Ticket details revealed
Aston Villa expects another sell-off in Wembley.
Ticket details for the play-off final game of Villa on May 27 against Leeds United or Derby County were released.
Dean Smith and his players have defeated local rivals West Bromwich Albion on two legs to reach the Wembley flagship. Now they are seeking salvation following Fulham's heartbreak last season.
Fans can buy tickets today (May 15) from 5:00 pm, although certain criteria must be met.
How many tickets did Villa get last year?
For last year's meeting with Fulham in the capital, 38,144 seats were allocated to the mansion in the west end of Wembley Stadium.
The ticket prices varied according to the cheapest adult ticket available for 36 GBP and the most expensive ticket for 98 GBP.
Villa was sold out quickly and is expected to do so again this year.
Villa confirms the full details of the final playoff ticket – READ
Aston Villa fans can apply for a free trip to Wembley for the championship play-off final – but they have to be quick.
Villa made it to a penalty shoot-out against West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday to the championship.
The fans are just 90 minutes away from returning to the Premier League, and on Monday, May 27 (3:00 pm), they are planning their visit to the National Stadium.
And fans can travel by bus for free if they are among the first 50 who have booked with Zeelo and by entering the coupon code. " PLAYOFF FINAL "on their website here.
Allez, Allez, Allez
Aston Villa fans have rustled a few Premier League feathers.
Thousands went to Sky Sports Tuesday night to witness the dramatic penalty shoot-out by Claret and Blues against West Bromwich Albion.
Dean Smith's side defeated Albion 1-0, but thanks to the heroics of goalkeeper Jed Steer on penalties and will now play the play-off final.
The Villa fans who made the short trip to The Hawthorns stayed behind to celebrate with Smith and heroes.
Villa has taken over Allez Allez singing in recent months, which was heard loud and clear in Sky.
Head coach Smith – a childhood villan – and loan defender Tyrone Mings have sung the popular terraced song.
But a fan base has made an exception to Villa's new vocals. Liverpool's fans claim copyright.
Red believers have used the vocals throughout the season, as well as a number of other teams – including West Brom.
Liverpool fans ridiculed Villas' use of the song with a fan who said, "Why are other clubs robbing songs?
Here's how Villans responded
Michael Evans: You find out that the vocals have been spread in Europe for several years. I'm pretty sure the Liverpool fans lifted it out of Porto Ultras.
Ted Maguire: Say the amount that YNWA has deprived of Celtic.
Chris Williams: It's a football song !!!!! Do not you have anything else to do.
RB Leipzig's interest in Tammy Abraham has been reportedly based on the promotional offer from Aston Villa.
Villa booked their place in the play-off final of the championship for the second consecutive season on Tuesday night when Abraham scored the winning goal for a dramatic shoot-out win over West Bromwich Albion.
Villa will seek to extend its stay in the Midlands beyond this season by winning either Leeds United or Derby County in the final. If this is not the case, Leipzig is waiting in the wings to approach the striker.
The Bundesliga club was impressed by the 21-year-old's scoresheet this season and is preparing a bid of £ 25m, according to Sun.