The Club has compiled the following information to help supporters with tickets for the FA Cup Final plan their day.
Let’s make Wembley red on Saturday
The team colours have been announced for the match, with both teams wearing their traditional home kits. Hull City in amber and black, with Arsenal wearing our home red and white kit.
We are asking all supporters to wear red on the day to make Wembley a home from home for the team.
The match is now officially sold out, with both clubs having sold their allocations. Arsenal and Hull City have both received approximately 25,000 tickets.
This is an all-ticket match and therefore anyone without tickets should not to travel to Wembley Stadium.
West end of Wembley Stadium
The Arsenal fans will occupy the west end of the stadium, while the team will use the west dressing room, both the same as the semi-final.
The FA Cup Final will be refereed by Lee Probert, his assistants will be Jake Collin and Michael Mcdonough. Simon Bennett is the fourth official.
Extra-time and penalties
If the game ends in a draw there will be extra-time (two periods of 15 minutes) and, if necessary, a penalty shoot-out to determine the winner. There will not be a replay.
It will be the first ever FA Cup final played with the use goal-line technology.
Arsenal has been allocated the west side of Wembley Stadium and a number of pubs have been designated ‘Arsenal pubs’ for the semi-final. The Club is liaising with these pubs to create an strong “Arsenal” look and feel for the day. Supporters wishing to go to a pub before and after the match are encouraged to visit one of the following...
A number of Arsenal stewards will be located around the turnstiles at Wembley Stadium, dedicated to Arsenal fans, in order to offer assistance if required.
Wembley Stadium free app
Supporters are encouraged to make their journey easier by downloading the free Wembley Stadium app from the iTunes Store or from Google Play.
The app will assist you with navigating your way from your home, all the way to the stadium and will also provide insight into the stadium and the day's event.
In the build-up to the game there will also be exclusive content available on Wembley Stadium’s official Twitter account - @wembleystadium allowing supporters to get the latest news and alsostay up-to-date with any travel news.
Getting to Wembley Stadium
The following travel information is a guide to assist supporters in planning their journey to and from Wembley Stadium for the FA Cup Final. This information is correct at the time of compilation. All supporters are encouraged to check with their relevant transport providers before they travel for any updates.
FA Cup Final screening at Emirates Stadium
For those Arsenal Members without match tickets, The FA Cup Final will be screened live exclusively for Arsenal Members at Emirates Stadium on Saturday 17th May 2014.
The match will be shown live on giant screens on the pitch inside Emirates Stadium with supporters able to watch the action from the lower tiers and Club Level. Capacity for the event will be 25,000 making it the next best place to watch the match outside Wembley Stadium. Doors will open at 3.00pm and the game will kick off at 5.00pm.
A limited number of tickets are still available. Further information and ticket details regarding the FA Cup screening at Emirates Stadium can be found by clicking the link below.13 May 2014