England v Denmark
Denmark will visit Wembley on Tuesday 31 March (KO 8pm). It will be England’s 20th meeting with the Danes with the last of those being a 1-0 win at Wembley in March 2014. Age Hareide’s side secured their place at EURO 2020 with a 1-1 draw to the Republic of Ireland on Monday to finish top of Group D
All tickets purchased during the General Public Sale from Monday 16 December will only be available via the Wembley Mobile Ticketing app. Further information will be sent to ticket buyers closer to the match but it will not be possible to amend your delivery method.
No print-at-home tickets are being issued for this match.
Please note no Under 2s are permitted inside the Stadium.
Ticket Price and Details
Level Two Premium Ticket: £100
Level Two : £75
LEVEL TWO PREMIUM TICKETS AND LEVEL TWO TICKETS ARE SEAT ONLY
Category 1: £65.00/£55.00*
Category 2: £50.00/£40.00*
Category 3 HOME END: £40.00/£30.00*
Category 3: £40.00/£30.00*
Category 4 HOME END: £30.00/£20.00* - SOLD OUT
Category 4: £30.00/£20.00*
Family Enclosure: £25.00/£10.00 ( under 16's )
*Discount applies to OAPs, Students & Children under 16
- Venue Name:
- Wembley Stadium
- Venue Address:
- Empire Way, Wembley, Brent, HA9.
Wembley Stadium is a public transport destination. Rail, tube, bus and pedestrian routes have been upgraded to enable visitors to travel to and from the stadium smoothly and safely on major event days. For further information to assist you plan your journey to the Stadium, please vist www.wembleystadium.com/gettingtowembley.
For live travel information on the day of the event call the Wembley Stadium Travel Information Line on 0845 6000 555 (calls charged at standard local rate).
Please use the official Stadium car parks if driving to the venue, available to pre-book by visiting www.wembleyofficialparking.com.
A resident’s only parking permit scheme operates in the Wembley area on Stadium event days. Illegally parked vehicles will be fined by Brent Council and may be towed away. For details of the restrictions visit www.brent.gov.uk/wembley
Wembley Stadium is served by three stations and six lines:
Wembley Park Station – Jubilee and Metropolitan lines (Zone 4)
Wembley Stadium Station – Chiltern Railways line www.chilternrailways.co.uk
Wembley Express services drop you direct to the Stadium from over 50 locations across the UK. Brought to you by National Express, the Official Coach Supplier to Wembley Stadium connected by EE, it’s the easiest and most convenient way to travel to the best sporting and music events.
To book a Wembley Express for this show, visit the National Express website.
To purchase tickets in the accessible areas of the ground, please call our hotline: 0800 093 0824
Before purchasing your tickets in the disabled section, we will require proof of disability to ensure that all allocated seating is being provided to our accessible guests. If you have not already supplied this information please post, scan or e-mail details to The FA at the details below. You will still need to call in on the on-sale day to purchase your tickets even if you provide your proof of disability prior to this day.
Please send us your proof of disability by mail or e-mail to:
The Football Association
E-mail: POD@wembleystadium.com (Please note: this inbox is not monitored. Please do not send queries to this inbox as they will NOT receive a response. Any questions or queries should be submitted online via our portal).
We accept photocopies of Disability Living Allowance, PIP or an original letter from your GP or hospital. We do not accept Blue Badge permits as proof.
IMPORTANT: If you have previously purchased tickets with us and already have a customer number, you do not need to send in proof of disability again. If you cannot remember your customer number, we can look it up when you call.