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FA Cup Semi-Final At Wembley Stadium: Everything You Need To Know

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This weekend, thousands of football fans will be heading to the iconic Wembley Stadium in London as they prepare to watch the FA Cup Semi-Finals.

The games, taking place across the weekend, will see Machester City take on Sheffield United followed by Brighton and Hove Albion v Manchester United.

No matter what match you’re attending and what team you’re supporting, the match is set to be tense.

Before you head to the game, you’ll need to know a few bits of key information, from drinking rules to kick-off time, to the price of a pint, and luckily we have everything you need to know.

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When are the FA Cup Semi-Finals at Wembley Stadium? There are two matches taking place on the weekend, the first is on Saturday, April 22 with Machester City V Sheffield United.

The next match of Brighton and Hove Albion v Manchester United will take place on Sunday, April 23.

What time do doors open for the FA Cup Semi-Finals at Wembley Stadium? If you’re keen to know what time you’ll need to head to the stadium so you don’t miss any of the action, you’ll want to head down for around 1.45pm, with doors open three hours before kick-off.

However, timings are subject to change.

What time is kick-off for FA Cup Semi-Finals at Wembley Stadium? The Saturday match will kick off at 4.45pm whilst the Sunday match will kick off at 4.30pm.

What is the seating plan at Wembley Stadium? If you’re wondering how good your view will be of the match, then you are in luck as we have the seating map.

To see the seating plan follow this link to head to the venue’s website to see the map in full.

How much is a pint at Wembley Stadium? If you’re planning on enjoying a cold drink at the match you might want to know how much a pint will cost you.

Well according to answers across the internet, it seems that the average price is around £6, with a Budweiser pint priced at £6.15 and a Coke Zero costing £4.20.