BABE-IN-ARMS Keegan Petts is going to Wembley with his family – but chances are he will sleep right through Huddersfield Town’s big game.
But his parents will remember the visit – they’ve had to fork out for a seat he doesn’t need.
Nine-month-old Keegan may be one of the youngest at the match, but while he won’t even remember Town’s 2012 play-off final his parents have had to pay another £25 to buy him a ticket.
Mum and dad Lisa and Gavin, of Golcar, are making a weekend of it in London, and are taking their three children to Town’s clash with Sheffield United.
They expected to pay £44 each for two adult tickets and £22 each for daughters Caitlyn, 10, and Ellie, six.
But they were left shocked when they were told they needed a £22 ticket for baby Keegan as well, at Wembley’s insistence.
Including booking fees the family’s total outlay on seats came to £169.
Social worker Lisa, 30, said the family weren’t complaining at the cost, just the fact they had to buy a ticket for Keegan.
“It’s the principle of it,” she said. “Keegan usually goes to sleep at 2pm so he will probably miss the whole game.
“In any case he can’t sit on the seat himself so this is an empty seat we are having to pay for.”
Lisa said Town-mad hubby Gavin, 28, would pay whatever it cost to see his favourites but the ticket for Keegan was unfair.