Leeds United sell out Wembley allocation as club confirm extra ticket plans

Leeds United's allocation of more than 36,000 tickets for Sunday's EFL Championship play-off Wembley at Wembley has been entirely sold out. The Whites faithful have snapped up the tickets in just a matter of days, with the club confirming all of their allocation has now been sold.

Both clubs were handed sizeable ticket allocations for the 90,000-seater stadium, which is again expected to be full for Sunday's big game. Fans without a ticket now face an anxious wait to see if both clubs are allocated any more tickets. As it stands, around 20,000 tickets are set aside for various concerns - some of which could become available. Leeds are always strongly backed both home and away, with the Wembley allocation is a little under Elland Road's capacity of 37,890.

A message on social media from Leeds United today read: "36,462 SOLD OUT! Thank you for your amazing support! We can’t wait to see you at Wembley! We will continue to work with Wembley Stadium should any further allocations become available."

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Those lucky enough to have tickets will now be able to plan their journeys south for Sunday's 3pm kick-off in what they hope will be their final Championship game for the forseeable future.

Meanwhile Southamptoin have today released an additional 1,233 extra tickets given to the club following a sell-out of their original allocation. The Saints had sold the 35,667 allocation given by Monday.