Bromley FC are set to play at Wembley this Sunday after reaching the National League Promotion Final.

The Ravens will face Solihull Moors at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, May 5 in the 2023/24 National League Promotion Final, with kick-off scheduled for 3pm.

The team secured their place in the final after a thrilling 3-1 victory over Altrincham on Sunday, 28 April.

Despite initially going a goal down, the team managed to turn the game around.

The equalising goal was achieved five minutes into the second half when a Jude Arthurs corner was met by the header of Myles Weston, with the game-changing goal coming moments later when a long Idris Odutayo throw-in was nodded in by Jude Arthurs.

However, the goal of the game was scored by Myles Weston, and the Ravens then held onto their lead for the rest of the game to secure their place at Wembley Stadium.

Wembley Stadium is divided into five levels, and Bromley's ticket allocation is initially situated in Level 1 – the Public Seating (PS).

It has been confirmed that Bromley fans have been given the east section of Wembley stadium.

Tickets went on sale on Monday, 29 April, and within the first hour 6,000 Bromley tickets had been sold.

Tickets can be bought from the official Wembley Stadium website, priced between £35 and £40 for an adult ticket, depending on where you sit, and £18 for concessions.

The Player’s Tunnel and Royal Box are situated in the North Stand.