The FA’s Non-League Finals Day is returning to Wembley Stadium on Sunday 21 May 2017.
The Buildbase FA Vase and The Buildbase FA Trophy Finals will be played back-to-back – repeating the historic double staging of the two showpiece events last season.
Nearly 50,000 people turned out at Wembley last May to see both matches and enjoy a carnival atmosphere in and around the ground.
Tickets are £25 for adults and £10 for concessions, with The FA delighted to confirm that all children will be able to enjoy the day out at Wembley for just £1.
There is also a Non-League Finals Day group rate, offering half price adult and concession tickets for groups of nine or more.
Standard and group tickets are available from TheFA.Com/Tickets or by calling 0844 826 2010.
Last season Morpeth were 4-1 winners against Hereford FC, to become the seventh Northern League club to win The FA Vase in eight years.
In the FA Trophy final, Scott McManus’s solitary strike against Grimsby Town was enough to give Halifax victory on their first visit to the stadium.
The FA Trophy is open to clubs playing in Steps One to Four of The FA National League System – the four tiers immediately below League Two of the EFL. The forthcoming season will see 276 clubs contesting for top honours.
The FA Vase is open to clubs at Steps Five to Seven of The FA National League System and the 2016-17 season features 592 clubs.