Revealed: who is entitled to a Liverpool FC League Cup final ticket
16:24, 27 JAN 2016 UPDATED 16:24, 27 JAN 2016
BY NEIL JONES
Reds unveil details of who will be given priority for 31,375 Wembley tickets
Liverpool will receive an allocation of 31,375 tickets for the League Cup final, the club has confirmed.
The Reds booked their place at Wembley by beating Stoke City on Tuesday night, and will now play either Everton or Manchester City at Wembley on Sunday February 28.
Full selling details and dates of sale will be released on the club's official website shortly, but they have confirmed the sale of tickets will be based on previous attendance during this season’s League Cup competition.
Priority Rights Holders will receive an allocation of tickets.
Tickets will then be made available to season ticket holders, official members and fan card holders who have recorded on their customer record three or more League Cup matches during season 2015-16.
Jason RobertsLiverpool take on Stoke City at Anfield in the semi finals second leg Capital One cup. Liverpool celebrates after beating Stoke on penalties to make it to the final.
Liverpool have played five League Cup games this season. Two against Stoke, and one each against Carlisle United, Bournemouth and Southampton.
Supporters who purchase during the above sales are guaranteed a ticket.
A ballot will then be held for season ticket holders, Members and fan card holders who have recorded on their customer record two League Cup matches this season.
Supporters will be required to register for the ballot, and if a ballot is required after the registration period has ended, it will be run independently by the Electoral Reform Society.
Once the ballot has taken place, supporters will be able to check if they have been successful by visiting www.liverpoolfc.com
. Successful applicants will also be emailed to advise when tickets will be available to purchase.
Further sales may also be required subject to availability.