FA reveal semis allocation

The Football Association has confirmed the ticket prices and club allocations for next month's FA Cup with Budweiser semi-finals at Wembley Stadium.

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Wigan: FA cup holders return to Wembley to face Sheffield United

Wigan: FA cup holders return to Wembley to face Sheffield United

Ticket prices have been frozen for a fourth year with categories ranging from £30 to £60.

Wigan Athletic and Hull City will be in the east side of Wembley while Arsenal and Sheffield United have been allocated the west.

Saturday's fixture on April 12, which kicks off at 5pm, will see the FA Cup holders, Wigan Athletic, given an allocation of 22,807 while Arsenal receive 42,882.

The Latics' allocation has been mutually agreed between the club and the FA and is based on their supporter numbers at last season's FA Cup semi-final and final plus the Community Shield in August.

The following day, at 4pm, Hull City, who receive 32,011 tickets, will face League One Sheffield United.

The Blades have been given 31,796 for their fans.

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