With qualification secured for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, England will begin its World Cup preparation with two Autumn Friendlies against the top two FIFA ranked teams, Germany and Brazil.
Don’t miss your chance to see this exciting fixture at the home of English Football, Wembley Stadium on Tuesday November 14.
Tickets start from just £20 for adults and £10 for kids.
Along with pre-match and half-time entertainment, we will also be hosting the official England Fanzone outside Wembley Stadium. The 2,000 capacity England Fanzone aims to bring Three Lions fans together to build up pre-match excitement around Wembley – so if you’re coming as a family or as friends, this is your best bet for a drink and a bite to eat before the match.
£100, £70, £55, £45 & £35
FAMILY ENCLOSURE - £20 Adults/£10 Children under 16
Now available for OAPs, Students and U16s elsewhere in the stadium - £10 discount excluding £100 level 2 seats.
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Disabled supporters hotline:
0800 169 2007 Option 7
Please note that tickets purchased during the general sale are for home supporters only.
There is a strict limit of 8 tickets per person during the public sale and a credit card may only be used once for public sale bookings. Any subsequent bookings made with the same credit card will be subject to cancellation without notification.
All tickets subject to availability and fees, and subject to the Terms & Conditions of The Football Association.
To purchase tickets in the disabled section, please call our hotline: 0800 169 2007 Option 7
Before purchasing your tickets in the disabled section, we will require proof of disability. If you have not already supplied this information please post, fax or scan and email details to The FA at the details below. Once this has been received we will acknowledge receipt and proceed with your ticket transaction.
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Please note: We accept photocopies of Disability Living Allowance, Personal Independent Payments or an original letter from your GP or hospital. We do not accept Blue Badge permits as proof.