Huddersfield Town will face Peterborough United in the npower League 1 Play-Off Final at Old Trafford on Sunday May 29th. The match will kick off at 3pm with Huddersfield receiving 35,596 tickets while Peterborough have 28,322 although this can increase if demand dictates.
The Terriers fans will be housed in the West End of the stadium while the Posh fans have been allocated the East End.
Ticket prices are £60, £50 and £44, £40 and £30 with half price concessions available for all seats.
Disabled fans (wheelchair & ambulant) will be charged the lowest price ticket for the match they are attending. Their helper will gain access for free, but they must book a 'ticket'. All tickets are available via the Clubs directly and their appointed ticket agency if applicable.
Tickets can only be purchased directly from the two clubs with details as follows, Huddersfield fans click here and Peterborough fans click here. Tickets are not available from either The Football League or from Old Trafford.
Huddersfield made it through to the penalties with a 4-2 penalty win over Bournemouth in a tie which had everything. We had missed penalties, sendings off and plenty of goals, finishing 4-4 on aggregate - for a full round-up click here.
Peterborough secured their place after beating the Milton Keynes Dons 4-3 on aggregate. The Posh were trailing 3-2 after the first leg but were back on level terms after just 11 minutes at London Road, when Grant McCann scored. Craig Mackail-Smith who has been in excellent form for Darren Ferguson's side this season, scored what turned out to be the winner on 54 minutes with his 34th goal of the season.
|npower League 1 Play-Off Final prices
|£30.00 (£15 concession)
|£40.00 (£20 concession)
|£44.00 (£22 concession)
|£50.00 (£25 concession)
|£60.00 (£30 concession)
General Price Structure Plan
npower League1 Play-Off final ticket prices
Ticketing terms & conditions, ground regulations & prohibited items