The Buildbase FA Vase Final will see Southern Combination Football League side Littlehampton Town face United Counties League Premier Division South side Newport Pagnell Town, and it will kick off at 12:15 BST live on BT Sport.

The match will be followed by the Buildbase FA Trophy Final, which will see Vanarama National League Bromley FC take on a fellow National League side, Wrexham AFC. The Buildbase FA Trophy Final will kick off at 16:15 BST live on BT Sport, and will also be available in Welsh language on S4C.

BT Sport channel info and on-air times will be available at in due course.

Andy Ambler, The FA’s Director of Professional Game, said: “We're delighted to be able to welcome fans in large numbers back to Wembley Stadium for the 2021/2022 Non-League Finals Day after so many missed out over the last two seasons due to COVID. It's fantastic that we have BT Sport on board to provide the opportunity for people across the country who are not able to join us in person to watch on TV. We'd like to thank BT Sport for their support on what is always a highlight of the Non-League season.”

Rachel Knight, Sports Rights Director, BT Sport, said: “Today’s news, alongside our exclusive coverage of the Vanarama National League since 2013, demonstrates our ongoing commitment to non-league football. Non-League Finals Day joins a bumper period of finals on BT Sport including the finals of UEFA club competitions as well as rugby’s Heineken Champions Cup Final, Challenge Cup Final, and, the Allianz Premier 15s Final.”

Club specific tickets for the Buildbase FA Vase Final can be purchased here.

Meanwhile, Buildbase FA Trophy Final tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster. Follow the respective links if you would like to purchase tickets in the Bromley FC or Wrexham AFC sections of the stadium.

All neutral tickets for Non-League Finals Day are also on sale.

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