Swansea City have sold out of their allocation of Wembley tickets, the club confirmed this afternoon.More than 33,000 tickets for the Capital One Cup clash against Bradford have been snapped up by supporters keen to be a part of history.
The club said it will start posting the precious tickets to fans who bought online or through the call centre on Wednesday next week — and all will be sent by Special Delivery which will require a signature.The tickets will be sent in the date order they were bought.
In a statement posted on the club's website this afternoon, the Swans said: "Swansea City can confirm the club's allocation for the Capital One Cup Final has now sold out."Remaining tickets were purchased today by Jack Army members who are not season ticket holders, with the club set to take more than 33,000 supporters to the final against Bradford City at Wembley on Sunday, February 24."
The club added that any supporters who have not received their tickets by Thursday, February 21, should immediately contact the Liberty Stadium ticket office.
The Swans take on Bradford City in the Capital One Cup final on Sunday, February 24, with silverware and a place in Europe up for grabs.