With our participation in the play-offs now confirmed, we've rounded up the key information our supporters need to know.
As we're guaranteed to finish in second place, we will play a home semi-final on Sunday 7 May (kick-off 12.30pm) against the winners of the eliminator match played between the teams who finish fifth and sixth, scheduled for Tuesday 2 May.
Victory in the semi-final would see us participate in the final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 13 May (kick-off 3.30pm), with the victors claiming promotion.
Click here for semi-final ticket and hospitality details.
Meanwhile, we are able to share detailed guidance to supporters who have or are considering taking advantage of the National League’s early-bird ticket offer for the final.
The league recently announced that early bird tickets are on sale, with discounted prices available until Thursday 27 April.
They also confirmed that while early bird purchasers are allocated seats in a neutral zone, fans of clubs who progress to the final will be able to complete an online form to ensure they are allocated a seat in their club’s designated area of the stadium.
To help our supporters make an informed decision on whether or not to commit to an early bird ticket, both the National League and Wembley have confirmed that the following details are correct:
What does an early bird ticket cost – and how do I buy one?
- Adult: £20
- 60 and over: £10
- Under 16: One free per adult/60 and over, additional tickets £5 each
You can buy yours exclusively from Wembley’s ticket portal.
Please note – Early bird tickets can only be printed at home and a £2.50 ‘delivery fee’ applies to each booking
How much will tickets cost after the early bird deadline?
- Adult: £41
- 65 and over: £41
- Under 16: £41
- Adult: £36
- 65 and over: £18
- Under 16: £18
When is the early bird deadline?
Early bird prices are available until midday on Thursday 27 April.
If I buy an early bird ticket, where will my allocated seat be?
Early bird ticket holders are allocated seats in Club Wembley, a neutral zone offering an excellent view of the action and exclusive food and drink options.
If we get to the final, how can I ensure I'm seated in an exclusive Notts supporters’ area?
Following the conclusion of the early bird period, all lead bookers will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org, asking them to complete an online form.
On the form, supporters can specify the team they support and provide their order number (which can be obtained from the confirmation email they’ll have received at the point of purchase).
Wembley will then ensure that early bird ticket purchasers of the two finalist clubs are allocated seats in the appropriate areas, with those who support teams who aren’t in the final accommodated in a neutral zone.
Can I get a refund on my early bird ticket if Notts don’t reach the final?
No – early bird tickets are non-refundable.
I’m a disabled supporter. What do I need to know?
Please call Wembley Stadium on 0800 093 0824 for details.