Mags Direct are privileged to have Haymarket as a partner, who are the publishers of the official FA Cup programmes. We are now able to put the 2017 Emirates FA Cup programmes up for pre-order, to allow fans who wish to own a piece of footballing memorabilia to receive a pristine copy. If you are an Arsenal or Chelsea fan who cannot make the game, we are one of the only official sources of the footy programme outside of the stadium on the day. We also do NOT charge postage, and the price is exactly the same as you’d pay on the day (£10), not inflated Ebay prices!
Get your FA Cup programme here, and if you missed them, we also have the official Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea, and the Arsenal vs Manchester City semi-final programmes for sale at just £5. Check out our sports programmes section where we also have the 2016 cup final programme!
2017 Emirates FA Cup Final Info
Fans’ ticketing allocations for the Emirates FA Cup Final will remain consistent with 2016. Last season The FA took the step of increasing the allocation of the two clubs competing in the Emirates FA Cup Final to approximately 28,000 fans each, equivalent to 80 per cent of the available seating.
Tickets are priced at £45, £65, £85 and £115 for adults. A concessions policy in conjunction with the competing clubs will apply for the match.
The stadium ends have also been allocated for both fixtures. Following the agreement of both clubs, Arsenal fans will occupy the east end of Wembley Stadium whilst Chelsea will be in the west end.
Despite Chelsea qualifying for the final first, Arsenal are designated as the “home” team as they come first alphabetically in The FA’s register. Arsenal will be appearing a record 20th FA Cup Final and would be looking to regain the record for most FA Cup wins by winning their thirteenth in this match. Manager Arsène Wenger also jointly holds the record as the most successful manager in the FA Cup having won it six times previously. Chelsea had won the FA Cup four times since 2003. The match is a repeat of the 2002 FA Cup Final, where Arsenal won 2–0 due to goals from Ray Parlour and Freddie Ljungberg.