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Wembley: Tickets and travel – News

Tickets for the Vanarama National League play-off final will go on sale at 9am on Monday, May 8 – with all sales going through Wembley’s online ticketing portal.

Tickets will be sold from this link.

In the meantime, we’ve confirmed bus travel arrangements and received instructions about next weekend’s strikes, as well as on-site parking.

Official travel coach

After incredible reception, we filled the original 14 coaches.

We are working with our travel providers to find more coaches, with a waiting list currently active. Click here to add your name.

Departure times vary from 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and will commence the return journey after a reasonable amount of time has elapsed after the finals have ended.

Due to high interest, we are unable to provide secure parking at Meadow Lane to supporters of our coach service.


  • Adults: £31
  • Adult Season Ticket Holder, Lifeline or NCFCOSA member: £30
  • Under 18: £22
  • Season ticket holder under 18, Lifeline or NCFCOSA member: £21

How to order

  • Click here to book through our ticketing site
  • Visit our box office, which will remain open for a short time today and open from 9am to 5pm every day next week before the finale (including public holiday Monday)
  • Call 0115 955 7210 in the above time frame

Fans will be issued a ticket for their specific coach, numbered 1 and up.

parking lot

Event day parking will be available to book at Wembley once our competition is confirmed. Click here to reserve parking spaces at the stadium and Blue Badge.

Wealdstone FC has also kindly provided parking for our supporters, at £5 per car, £15 per minibus and £25 per coach, at their Grosvenor Vale stadium in Ruislip – a short distance from Wembley. Space must be reserved by emailing Click here for more information.

railway strike

East Midlands Railway has confirmed that, due to strike action on the day of the final, departures will only be available between 7am and 4:30pm – meaning our supporters will unable to complete the return journey by train on match day.

In addition, there will be no service on Friday, May 12 – the day before the final.

EMR advises: “Travel by rail only if absolutely necessary and note that strike action will affect other routes across the country, with very limited services running across the entire rail network. .”

please see EMR’s website For more details.

The London Underground network was not included in the strike action.


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