Tickets: Further Allocation for FA Youth Cup Final

Secure your tickets from 1pm!


Leeds United are pleased to announce that a further allocation of 1,484 tickets have been secured for the FA Youth Cup final against Manchester City.

The club were given an initial allocation of 5,032 which were quickly snapped up by supporters wishing to go and watch Rob Etherington's side.

The match is due to take place at the Etihad Stadium on Friday 10th May 2024, with kick-off scheduled for 7pm.

With this further allocation, the Whites could now be backed by around 6,500 supporters in the final.

Tickets are on general sale (up to six tickets per person) from 1pm on Tuesday 30th April.


General Sale:

Accessible Disabled Tickets:

Wheelchair and ambulant disabled tickets are priced as per above. A complimentary ticket for a personal assistant is available if required.

Onsite Accessible Parking:

Manchester City are pleased to offer 14 spaces in Grey Car Park Gate 7 M11 3DL. To request parking, please contact the Leeds United Disability Liaison Officer by emailing [email protected]. You will need to provide your name, email and registration number. Parking is allocated on a first come first served basis.

Audio Descriptive Commentary:

Complimentary headsets are available to allow blind/partially sighted supporters to enjoy the game, from any seat they choose. Supporters should contact their own club’s Disability Liaison Officer who in turn, can liaise with Manchester City Football Club.  Every effort will be made to accommodate such requests, subject to availability. Please email [email protected] to request headsets.

Additional Information: Age Restrictions at the Etihad

Manchester City would like to highlight their policy in relation to Under-18s attending a match at the Etihad Stadium.

Under 14s:

Supporters Under 14 are not allowed to enter the stadium without an Adult (Over 18).  As a result, and in-line with reasonable adjustments, any supporter who is Under 14 must attend with their parent/guardian and are required to pay the prevailing rate for both their seats.  For the avoidance of doubt, this applies to all disabled supporters, whether walking ambulant or who require the use of a wheelchair.

Over 14 and Under 18:

Supporters Over 14 and Under 18 can enter the stadium unaccompanied however they are not allowed to be responsible for another supporter.  Only supporters Over 18 can be responsible for a child Under 18


When visiting with groups of children or young people, it is important that the level of supervision is appropriate to their age group and their needs, which may be very specific. In general, younger children need to be more closely supervised and will require a higher adult to child ratio. The following are the adult to child ratios we recommend you work to when attending an event at Manchester City:

If the group is mixed gender, the supervising staff should also include both male and female supervision wherever possible. The above are in line with NSPCC guidelines, nspcc.org.uk.

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