Tickets go on general sale this morning for the FA Cup final between Aston Villa and holders Arsenal.
25,000 seats have been allocated for Villa fans at Wembley with a similar number for the Gunners. Down on the 32,000 for the semi final win over Liverpool.
However, with a capacity of 90,000, many Villa supporters are arguing that their allocation should be far higher, and that many fans will miss out on seeing the team make their first FA cup final appearance since 2000.
The final will be played on May 30th.
Aston Villa will face Liverpool in the semi final of the FA Cup.
It's after Liverpool beat Blackburn 1-0 in a quarter final replay at Ewood Park this evening.
The semi-final tie will take place at Wembley on 19 April.
Tickets go on sale this morning for Aston Villa's FA Cup Semi-final match at Wembley next month.
They will face either Blackburn Rovers or Liverpool on either 18 or 19 April.
There is an allocation of more than 31,799 tickets for Villa fans.
The first tickets will go on sale at 9am for fans who have had a season ticket for 10 years or more.
West Midlands Police says it raised concerns about the kick-off time of the FA Cup clash between Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion.Read the full story ›
The Football Association has contacted Aston Villa and West Brom to "request their observations to the disturbing crowd incidents which occurred during and after their FA Cup quarter-final tie" on Saturday.
West Bromwich Albion FC have issued a statement accepting Aston Villa's apology for fans' behaviour at Villa Park.Read the full story ›
West Brom have vowed to take strong action against any of the club's fans found to have been involved in disturbances at the FA Cup quarter-final against Aston Villa on Saturday.
Seats were thrown from the Albion section and Villa supporters invaded the pitch twice during the game as Tim Sherwood's men beat the Baggies 2-0 on Saturday to reach the semi-finals.
Villa issued an apology after the game to "the Football Association, the West Bromwich Albion directors, manager Tony Pulis and all his staff and players" and Albion announced in a statement on Sunday that the apology had been "received in the spirit with which it was intended".
"West Bromwich Albion note the public apology issued by Aston Villa FC in the wake of the disturbing scenes during and after the FA Cup quarter-final at Villa Park," read the statement.
"The apology is received in the spirit with which it was intended.
"The club is also aware of reports of serious misbehaviour involving some of its own supporters.
"It issues an uncompromising reminder today that any supporter found guilty of disorder offences can expect the appropriate sanction from the club. West Bromwich Albion will continue to operate zero tolerance to any fans who bring the club's reputation into disrepute.
"The club also welcomes the FA investigation into the scenes and how they came about; West Bromwich Albion will co-operate fully.
"Pitch invasions cannot be tolerated under any circumstances. The safety of the club's players and staff during and at the end of the game was clearly compromised and that has to be a subject of deep concern for everyone involved."
The FA has confirmed it will launch a "thorough" investigation into the crowd problems that marred Aston Villa's FA Cup winRead the full story ›
Seventeen people were arrested during a policing operation for last night's FA Cup tie between Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion.Read the full story ›
Aston Villa has apologised to West Bromwich Albion after a pitch invasion by fans during their FA Cup win.Read the full story ›