Middlesbrough kick off in their crucial play off final later today. Boro must beat Norwich City, at Wembley, to gain promotion to the premier league. Manager Aitor Karanka says the team spirit has been great all season:
Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka says he - and his players - are excited to play at Wembley this afternoon. Boro face Norwich City, with the winner gaining promotion to the premier league.
Middlesbrough FC manager Aitor Karanka says he and his players are handling the pressure ahead of tomorrow's big match to gain promotion to the premier league.
Speaking ahead of Monday's play-off final against Norwich City, Aitor Karanka says he's pleased the fans are enjoying themselves:
Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka says beating Norwich twice during the season means nothing ahead of their play-off final at Wembley:
Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka says he's looking forward to playing in front of a far bigger crowd at Wembley on Monday:
Middlesbrough FC fan Paul Harrison works in Ghana for several months of the year. He's flown home (a trip of more than 5,000 miles!) just to watch the Boro in Monday's play-off final.
Tickets for Middlesbrough's Championship play-off final clash with Norwich are available to buy on General Sale this morning.
All supporters will be able to purchase tickets for the Wembley showdown on May 25 (Bank Holiday Monday) on the club's website or via hotline on 01642 909090 after 9am.
Middlesbrough have confirmed there will be no tickets available for sale over the counter at the club’s Ticket Office.
Tickets for Middlesbrough's Championship playoff final clash against Norwich at Wembley on May 25 have gone on sale to Boro Pride Members.
Members can purchase tickets from the club website or via hotline on 01642 909090.
Supporters will be able to purchase tickets on General Sale from 9am on Monday 18 May.
Brentford manager Mark Warburton said 'the best team went through' after his side were beaten by Middlesbrough in the Championship playoff semi-final.
Boro won 3-0 at the Riverside Stadium last night, giving them a 5-1 aggregate win over Brentford and clinching a playoff final place at Wembley on May 25.
Speaking after the game, Warburton offered his congratulations to Middlesbrough. The 52-year-old also said his own future remains unclear after it was announced he will leave Brentford at the end of the season.