Date: 24th May 2011 at 8:58pm
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Another 323 tickets will be made available to Swansea City fans from Wednesday morning, meaning around 40,000 Jacks will be heading to Wembley to support Brendan Rodgers and his team.

It’s been an absolutely unbelievable response ever since the tickets first went on sale, with people queuing for hours and hours outside the ticket office, while some even arrived in the early hours to guarantee a ticket.

I don’t think many people would have predicted an initial allocation of around 39,300 tickets would sell out, especially if you consider we only attract 15,000 fans on average to a home League game.

Around 300 extra tickets were made available today but they were quickly snapped up, and another 323 tickets with restricted viewing are available at the ticket office from 10am on Wednesday.

Reading have also sold out their allocation meaning a crowd of around 80,000 will witness the Championship Play-Off final which is worth around £90million to the winners.