Ticket prices for this year’s FA Cup semi-finals and final have been frozen, the Football Association has announced.
The governing body announced that ticket prices for this season’s showpiece matches at Wembley Stadium will stay the same following last year’s reduction.
The semi-finals, which are being held on April 22 and 23, will remain at 2014 prices that range from £30 (€34/$36) to £60 for adults.
The draw for the semi-finals will take place on Monday evening following the final quarter-final tie.
Tickets for the final have been reduced by £5 across all price points compared to 2016. For adult tickets, it will cost between £45 and £115.
For all three matches, a concessions policy will apply in conjunction with the competing clubs’ policies.
The eight teams still in contention are Premier League clubs Manchester City, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Middlesbrough and Chelsea, along with League One club Millwall. Meanwhile, Lincoln City is the first non-League team to reach the FA Cup sixth round since 1914.
Prior to Lincoln City’s replay against Championship side Ipswich Town, police had urged the team’s fans to not resell their tickets after complaints began flooding in that they were being sold for a profit on social media sites.