Supporters attending the Sky Bet League One Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday are advised to familiarise themselves with the fans’ guide below.
This includes information on how to access the turnstiles, safety information when inside the stadium and more.
Further information will continue to be added throughout the build-up to Saturday’s game to ensure you have every base covered when travelled to the capital to back the Lads.
Over 44,000 Sunderland AFC supporters have already booked their seat at Wembley Stadium and a further 2,500 tickets went on sale on Wednesday [18 May] afternoon.
Supporters are advised that this is the Club’s final additional ticket allocation and once these are sold, no further tickets will be available to purchase.
Fans that do not have a ticket are advised not to travel to London this weekend.
PRINT-AT-HOME OR DIGITAL PDF
Supporters attending the Sky Bet League One Play-Off Final are advised they can access Wembley Stadium using a print-at-home or electronic PDF ticket.
Tickets for Saturday’s fixture against Wycombe Wanderers are currently being distributed by email and all fans should have received their ticket by 10am on Thursday 19 May.
Supporters have two options when using their ticket to access the stadium:
- Mobile device
All supporters are advised to use the print-at-home option to ensure tickets can be accessed throughout matchday irrespective of your smartphone battery.
If you wish to access the turnstile by scanning your ticket using a mobile device, please ensure the ticket is downloaded as a PDF and saved as a file or added to your camera roll.
Tickets will NOT add to your mobile wallet and you must use the options above when using a mobile device.
The safety of fans attending Saturday is of paramount importance and security checks will be made before and during the match.
Action will be taken against anyone identified to be breaching Wembley Stadium rules and supporters are reminded that using these pyrotechnic devices inside a football stadium is a criminal offence that will lead to police action, prosecution and football bans.
Pyrotechnics and flares can burn at up to 2,500°C and can cause significant injuries to carriers and fellow spectators.
The EFL and SAFC has also seen a number of incidents that have resulted in people experiencing breathing difficulties, distress and discomfort, so we ask that you please respect other supporters and follow the regulations above.
We would also like to take this opportunity to remind all spectators that persistent standing during a match at Wembley Stadium is strictly forbidden and may result in ejection from the ground.
Persistent standing not only compromises crowd safety, but also affects the matchday experience of fellow spectators, especially children and elderly people.
Supporters attending Saturday’s Sky Bet League One Play-Off Final are advised that a no street-drinking zone on Olympic Way and surrounding areas is in place as part of the current Public Space Protection Order.
Please click here for more information on the order.
There is a wide range of bars, pubs, fan zones and restaurants available to enjoy in before the game and you can find further details here.
The ban on street drinking in public will be enforced by a team of officers from Brent Council, Wembley National Stadium, Wembley Park, The Metropolitan Police Service, Transport for London and the British Transport Police, with fans being required to hand over their alcoholic drinks or face a £100 fine.