TicketsChelsea v Liverpool: FA Cup final ticket details
Liverpool FC has released the following information on ticket sales for the Emirates FA Cup final against Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday May 14.
Kick-off: 4:45pm BST
- Category 1 - £145 (adult) / £135 (concessions)
- Category 2 - £115 (adult) / £105 (concessions)
- Category 3 - £70 (adult) / £60 (concessions)
- Category 4 - £45 (adult) / £35 (concessions)
Premium seats located on Level 2 are also available priced as follows:
- £250 (adult) / £230 (concessions)
- £225 (adult) / £205 (concessions)
- Concessionary priced tickets apply to young adults (17-21), over 65s and juniors aged 16 and under.
- Junior tickets must be purchased with an adult ticket; a minimum of one or a maximum of two adults per junior is required.
- Children (14 years and under) must be accompanied by an adult.
- Children under the age of two will not be permitted into the stadium.
- Three per cent of the adult tickets are priced at £250, four per cent are priced at £225, 11 per cent are priced at £145, 41 per cent are priced at £115, 25 per cent are priced at £70, 16 per cent are priced at £45.
Tickets will be made available on a first come, first served basis and we cannot guarantee that the price of ticket you wish to purchase will be available.
Disabled season ticket holders and Members
Visit the Accessibility Hub for full sale details.
Seasonal Hospitality Members
Seasonal Hospitality Members will be emailed with details on how to apply for tickets.
Priority rights holders, season ticket holders and official Members
Please note, Auto Cup Scheme payments will NOT be taken for this fixture.
Sales will take place ONLINE only for all qualifying supporters and a queuing system may be in place.
Priority rights holders – tickets are guaranteed.
Tickets will then be made available based on the following four FA Cup fixtures recorded during the 2021-22 season:
- Shrewsbury Town (09.01.22), Cardiff City (06.02.22) and Norwich City (02.03.22) at home and Nottingham Forest (20.03.22) away.
As confirmed ahead of the sales for the FA Cup semi-final, the game against Manchester City at Wembley will not count as credit for the 2021-22 FA Cup final.
Tickets are guaranteed for season ticket holders and official Members who recorded ALL FOUR of the above games.
Tickets are guaranteed for season ticket holders and official Members who recorded THREE of the above games and REGISTER for the BALLOT and are SUCCESSFUL in the ballot.
Eligible supporters who need to register for the ballot can do so online now until 5pm on Wednesday April 27.
Supporters will be notified of the ballot results by email after 3pm on Friday April 29.
Supporters will also be able to check ‘My Account’ after 9am on Saturday April 30 to find out if they are successful or have been given a waiting list position.
Full details on how to register are available here.
IF tickets remain, a sale will take place for supporters unsuccessful in the ballot.
Supporters unsuccessful in the ballot will be given a waiting list number and contacted in numerical order by email after 3pm on Tuesday May 3, with further details of how and when to buy tickets.
If a fourth sale does go ahead, tickets will be available ONLINE, on a first come, first served basis until sold out.
Tickets will not be guaranteed to all who apply, and a queueing system will be in place.
Priority rights holders
First sale: Priority rights holders from 2pm on Tuesday April 26 until 10am on Thursday April 28.
First sale status: Guaranteed sale, up to a maximum of 8 tickets per booking.
Priority rights holders who wish to attend the match with season ticket holders or Members can do so only during the guaranteed sale taking place from 2pm on Thursday April 28.
Second sale: Season ticket holders and official Members who recorded all FOUR of the above games from 2pm on Thursday April 28 until 1pm on Friday April 29.
Second sale status: Guaranteed sale - supporters can purchase one ticket per Supporter ID number, up to a maximum of 8 tickets per booking.
Third sale: Season ticket holders and official Members who recorded THREE of the above games, REGISTERED for and are SUCCESSFUL in the BALLOT from 10am on Sunday May 1 until 7.30am on Tuesday May 3.
Third sale status: Guaranteed sale - supporters can purchase one ticket per Supporter ID number, up to a maximum of maximum of 8 tickets per booking.
If a fourth sale takes place, further details will be published here on the afternoon of Tuesday May 3.
Ticket fulfilment (delivery of tickets)
All supporters will have the following two options when booking tickets online:
1. Choose to have your tickets sent by post:
- UK supporters - tickets will be sent via Special Delivery at a charge of £7.90 per booking.
- Non-UK supporters - tickets will be also sent via Special Delivery at a charge of £12.32 per booking.
Tickets will be sent to the registered address of the person making the booking.
Please ensure that the address is up to date as we are unable to redirect tickets to an alternative address once you have completed your purchase.
2. Choose to collect your tickets from the ticket office at Anfield:
The dates for collecting tickets will be published here and supporters MUST collect their tickets no later than 4pm on Thursday May 12.
Tickets not collected will not be duplicated or refunded.
Photo ID in the form of a passport, driving licence or citizens card and a copy of your ticket purchase confirmation email must be provided before we can issue tickets.
The special delivery fee will not be charged.
Travel and parking at Wembley
Parking for supporters can be purchased here in advance of the match. Car park spaces are subject to availability.
General multi-story parking: £40
Minibus parking: £75
Coach parking: £120
Blue Badge parking: £15
A complimentary shuttle bus service is available for disabled supporters from Wembley Park Station to Wembley Stadium. The Wembley Customer Engagement Team will be on hand to assist supporters with directions.
Supporters are advised not to travel without a ticket.
Tickets are strictly non-transferable and ARE NOT available to 'distribute' to other supporters.
Ticket office opening times are available here.
A full list of FAQs in relation to this match can be found here.
All tickets are issued under The FA Ticketing Terms and Conditions & Wembley Stadium Ground Regulations, copies of which can be found here.
Liverpool FC will not take any responsibility for any financial losses due to lost, destroyed, or damaged tickets, or take responsibility for any financial losses due to tickets being stolen, lost, or delayed by the Post Office.
Tickets are STRICTLY non-transferable. Liverpool FC must furnish details to The Football Association on all tickets purchased, i.e. names and addresses of supporters corresponding to the seat details on the tickets issued to the supporter. The FA has indicated that random checks will be carried out at the stadium.
Liverpool FC will not be responsible for any supporter being refused entry either into the stadium, the city of London or the UK. We advise supporters to refer to and meet any changes to entry requirements on the UK Government website.
The club cannot accept any responsibility for losses incurred due to the purchase of travel, and accommodation IF further sanctions are imposed.