We can now confirm that all tickets for the FA Cup final against Liverpool on Saturday, May 13 have been sold.
West Ham United received an allocation of just 23,500 tickets
for this fixture and, whilst we had hoped this would be increased
further by the Football Association, unfortunately this was not the
The above number needed to be distributed to the following numbers of each category of supporter: 750 Bondholders, approximately 22,200 season ticket holders and a further 1,800 executive members and box holders.
It was decided that, due to the priority points system having already been implemented for the semi-final against Middlesbrough, any season ticket holder who attended this fixture would receive priority for the Final. These supporters were given from 10am on Monday 1st May to 5pm on Tuesday 2nd May in which to apply for tickets. A total of 18,500 supporters attended the match at Villa Park.
As advertised, any remaining tickets after sales to the above were sold to season ticket holders that did not attend the semi-final from 8am on Wednesday 3rd May. At approximately 9.05am the final ticket was sold.
We are extremely sorry that, due to the size of the allocation, we were not able to satisfy the demand from all of our season ticket holders and we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued loyal support.
West Ham United