The club would like to reassure fans that Wembley ticket details will be released as soon as confirmed...
Coventry City are back at Wembley for the first time in 30 years after reaching the EFL Trophy final with a 2-1 win over Wycombe Wanderers.
Ex-Wanderers striker Stuart Beavon put the home side in front, before teenager George Thomas made it 2-0 inside 20 minutes. Adebayo Akinfenwa pulled one back in the second-half, but City held on defiantly.
City's victory over Wycombe sets up the club's third-ever visit to Wembley - and the first to the rebuilt stadium since it opened in 2007.
The club will release ticket details as soon as they have been confirmed with the EFL and Wembley. Fans who have attended previous Checkatrade Trophy fixtures will have priority access to tickets, as well as Season Ticket holders.
The Sky Blues could potentially face Oxford United or Luton Town in the final, after the Hatters overcame League Two rivals Yeovil Town 5-2 in their rearranged quarter-final.
Luton and Oxford will play their semi-final at Kenilworth Road on March 1st.