Manchester United and City fans heading to the FA Cup final will now be able to deliver around 120 buses to the stadium.
This came after the FA added new buses due to a railroad strike.
The British news agency reported that 60 buses for each team were provided by the federation to compensate for the absence of a railway for fans traveling to London for the match to be played on 3 June due to a planned railway strike. .
The FA partnered with the City to provide a fan park and walkway at Front Country Park to provide parking services for fans who will travel to Wembley in their cars.
Tom Legge, head of overseas operations at the FA, said: “We have worked closely with both clubs and travel companies to provide supporters with the added value that comes to Wembley for the highlight of the season.”
He added: “We ask any fan who is going to the match to plan their trip well and try to take advantage of the opportunities available to support them.”