Non League Finals Day

Wembley Stadium, Sunday 22 May

Non-League Finals Day

The Buildbase FA Vase (12:15pm KO) and FA Trophy (4:15pm KO) Finals

One ticket, two Cup Finals.

The Non-League Finals Day will again be hosted at Wembley Stadium, connected by EE on Sunday 22 May, with both the FA Vase & FA Trophy are played back-to-back in what is a bumper day of action and celebration of non-league football.

BuildBase FA Vase Final (12:15pm KO)

Littlehampton Town face off against Newport Pagnell Town in an FA Vase Final that will see a first-time winner of the competition crowned.

Littlehampton Town of the Southern Combination Premier Division (Step 5) are appearing in their first FA Vase Final having overcome their previous best result when reaching the Semi-Finals 31 years ago. They beat Loughborough University Students 4-0 in the Semi-Final.

Buckinghamshire based Newport Pagnell Town of the United Counties League Premier Division South (also Step 5) are also making their first FA Vase Final appearance having overcome Hamworthy United in the Semi-Final after a dramatic penalty shoot-out.

Buildbase FA Trophy Final (4:15pm KO)

This year’s FA Trophy Final sees Vanarama National League Bromley take on fellow National League side, and promotion chasing, Wrexham AFC at Wembley.

Bromley FC are looking for their maiden FA Trophy success following their run to the Final in 2018. Bromley defeated former two-time winners York City FC 3-1 in the Semi-Finals.

Wrexham AFC, famously owned by Hollywood duo Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, head to Wembley having overcome Stockport County 2-0 in the Semi-Finals. Wrexham will be looking to win their second FA Trophy having last triumphed in 2013.


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COVID passes will no longer be enforced as a condition of entry for events at Wembley Stadium. However, we continue to urge fans to follow public health guidance to keep each other safe on a matchday, which includes wearing a face covering when on concourses, indoors and in crowded areas. 

As COVID-19 restrictions ease, it is vital supporters continue to do all they can to minimise the risk of passing on COVID-19.  Here are some simple ways that you can help keep each other safe on a matchday:

• Be responsible and do not travel if you have COVID-19 symptoms

• Wear face coverings in indoor and crowded areas, including concourses

• Maintain good hand hygiene and use the sanitiser dispensers provided

• If possible, take a COVID-19 test on matchday to check there is no risk of passing on the virus

If you need any help or feel unwell when you are in the stadium, go to the nearest first aid point or seek support from our Customer Engagement Team, or one of our stewards.  Our staff will be happy to help.

For further information, visit our guest support portal.

Wembley Stadium Restricted Bag Policy

To help provide a safer environment for our fans, Wembley Stadium has a strict restricted bag policy for all events. 

All ticket holders will be prohibited from bringing any bag into the stadium unless it meets the Wembley Stadium regulations. Any bag that does not meet these requirements will be refused entry. 

Full details can be found here

National Express
Wembley Express services drop you direct to the Stadium from over 50 locations across the UK. Brought to you by National Express, the Official Coach Supplier to Wembley Stadium connected by EE, it’s the easiest and most convenient way to travel to the best sporting and music events.

To book a Wembley Express for this fixture, visit the National Express website.