The English Football Association announced on Friday that it would provide free buses to carry around 5,000 Liverpool and Manchester City fans to Wembley Stadium, where the two teams clash in the FA Cup semi-final on April 16.
The federation today confirmed that fans will face a tough challenge to reach London as trains to London will not run on the main line during the Easter holidays due to engineering work.
In a statement, the FA said: “The FA is aware of the significant challenges facing some Liverpool and Manchester City fans.
She added: The FA is pleased to announce that it will be offering a limited number of free buses to serve fans during the FA Cup and FA Women’s Cup match between Liverpool and Manchester City on April 16 because it will provide a tour of the fans. Transportation service. He explained: The federation will provide 100 buses from Anfield and Al-Ittihad grounds to and from Wembley Stadium. This will ensure that around 5,000 Liverpool and Manchester City fans are transferred to Wembley Stadium for free.
She continued, “The federation will also provide several free buses to transport fans of the Manchester City women’s team from northwest London to its east.”
As for the other semi-final, it does not require additional arrangements as it connects both Chelsea and Crystal Palace from London.
This also applies to the other clash in the women’s championship that unites Arsenal and Chelsea.
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