Pompey are heading back to Wembley for the first time since 2010 when they compete in the Checkatrade Trophy final.
Kenny Jackett’s side will face Sunderland at the national stadium on Sunday, March 31 (2.30pm kick-off).
Blues fans have been allocated 39,659 seats in the west side of the stadium.
All tickets bought online and over the phone will be administered by Ticketmaster, through their dedicated call centre and website.
When can I buy tickets?
Monday, March 11 (8am) – online and phone sales only
Supporters who have purchased a ticket for at least one of Pompey’s previous Checkatrade Trophy games this season will be able to buy up to six tickets per client reference number.
Please note that fans will only be on our database if they bought a Checkatrade Trophy ticket in advance – either online, by phone or from the ticket office – and not on the evening of the game.
Monday, March 11 (1pm) – online and phone sales only
All season ticket holders and former shareholders will be able to purchase up to six tickets per client reference number.
Wednesday, March 13 (9am)
A limited number of tickets will be available to purchase directly from the Anson Road ticket office for season ticket holders and former shareholders who do not have the means to purchase either online or over the phone.
Monday, March 18 (8am)
Tickets will, subject to availability, be placed on general sale and up to nine can be bought per client reference number.
Supporters who book tickets must be on the club’s ticketing database and have purchased tickets within the past two seasons. This is a Wembley stipulation to ensure opposition supporters cannot buy tickets from Pompey’s allocation.
How do I buy tickets?
Supporters are advised to secure their seat by using our eticketing site or calling the Ticketmaster call centre on 0844 847 1898.
The call centre is open from 8am-8pm from Monday-Saturday and 8am-6pm on Sundays. Calls cost 7p from landlines, but charges from mobile phones may be considerably more.
As stated above, a limited number of tickets will be available to buy directly from the Anson Road ticket office from 9am on Wednesday, March 13.
Wheelchair users and ambulant supporters should contact the Pompey ticket office directly, either in person or by calling 0345 646 1898.
Fans should note that tickets cannot be bought (other than wheelchair/ambulant tickets) by calling the usual ticket office number.
How much do tickets cost?
|Cat 1||Cat 2||Cat 3||Cat 4||Cat 5||Cat 6|
|Young Person (17-21)||£47.40||£38.40||£33.90||£29.40||£23.40||£17.40|
|Junior (16 and under)||£12.40||£12.40||£12.40||£12.40||£12.40||£12.40|
All of the above prices include a £2.40 booking fee.
Wheelchair and ambulant tickets are priced at the same rates and include a carer if on the highest rate of DLA or PIP.
There will also be a £2.50 first class postage fee per booking for tickets that are bought online or over the phone.
Click here to view a map of Wembley. Tickets in each category will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and are subject to availability.
Wembley Stadium will be issuing a full travel pack for Pompey supporters in the near future.
Official coach travel is organised by Lucketts Travel and will be available to buy online here or by calling 01329 237000. It is priced £30 for adults and £25 for children (under 16). Coach travel is subject to availability and will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Booking a coach ticket does not guarantee you a match ticket.
Parking for cars and supporter coaches can be purchased at www.wembleyofficialparking.com or by calling 020 8903 6966. It is priced £65 per coach and £30 per car if booked in advance. Parking is subject to availability and prices may rise on the day of the game.
Blue badge parking at Wembley Stadium is available to purchase at a discounted rate of £15 per space. This is subject to availability and the price may rise on the day of the game.
Supporters having problems accessing their online account are advised to visit the Anson Road ticket office or call them on 0345 646 1898. Supporter ID numbers are printed on season tickets and match tickets, so please check before contacting us. Fans can email email@example.com, but due to the volume of emails expected during this period, may not receive a prompt reply.
Supporters who require a carer do not need their carer ID when purchasing tickets and will just need their own ID and postcode. A number of seats in Level 1 (rows 30-31) have step-free access and are recommended for supporters with mobility issues.
Restricted Bag Policy
Wembley Stadium operates a restricted bag policy. Supporters will not be allowed to bring a bag into the ground unless is adheres to regulations. Click here for full details.
Visually Impaired Supporters
Headsets and mini-induction loops must be booked in advance. Please contact the Pompey ticket office for more details.
There is a designated family area at Wembley Stadium for Pompey fans. There must be a ratio of no more than two adults with each junior (16 and under) supporter. There is a maximum of three juniors for every adult ticket.
A maximum of nine tickets can be bought together in each transaction (please note that a maximum of six tickets can be bought per client reference number).
All supporters aged 14 years and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Children under the age of two will be allowed entry without a ticket. Please note that any child aged two and over will require a valid match ticket.
Pompey fans who wish to buy tickets in the designated singing area should choose blocks 133 or 134.
Flags and Instruments
Fans must obtain permission if they wish to take flags and musical instruments. Wembley Stadium have strict policies and you will not be able to enter with these items if you do not have prior permission. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to obtain permission.
Supporters may bring flags into Wembley Stadium without permission if:
- It is smaller than 250cm in size at the widest or longest point.
- The flag pole is made from wood and/or plastic only and no longer than 1m one metre in length and 1cm in diameter
- There is no advertising or commercial message on the flag
- It does not contain any abusive or defamatory message
Please note that flag poles made of metal are not permitted inside the stadium, no matter what size of length the flag/pole is. If a supporters arrives at Wembley Stadium and their flag is not covered by the above points and they have not gained prior permission, the flag may be confiscated at the turnstiles.
No Resale of Tickets
It is an offence under Section 166 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 for any unauthorised person to sell tickets.