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Non-League Finals Day at Wembley – kids just £1.00! (FA Vase Final & FA Trophy Final)

£1.00 @ The FA (Football Association)
Excellent price IMO for an opportunity for kids to see some football at Wembley. Non-League Finals Day returns for 2017 offering fans the unique opportunity to watch two cup finals for the price of o… Read More
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[mod] 1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
Excellent price IMO for an opportunity for kids to see some football at Wembley.

Non-League Finals Day returns for 2017 offering fans the unique opportunity to watch two cup finals for the price of one!

The Wembley double header takes place on Sunday, 21 May kicking off with The Buildbase FA Vase final, followed by The Buildbase FA Trophy final.

Last season Wembley Stadium connected by EE hosted the first ever Non-League Finals Day - a huge success with over 46,000 fans in attendance for two shock results. Despite the presence of club mascot ‘Ronaldo’ the bull, favourites Hereford FC were beaten 4-1 by Morpeth Town in the Vase final. In the Trophy final, FC Halifax Town won 1-0 against National League play-off winners, Grimsby Town.

OAP/Students is just £10 or £5 with group bookings
Adults are £25 or £12.50 with group bookings
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#1
Nice one.
1 Like #2
Unfortunately its bitter sweet for YCFC fans :(
#3
Went last year to watch my beloved Halifax Town, right day out! For a quid, kids can't go wrong and the adult prices were fairly reasonable as well. Your choice if you go for both games as well, hot from me.
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brainbug100
Unfortunately its bitter sweet for YCFC fans :(
Saddest Wembley trip ever, before we even kick off :(
#5
I'd hurry mind - the mighty South Shields have sold as many tickets as the other 3 teams put together 8)
#6
BobMass
[quote=brainbug100] Unfortunately its bitter sweet for YCFC fans :(
Saddest Wembley trip ever, before we even kick off :([/quo
not for the 2 macs and CYC its not
1 Like #7
went last year to watch Hereford Fc we took around 20,000. lost on the day but back to back promotions make up for it. I would recommend the day out even for a neutral the atmosphere was amazing and very friendly the kids loved it.
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bakerpaul1977
went last year to watch Hereford Fc we took around 20,000. lost on the day but back to back promotions make up for it. I would recommend the day out even for a neutral the atmosphere was amazing and very friendly the kids loved it.

Yes, I'm a Hereford fan and was also there last season and was one of the few who stuck around for the FA Trophy final afterwards.

If you're going to both the FA Vase and FA Trophy finals, be aware that there's a two hour gap between the two games when, as you can't leave the stadium, there isn't a lot to do but drink ridiculously expensive beer and eat ridiculously expensive food!
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UncleWilly
bakerpaul1977
went last year to watch Hereford Fc we took around 20,000. lost on the day but back to back promotions make up for it. I would recommend the day out even for a neutral the atmosphere was amazing and very friendly the kids loved it.
Yes, I'm a Hereford fan and was also there last season and was one of the few who stuck around for the FA Trophy final afterwards.
If you're going to both the FA Vase and FA Trophy finals, be aware that there's a two hour gap between the two games when, as you can't leave the stadium, there isn't a lot to do but drink ridiculously expensive beer and eat ridiculously expensive food!
I believe they are screening the Premier League between matches
#10
andywedge
UncleWilly
bakerpaul1977
went last year to watch Hereford Fc we took around 20,000. lost on the day but back to back promotions make up for it. I would recommend the day out even for a neutral the atmosphere was amazing and very friendly the kids loved it.
Yes, I'm a Hereford fan and was also there last season and was one of the few who stuck around for the FA Trophy final afterwards.
If you're going to both the FA Vase and FA Trophy finals, be aware that there's a two hour gap between the two games when, as you can't leave the stadium, there isn't a lot to do but drink ridiculously expensive beer and eat ridiculously expensive food!
I believe they are screening the Premier League between matches

That'll be nice for them - last year there were no Premier League games on Non Leage Finals day, so those two hours really dragged!

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