Norwich City at Wembley: Extra play-off final tickets go on sale at 9am

Norwich City's Cameron Jerome during the Sky Bet Championship match against Middlesbrough at Carrow

Norwich City's Cameron Jerome during the Sky Bet Championship match against Middlesbrough at Carrow Road earlier this season. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd. - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City fans will today scramble for the final few hundred tickets available for the Canaries' Wembley showdown.

About 600 extra tickets for the Championship Play-Off Final game against Middlesbrough will go on sale this morning and are expected to be rapidly snapped up.

Earlier in the week, Carrow Road chief executive David McNally pledged he would try to add to the initial 38,888 allocation given to the Canaries.

And, after Wembley released extra tickets, the club managed to increase its allocation to 39,500.

However, the club said those tickets were not received in time to be sold along with the others on Wednesday night, hence tomorrow's sale.

They will go on sale to season ticket holders, priority members, away season ticket holders and shareholder members at 9am.

Eligible supporters will be in with the chance of buying a maximum of two tickets per customer number.

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The club 'strongly recommends' that supporters try to buy their tickets online at www.canaries.co.uk.

But they will also be available on 0844 826 1902 or by visiting the Carrow Road ticket office, where lengthy queues are expected, in person.

The match will take place at 3pm on bank holiday Monday. The winners will be promoted to the Premier League for next season, while the losers will face another campaign in the Championship.

It will be the Canaries' first visit to the home of football since the 1985 Milk Cup victory.

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