Brackley Town have confirmed Sunday’s Conference North play-off final against FC Halifax Town will be all-ticket.
Brackley booked their place in the final with a 3-0, 4-2 aggregate, defeat of Altrincham on Saturday in front of more than 1,300 fans at St James’ Park.
Victory this Sunday would see Brackley promoted to the Football Conference and welcoming teams such as Luton Town, Cambridge United, Wrexham and Grimsby to the town next sesson.
But such is the expected level of interest in Sunday’s FC Halifax clash the club has today, Monday, announced admission will be by ticket only with no pay on the day entry.
Capacity for Sunday’s game has been restricted to 2,500, with tickets for home fans available to be purchased from noon on Wednesday until 4pm Saturday.
Tickets must be collected from the club by 1pm Sunday, May 12 at the very latest.
Tickets can also be reserved by calling 01280 704077 from noon on Wednesday, with a maximum of eight tickets per booking and a £1.50 charge for payment by card.
When collecting tickets, supporters must have a valid ID with postal address. Prices are adults £12, concessions £6 and U16s £3.
A total of 2,500 tickets will be sold for the game, with 1,000 available for visiting FC Halifax fans.
Away fans’ tickets are being arranged through FC Halifax Town direct.