City have revealed details of how they will oversee the general sale of Wembley tickets.

Just under 2,500 are expected to be available once the season ticket and flexi-card holder window finishes at 5pm on Wednesday.

From 9am Thursday, the remainder will go on sale from the Valley Parade ticket office only.

Fans will be able to buy a maximum of two tickets each on a first come, first served basis.

With Swansea already selling out their allocation, there will be a system in place to make sure that opposition fans do not get into City areas at Wembley.

Any supporter wishing to buy tickets must produce one stub from a home league game this season. They also need to have a utility bill showing they live in the area and a copy of some photo identification.

The added security measures have been brought in on the request of the football authorities. Any queries should be emailed to the club to

Tickets are available across all price bands subject to availability.