Teams: Manchester United v Southampton
Date: Sunday 26th February 2017
Venue: Wembley Stadium
Manchester United fans will be housed in the East End of the stadium, while Southampton fans have been allocated the West End.
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Both clubs will receive an allocation of approximately 31,500 tickets. Tickets can only be purchased directly from the two finalist clubs and are not available from either the EFL (event organiser) or from Wembley Stadium. ‘Club Wembley’ seats (marked in grey on the plan below) are retained by Club Wembley for their Executive Members.
Ticket prices have been held to remain the same as for the previous four seasons and are £40, £56, £72, £90 and £100. Half price concessions are available in all areas.
£40.00 (£20 concession)
£56.00 (£28 concession)
£72.00 (£36 concession)
£90.00 (£45 concession)
£100.00 (£50 concession)
General price structure plan
STADIUM PLAN: Click here to view the price structure plan of Wembley Stadium for the 2017 EFL Cup Final
Tickets for disabled and visually impaired patrons can also only be purchased directly from the two finalist clubs.
The price charged to wheelchair patrons is equivalent to the relevant price for the area in which they're situated, with their personal assistant (where required) gaining access free of charge.
The 2017 EFL Cup Final will be broadcast exclusively live on Sky Sports in the UK, with match highlights on Channel 5. In addition, there will be extensive coverage around the world – full details of international broadcasters showing the match will be published ahead of the Final.
The strips that Manchester United and Southampton will wear at Wembley have been confirmed. The Red Devils will appear in their home kit of red shirt with white shorts and black socks, while the Saints will don their third kit - white shirt, red shorts and white socks.
Referee: Andre Marriner
Assistant referee: Richard West
Assistant referee: Stuart Burt
Fourth official: Kevin Friend
Reserve assistant: Matthew Wilkes
British soprano Emily Haig will perform before the EFL Cup Final.
For further information about the EFL Cup Final and the competition click on the links below:
> Roll of Honour
> Previous Finals
> The Trophy
You can keep track of all the info in the build-up to the game and on the day of the Final itself via the official EFL Cup Twitter and Facebook pages, as well as EFL and club social media accounts. The official hashtag for the final is #EFLCupFinal.