Tickets for the Capital One Cup final will go on sale from 9am on Wednesday.

City have confirmed that season-ticket and flexicard holders will have a fortnight’s exclusive window until the close of business on Wednesday, February 13 to buy.

They will be able to purchase a maximum of three tickets per person.

These can be bought via telephone on a special ticketing contact centre which has been set up or online via the club website.

Cup final tickets will NOT be on sale from the ground but the ticket office will provide a “help zone” to assist with any problems that fans may have.

The exception will be those buying tickets for supporters with a disability who have special seating requirements.

City have advised fans to log on to the ticketing system before Wednesday to make sure their accounts are up to date and that friends and family are “linked” where applicable.

The club have been given an allocation of 31,852 for Wembley. Plans to put tickets on general sale will be announced nearer the time.

Don’t miss the Telegraph & Argus on Tuesday for an in-depth question and answer session with City director of operations David Baldwin.