Carabao Cup 🏆 final will entertain 8,000 spectators1 min read
Manchester City will play Tottenham in the Carabao Cup final on April 25 at Wembley; up to 8,000 spectators will be allowed to attend as the game will be used as a test event before the full return of fans to stadiums.
This month’s Carabao Cup final between Manchester City and Tottenham at Wembley will be attended by up to 8,000 spectators after it was confirmed as a test event for the return of fans to stadiums.Tickets will be available to fans of both Man City and Spurs, as well as residents of the area surrounding Wembley and NHS workers.
The English Football League (EFL), which runs the Carabao Cup, says information on ticketing will be made available at a later date.
EFL chairman Rick Parry said: “The Carabao Cup is a prized asset of the EFL, a great competition for clubs to win and always a fantastic occasion so we are absolutely delighted to see supporters back for the 2021 final, in what will hopefully be another important milestone along the way to a full return of fans.”Football has lots of expertise in crowd management so we welcome the opportunity to support the Government in its Events Research Programme and will also take great pride in hosting NHS staff at the final to whom we owe so much for their momentous efforts throughout the pandemic.”