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FA confirm ticket allocation for cup final

FA confirms 25,000 tickets will be available for cup final Credit: PA

There will be 25,000 tickets available for both Hull City and Arsenal fans to go to next month's FA Cup with Budweiser Final, the Football Association has confirmed. Prices for the match will start at £45 and will be available to supporters at Wembley Stadium on Saturday May 17, 2014.

This is the third year running that prices have remained the same. Tickets will be sold via the two clubs.

As well as the 50,000 ticket split between the two clubs, around 20,000 tickets will be distributed to volunteers through the football family which includes counties, leagues, local clubs and charities.

Football family tickets will also include the 92 Premier League and Football League clubs plus another 134 Full Member clubs and all clubs that have reached the Third Round of this season's competition.

17,000 tickets will be used by Club Wembley members. More information regarding tickets will be release by the club later this week


Date change for Hull City v Arsenal

The Premier League has announced that Hull City's home fixture against Arsenal will happen a day later than scheduled. It will now take place on Sunday 20th April, with a kick-off time of 2.05pm.

The date has been changed because of the UEFA Champions League Semi-Final draw which paired Chelsea with Ateltico Madrid.

Hull City supporters who are now unable to attend the re-arranged fixture will be able to claim a full refund by returning their tickets to the KC Stadium Ticket Office, either in person or by post.

Football League ratify Leeds takeover

The Football League has officially cleared Massimo Cellino to become the new owner of Leeds United, after a meeting in London today.

In making its original decision, the Board took the view that Mr Cellino's recent conviction in Sardinia was an act that 'would reasonably be considered to be dishonest' and that he was therefore subject to a disqualifying condition.

In the current absence of detailed reasons for the conviction from the Sardinian Court and having taken into account the principles of Italian law, an independent QC reached a different conclusion. On this basis, Massimo Cellino is cleared to be a director of Leeds United.

– Football League
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