We have brought together all of the information we have published about Saturday's Play-Off Final in one place.
The Sky Blues travel to Wembley Stadium on Saturday 27th May to face Luton Town, with a place in the Premier League being the prize for the winner.
Kick-off for the game is at 4:45pm
Below is our round up of the key info for fans...
(UPDATED 11:55pm - 26/05)
Matchday guide from Wembley Stadium - this include details regarding policy on pyrotechnics, fanzones and more.
Details of designated pubs and details of the Public Spaces Protection Order - this stops drinking and other activities around Wembley Stadium.
Important advice for fans travelling by train - remember: expect much busier journeys, allow time to travel, bring water, and be warned that you may have to queue! Chiltern Trains are providing additional trains - details can be seen here.
This is an e-ticket match - all fans will receive their tickets electronically.
We strongly recommend fans print their tickets. While you can scan from your phone, this is not always reliable due to being heavily reliant on the device – e.g screen size, quality, brightness and cracks on the screen can all limit reliability.
Fans will not receive physical tickets for the match.
If you have not received your e-ticket by Friday at Midday, please contact Ticketmaster using this contact form.
Coventry City will have a Ticket Office open at Wembley on matchday for any queries from 12:45pm.
Disabled supporters can see key information on the Wembley Stadium website here.
Please note that to bring medicine/water into the Stadium you will require an exemption letter.
ADDITIONAL TRAIN INFO:
Avanti and West Midlands Trains (London Northwestern) will be:
- Providing crowd management (especially at Coventry and Euston)
- Seeking to run the longest trains at busiest times