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League Two Play Off Final Details (2016/17)

League Two Play Off Final Details (2016/17)

Details for the League Two Play Off Final at Wembley Stadium between Blackpool and Exeter City have now been confirmed.

The game takes place at 3pm on Sunday May 28 at the national stadium and the Football League confirmed yesterday that Blackpool fans will be housed in the West End of the ground, with Exeter City allocated the East End.

Tickets for the final can be purchased directly from each club involved and are not available from the EFL or Wembley Stadium directly.

Prices have been confirmed as follows:

Cat 6 - £26.00 (£13 concession)
Cat 5 - £32.00 (£16 concession)
Cat 4 - £38.00 (£19 concession)
Cat 3 - £44.00 (£22 concession)
Cat 2 - £48.00 (£24 concession)
Cat 1 - £60.00 (£30 concession)

A seating plan can be found by Clicking Here.

Tickets for disabled and visually impaired fans are also available and the priced charged for wheelchairs fans in the equivalent of the category prices for the area, but their personal assistant where required is free of charge.

Kits have already been decided upon.

Blackpool:
Shirt: Tangerine/white
Shorts: White
Socks: Tangerine

Exeter City:
Shirt: Luminous yellow
Shorts: Luminous yellow
Socks: Luminous yellow

Match Officials:
Referee: Darren England
Assistant Referees: James Bell and Lee Venamore
Fourth Official: David Webb
Reserve Assistant Referee: Helen Byrne

Sky Sports will be screening the final domestically and the national anthem will be performed by Faryl Smith.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Saturday May 20 2017
Time: 11:00AM

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