for the play-off final.

The club will have 36,550 seats for the showpiece event on Saturday 18 May, taking part in the ‘East End’ – just as they did in April 2023 when they defeated Plymouth Argyle in the Papa Johns Trophy.

Their opponents for the match are Peterborough United or Oxford United, who face each other at the Weston Homes Stadium this evening, with Oxford holding a 1-0 lead.

When do the tickets go on sale?

Tickets go on sale to season ticket holders on Thursday, May 9 at 12pm, with official club members able to purchase them from Saturday, May 11 at 10am. Tickets will then go on general sale from Monday, May 13 at 10 a.m.

What are the ticket prices?

The prizes are divided into six categories as follows:

Category 1 – Adults £86, young adults (17-21 years) £64.50, over 65 and under 16 £43

Category 2 – Adults £67, young adults (17-21 years) £50.25, over 65 and under 16 £33.50

Category 3 – Adults £59, young adults (17-21 years) £44.25, over 65 and under 16 £29.50

Category 4 – Adults £55, young adults (17-21 years) £41.25, over 65 and under 16 £27.50

Category 5 – Adults £41, young adults (17-21 years) £30.75, over 65 and under 16 £20.50

Category 6 – Adults £31, young adults (17-21 years) £23.25, over 65 and under 16 £15.50

Supporters are advised that all tickets will be charged a booking fee of £2.50 per ticket and a delivery fee of £1.50 per transaction.

Important information

Fans wishing to purchase tickets are urged by the club to read the following information.

Due to the extremely short sales period before the final, all tickets must be purchased online at www.eticketing.co.uk/bwfc. Please note: Tickets are not available in person at the Toughsheet Community Stadium Ticket Office, or via the usual Ticket Office Phone Number.

Print at Home and digital tickets are only available for the final.

Maximum SIX Tickets can be booked in one transaction, provided the booker has all other individual customer reference numbers in their network.

Disabled tickets

A number of wheelchair and ambulatory disability cards with associated Personal Assistant cards are available.

If you require access to these tickets, please email wembley@bwfc.co.uk with details of your customer reference number and telephone number. A member of the Bolton Wanderers Ticket Office team will contact you to discuss your booking.

Disability tickets are sold under the same priority periods from phases one to three. EFL Rules and Bolton Wanderers FC Terms and Conditions apply, including the availability of age-related concessions.

There are a number of seats with step-free access, recommended for people with mobility problems, located on level 1, rows 31/32.

Please note that headphones and mini loops must be reserved in advance. To book, email wembley@bwfc.co.uk.

Official bus trips

Official coach trips are available for £55 for the return journey.

Only arrange your Coach Travel after you have purchased your match ticket.

Coach trips are subject to availability and are sold on a first come, first served basis. Booking a seat on the bus does not guarantee that you will receive a match ticket, nor is a ticket included in the price of your trip.

Bus seats must be booked online at www.eticketing.co.uk/bwfc Bus departures will be staggered from 7am. The last coaches are expected to leave at 9am.

Supporters requiring accessible seating on the bus should contact Jacky Swift by emailing jacky.swift@bwfc.co.uk or calling 01204 673 663.

Family area

Wembley Stadium has approximately 1,700 seats (blocks 105 to 108 on the East Side) designated as a family area for Bolton Wanderers supporters. Tickets in this area are only available to fans who purchase tickets aged 16 and under in a ratio of no more than 2 adults for 1 child, with a maximum of 4 children for each adult ticket.

Parking space

Wembley Stadium has been approved for licensed pitches from the 2022-2023 season. The standing area is located at the rear of blocks 110 to 113 behind the goal on level 1 and can accommodate approximately 867 seats. If you wish to stand, you must purchase tickets in the standing area as standing is not permitted in any other area of ​​the stadium.

Singing area

Bolton Wanderers advises fans who would like to sit in the designated singing area to choose Blocks 111 & 112.

Reservation fees

There is a booking fee of £2.50 per ticket for each ticket sold online.

Delivery fee – £1.50 per transaction for Print at Home ticket delivery.

13 years and under

All children aged 13 and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult.


Children under the age of 2 are not allowed into the stadium, not even in the catering areas. Children aged 2 years and older have access with a valid match ticket.

Land regulations and issuance conditions apply


Crowd flags and musical instruments

Supporters wishing to bring large flags* into Wembley Stadium must obtain permission. Please contact https://help.wembleyStadium.com/support/tickets/new to request permission.

Guests may place a flag in the ground without permission from Wembley Stadium if the following guidelines are followed:

  • The flag is smaller than 250 cm at its widest or longest point.

  • The flag does not have a fixed flagpole.

  • In the case of an attached flagpole, it is made only of wood or plastic and must not exceed 1 meter in length and 1 cm in diameter.

  • There is no advertising or commercial message on the flag and it is not a national flag, except that of the competing players.

  • The flag does not contain any offensive or defamatory language/messages.


Wembley Stadium is a public transport destination with limited on-site parking. The stadium is easily accessible via national and local rail networks.

Parking spot

Parking for supporters and supporter coaches is available via www.wembleyofficialparking.com. Parking is subject to availability and price increases may occur on match day.

Blue Badge parking spaces at Wembley Stadium are available for purchase. Blue badge parking is subject to availability and may be subject to price increases on match day.


Please email hospitality@wembleystadium.com to inquire about the packages below.

Diamond package – £369pp / Junior Diamond package for under 11s – £99pp

Reserved premium seating in Club Wembley

Access to the Club Wembley hospitality lounge 3 hours before kick-off, at half-time and one hour after the match

Three-course buffet menu available before kick-off

Including beer, wine and soft drinks at the door, during halftime and an hour after the match

Matchday souvenir programme

Private boxes – limited availability – £429 pp

Exclusive access to your own private facility from 3 hours prior to the match and one hour afterwards

Premium ticket directly outside your box on level 3 or 4 of the stadium

Boxes available for 8, 12 or 20 people (depending on availability)

Great pre-match dining experience

Free bar including beer, wine, soft drinks, tea and coffee

Your own chef and host/hostess are present throughout the entire package

42″ flat screen TV

Souvenir program for each guest

No resale of tickets – It is an offense under section 166 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 for an unauthorized person to sell tickets.

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