WIGAN Athletic have received an allocation of 22,807 tickets for their FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal.
The FA has confirmed ticket costs for the game at Wembley on April 12, which will have a 5pm kick-off.
Prices range from £30 to £60, the same as last season, depending on the area of the stadium in which fans are sat.
Once again, Wigan supporters will be in the East side of the stadium, where they were for the FA Cup semi-final, final and Community Shield in 2013.
Latics’ allocation has been mutually agreed between the club and the FA and is based on their supporter numbers at last season’s matches.
Arsenal, located in the West end of the stadium, have received an allocation of 42,882 tickets.
Wigan’s allocation will be split as follows:
Category 1 - £60 – 2,545
Category 2 - £50 – 9,809
Category 3 - £40 – 6,509
Category 4 - £30 – 3,944
Wheelchair Spaces – 77
Personal Assistant Seats – 77
Ambulant/Visually Impaired – 100.
Tickets, which will have a £10 discount for OAPs and under-16s, will go on sale next Friday to corporate customers before being released to season ticket holders on Sunday, March 23 (no internet or telephone sales on this day).
Should any tickets remain they will go on sale from Wednesday March 26.
Season tickets and general sale customers can receive two tickets per person.