Official supporter travel remains on sale for the Buildbase FA Trophy Final at Wembley Stadium on Sunday May 22, but be quick to book your places – places are selling fast and will no longer be available after Monday May 16 at 5pm.
If you have not yet booked on an Official Supporter Coach to Wembley, you can do so now via our eTicketing website. Coach tickets are priced at £45 per person for a return trip.
Tickets for official coach travel are available for purchase online only, and will be in the form of a print-at-home eTicket. You will be booked onto a specific coach, but seats on the coaches will be unreserved.
Coaches will depart from Mold Road, Crispin Lane and the Waterworld Car Park no later than 9am, with all three options available to buy, for as long as places remain, online now.
Please note, there were previously three coaches set to depart from Ysgol Clywedog on Ruthin Road. These will now depart from our other sites. Supporters who booked onto these coaches do not need to change their tickets and will be contacted directly to confirm the change.
Fans are advised that, due to other events taking place on May 22, parking will be limited. As such, car share and drop-off is encouraged. Naturally, the sites are expected to be busy, so supporters are advised to take care upon arrival, and be respectful to local residents.
Those booking official coach travel and wishing to park beforehand should adhere to parking restrictions which are in force.
Fans departing from The Racecourse Ground on Mold Road or Crispin Lane will be able to park at the Glyndwr University car park, with no parking available at The Racecourse Ground itself.
For Waterworld and the library car parks, parking charges apply from 8am to 11am daily, at a cost of £1.80. Outside of these hours, there are no parking charges in place.
Parking can be paid for either on-site, via contactless or cash at the pay machine or via the JustPark App. Parking charges apply for blue badge holders in any space.
Where possible, coaches will take the M40 route to Wembley Stadium. It should also be noted that, under the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol) Act 1985, no alcohol will be permitted on board the coaches.