Tuesday, April 7 – 1914
I am requested to state that the Liverpool club are allowed but 350 tickets for the Final. 200 at 2s. 6d. and 150 at 5s.
The directors must of course consider their shareholders, and the tickets are being disposed of in the fairest possible way. There is a tremendous demand for tickets, but I understand the majority of the five shilling seats have been disposed of long ago.
Liverpool will, of course, go on to Chingford a week before the Cup final in order to prepare for the event of the season.
(Liverpool Evening Express, 07-04-1914)