Man City and Tottenham set to have 4,000 fans in attendance at 2021 Carabao Cup final with supporters to be tested for COVID-19 before Wembley clash

Up to 4,000 fans will be in attendance for the 2021 Carabao Cup final between Man City and Tottenham.

But each supporter will have to provide a negative coronavirus test before they are permitted to watch the Wembley showdown from the stands.

Wembley will host 4,000 for the Carabao Cup final

Man City and Tottenham will each have 2,000 fans cheering them on as they aim to win the domestic season’s first major trophy on Sunday April 25 .

Every supporter with a ticket will need to pass a series of COVID-19 tests before they are allowed in the stadium.

Fans will need to send off for a PCR Covid-19 test to take at home as close as possible to the game, and take another test within five days after the match.

They will also need to travel to a lateral flow testing site for a further test before the match.

City have confirmed 1,750 of their tickets will be made available for supporters based in and around Greater Manchester, with the remaining 250 left for fans situated in London and the home counties.

The Premier League leaders also announced there will be 750 standard and first-class train tickets, 750 coach spaces and 250 car parking spaces for the 1,750 travelling fans from Manchester to London.

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Tickets have been priced at £50 and £40 for both sets of supporters.

The Carabao Cup final, which takes place on April 25, will be the first outdoor sports event with fans supporting their teams in attendance in 2021.

The FA Cup semi-final between Leicester and Southampton will host 4,000 spectators this Sunday, however, tickets will only be allocated to local residents and key workers from the Wembley area.

Source: Sport

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