FC Halifax Town have been given an initial allocation of 1,000 tickets for the Blue Square North play-off final at Brackley on Sunday.
The match will be an all-ticket affair and there will be segregation in place.
A statement on the club’s website said: “Despite stressing that we would like as near to 2,000 tickets as possible, we have been given an initial allocation of 1,000 tickets.
“This will only increase, if during the week the area allocated to Halifax fans is deemed suitable to hold more than the proposed 1,000 as confirmed so far.
“Ticket prices are: adults £12, concessions £6 and under 12s £3. We are not sure when we will receive the tickets, at the moment none have been printed, but Brackley have assured us they are progressing them as soon as possible.
“Working on the worst case scenario and we do not receive tickets before the end of Tuesday 7th May due to the Bank Holiday Monday, we will hope to put them on sale from Wednesday 8th May.
“Due to the short amount of time before the game and the arrival of tickets from Brackley, we can only allow Wednesday as the priority day for season ticket holders on the basis of two tickets per person.
“As previous, any junior season ticket holders can purchase a Brackley junior ticket on a one for one basis. We expect the remaining tickets to go on general sale from Thursday 9th May.”