Wolves have sold more than 21,000 tickets for their FA Cup semi-final against Watford at Wembley, prior to them going on sale to members tomorrow.
Seats go on sale to members, based on a loyalty point structure, on Tuesday as the club prepares for its first semi-final since 1998.
Tickets for the game, which is on Sunday, April 7 (4pm), will be sold online at www.wolvestickets.co.uk, or via telephone on 0371 222 1877. They will not be available from the ticket office via counter sales.
Sales to My Wolves, #WolfPack or Young Wolves members begin on Tuesday, March 26 at 9am and will run by the following points structure:-
Tuesday, March 26, 9am – members with 140+ loyalty points or more;
Wednesday, March 27, 9am – members with 130+ loyalty points or more;
Wednesday, March 27, 11am – members with 120+ loyalty points or more;
Wednesday, March 27, 1pm – members with 110+ loyalty points or more;
Wednesday, March 27, 3pm – members with 100+ loyalty points or more.
Wolves have around 22,500 season ticket holders, which means around 1,500 have not yet bought a ticket, while they have been allocated a total of 33,000 tickets, for the East side of Wembley.
The team has won all of its last six games at Wembley, winning the FA Cup in 1949 and 1960, the League Cup in 1974 and 1980 and the Sherpa Van Trophy in 1988, plus the Premier League fixture away to Tottenham in December.
But they have lost their last four FA Cup semi-finals, in 1973, 1979, 1981 after a replay and 1998.
This is the first time Wolves have played a semi-final at Wembley, where they have not lost since 1939, when Portsmouth beat them 4-1 to lift the FA Cup.