It doesn't get much bigger than the FA Cup semi-finals and getting to see your club just one match away from the coveted final of the world's oldest cup competition. If you are looking to secure FA Cup semi-final tickets, then SeatPick has you covered, and you are just a click or two away from being at Wembley cheering on your team.
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The FA Cup tournament is, without doubt, one of the most prestigious in world football and has been in operation since 1871; it is well known as the oldest national football competition in the world and has the iconic status to prove it.
The number of teams that start the competition numbers in the 700s, and by the time the quarter-finals are completed, the tournament is down to just four teams, all of whom will be desperate to book their place in the FA Cup final.
The bonus for those who have reached the FA Cup semi-finals in recent years is the fact that the FA Cup fixtures at this stage of the competition now take place at Wembley Stadium, which offers fans the chance of a spectacular day out, which will come as some consolation for the teams who get knocked out at this stage.
This game is best known for the exploits of Spurs legend Paul Gascoigne, who put on a masterclass to see off local rivals Arsenal. Sadly for the England international, Gazza suffered a horrendous injury in the final, albeit that game did at least result in an FA Cup final triumph against Nottingham Forest.
When you consider that an imperious Liverpool team beat the Eagles 9-0 earlier in the season, it was somewhat astonishing that the South London side were capable of overcoming that humiliation to edge past their illustrious opposition in an absolute thriller which saw Alan Pardew secure a 4-3 win in the 110th minute.
Before the famous Stanley Matthews final of 1953, Bolton had to overcome Everton in a truly memorable semi-final. Wanderers were 4-0 up and cruising at half-time before the Toffees fought back bravely but were unable to prevent a defeat.
This game is best remembered for an absolute wonder strike from Mark Hughes, scored by the Welsh wizard in the 120th minute at the original Wembley Stadium, that broke Oldham's hearts and set up a replay that Manchester United duly thumped their lesser rivals 4-1.
There can be no better location for FA Cup games than Wembley Stadium. The venue is, of course, synonymous with the competition, and it's a rite of passage for all football fans to visit the location to see their team in action.
The capacity of the venue is 82,000, and it has hosted FA Cup finals since 1923, albeit with a short break when they took place at the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff when the old stadium was redeveloped.
The FA Cup semi-finals this year definitely have something of a David vs Goliath feel to them, and many fans may well be rooting for the underdogs.
The first of the two games sees Premier League title holders Manchester City take on second-tier side Sheffield United in a match that is going to be one hell of a challenge for the EFL Championship team.
In the other semi-final, high-flying Brighton & Hove Albion take on Manchester United, with Erik ten Hag's side having already won the EFL Cup this season and definitely the slight favourite in the clash.
Many neutrals will be hoping that Manchester City and Manchester United can force their way through to set up a truly mouthwatering finale to the FA Cup.
Tickets for both games are already on sale at SeatPick, and you can buy tickets right now.
Since the 2007-08 season, the FA Cup semi-finals have been exclusively played in London at Wembley Stadium. This is great for fans as, firstly, the capacity of the venue is expansive. Secondly, supporters get to experience the pomp and ceremony that goes with matches at the national venue.
For various reasons, efforts to get your FA Cup semi-final tickets via the traditional route are next to impossible. Firstly the allocation for each competing team is always far lower than is requested. Secondly, these are usually first offered to season ticket holders, and by the time they have taken their seats, there is likely to be none left to be purchased directly from your club.
Some tickets are then given to Club Wembley members, and by the time it gets to the general sale, no tickets will likely be left. Fortunately, this is where SeatPick can assist you.
Our platform works with only trusted resellers, and our inventory is among the biggest in the market. This means you have many tickets to select from, some available at face value and ticketing options throughout the stadium.
No. You can purchase tickets via our platform without being affiliated with a specific club.
The dates for the 2023 FA Cup semi-finals are as follows.
The two games will take place on Saturday, the 22nd of April, and Sunday, the 23rd of April, with the exact details still to be released.
The average price for the 2022/23 FA Cup semi-final tickets usually starts from £100-£200 per ticket.
The range of tickets available via SeatPick means you can seek out cheap tickets or if you feel the occasion is worth of the extra investment, hospitality packages which are competitively priced.
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