McNally: Norwich fans selling Wembley tickets will be banned

A general view of Wembley Stadium. Photo credit: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire.

A general view of Wembley Stadium. Photo credit: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire. - Credit: PA

Norwich City's chief executive David McNally has warned any 'so called fans' selling tickets for Monday's play-off final showdown at Wembley will be banned from Carrow Road.

He tweeted the warning after being contacted by one fan who said it was 'disgusting' touts were selling tickets for the game for £100 to £200.

Mr McNally tweeted: 'If any so called fans are caught selling Wembley tickets then they will be banned from Carrow Road'.

It comes as the club yesterday warned there was a greater risk of ticket touting for the final because of the huge demand for tickets.

The club urged fans to avoid touts, telling them touted tickets may already have been cancelled or be fakes, which would not work when scanned at the stadium.

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Some touted tickets can be duplicates, meaning the seat may already be taken, or stolen.

The last remaining additional tickets for the final went on sale yesterday morning at 9am after the club sold out of its initial allocation on Wednesday.

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It is believed there are still a handful of tickets remaining for the game.

Log onto or call 0844 826 1902 for tickets.

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