Soccer fans willing to watch Isaac Success and his Watford teammates seek to make history against all odds in their upcoming English FA Cup final against Manchester City wll have to pay a maximum of £145 for tickets to the game on May 18.
However, tickets for the game, in which Success would aim to follow the footsteps of John Fashanu, Daniel Amokachi, Nwankwo Kanu, John Mikel Obi, Austin Okocha, Victor Moses and Alex Iwobi as the next Nigerian to play in the iconic final also have lower prices for various classes.
Officials disclosed further on Tuesday that other classes of ticket prices have been frozen, to remain at £45, £70 and £115, while concessions will apply and will be determined by each club.
Success missed out on The Hornets’ historic comeback 3-2 win against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the semi-final on Sunday, due to injury, but he will hope to be part of the ultimate match, which will begin at 17:00 BST on May 18.
City, chasing the quadruple, narrowly beat Brighton in Saturday’s semi-final courtesy of Gabriel Jesus’ early goal, while Watford came from two goals down at home behind to beat Wolves after extra time.
The final will be broadcast live on BBC One from Wembley Stadium, where Watford and City have been allocated approximately 28,000 tickets, as is in line with the previous two seasons.
Fans of five-time champions, City will take the east end of the stadium while Watford supporters will take the west, to watch their team’s first FA Cup final in 35 years.