Date: 28th January 2016 at 8:13am
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With Liverpool over coming Stoke City in the Capital One Cup Semi Final second leg on Tuesday evening, and Manchester City over coming Everton in our tie last night, the details for the Final are now confirmed.

Manchester City booked their place in the Wembley Final thanks to a three one second leg victory over Roberto Martinez’s boys to take the Semi four three on aggregate having lost the first leg at Goodison Park.

Goals from Fernandinho, De Bruyne and Aguero put us through to the Final and whilst it was a nervy affair the only real disappointment is what looked a very serious injury to our Belgian summer signing who looks to have done something more serious than not to his right knee.

The 56th League Cup Final will take place at 4.30pm on Sunday February 28.

Liverpool find themselves in the West End and City will find themselves in the East End.

Both clubs will receive an allocation of 31,500 tickets and tickets can only be purchased directly from the clubs.

They are not available from The Football League or from Wembley Stadium directly and ‘Club Wembley’ seats, marked in grey on the Stadium map on this link are retained for Executive Members.

Ticket prices for the final have been held as those used in the previous four seasons – £40, £56, £72, £90 and £100. Half price concessions are available in all areas.

Cat 5 – £40.00 (£20 concession)
Cat 4 – £56.00 (£28 concession)
Cat 3 – £72.00 (£36 concession)
Cat 2 – £90.00 (£45 concession)
Cat 1 – £100.00 (£50 concession)

STADIUM PLAN: click here to view the price structure plan of Wembley Stadium for the 2016 Capital One Cup Final – PDF.

Further ticket details, now the finalists are known will be made available by the club in due course.

NB – Tickets for disabled and visually impaired patrons are also only available from the finalist clubs, and prices to wheelchair patrons is equivalent to the relevant price for the area in which they’re situated, with their personal assistant (where required) gaining access free of charge.

The Final will be screened live on Sky Sports with highlights on Channel 5 as per the broadcasting agreements. For those abroad, details of the international broadcasters showing the match will be announced ahead of the final itself.

Match officials for the final and each teams chosen strip for the game, will also follow in due course.

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