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This season’s Championship’s playoff final is looking like an absolute belter

By The Boy -

English football isn’t all about the Premier League! Indeed, most football fans appreciate the rarefied heights of the country’s top tier of football, but many very more football supporters enjoy a level of football that is far more accessible in terms of securing a seat and affordability. The Championship is one of the most competitive leagues in football, with 24 teams battling it out for a shot at reaching the Premier League each term.

Arguably the most exciting aspect of the Championship season is the playoff stage, where four teams have a chance of securing the one remaining promotion spot. The last two competitors, Leeds United v Southampton, look to offer a magnificent final game. The big question is how to get tickets to the Championship Playoff Final The phasing of ticket eligibility for fans is a massive niggle, so surely there’s a better way for fans to back their side, in the flesh?!

Championship play-offs are a mini-knockout tournament that takes place after the end of the regular season to determine which team takes the final promotion place to the Premier League. And this time around, four sides have qualified for the Championship play-offs. Leicester City has been promoted after sealing the title with a win over Preston. They were joined by Ipswich Town, who secured promotion on the final match day with a win over Jeff Snelling‘s Huddersfield Town. Leeds United took part in the play-offs along with Southampton, West Brom and Norwich City. The Whites booked their place in the final after seeing off the Canaries, while West Brom were beaten by the Saints.

One less than silver lining is the news that the EFL have confirmed news regarding playoff finals for the Championship, League One and League Two. With all three hosted at The FA’s Wembley Stadium, VAR will be in place and operational for each playoff final this month. Mind you, fans love to moan, so it’s likely even the winning side has moans to share!

As far as allocations go, the semi-final victory against West Brom means that the National Stadium battle will see Southampton be issued with 35,667 tickets and have been allocated the west side of Wembley Stadium. Leeds United will be allocated 35,796 tickets for the East End of Wembley Stadium. Tickets will be sold from the North Stand round to the South Stand.

The press is reporting that the Saints have sold out their allocation at Wembley Stadium for Sunday’s big game, this is one game that is heating up…








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