England Women's 'Follow My Team' World Cup Package
The Lionesses take part in their fourth consecutive World Cup this summer in France. To follow Phil Neville's team throughout the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 in France, a 'Follow My Team' ticket package is available to purchase from The FA.
The Follow My Team (FMT) ticket package includes England's three group matches against Argentina, Scotland and Japan plus the subsequent knock-out rounds should the team progress. If you want to guarantee your place at every match in the official England allocation at this summer's World Cup, the FMT package is your best option. Please be aware that the FMT package covers match tickets only.
Lionesses supporters who registered their interest in tickets will be able to purchase from Monday 14 January.
The FMT tickets are available in two categories:
Category 3 (which are generally located around the corner flags) are priced at £146.
Category 4 (which are generally located behind the goals) are priced at £80.
Please be aware that once purchased, tickets to the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 are non-refundable and cannot be sold on or advertised for sale on any third party website. Tickets will be dispatched 2-3 weeks prior to to the tournament.
For more information about England's fixtures at the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 and to view our ticket FAQs visit our website.
To keep up-to-date on the latest Lionesses news and be the first to hear about exclusive competitions, register your interest now in the Lionesses Supporters Club.
- Sale starts:
- Mon 14 Jan 2019 12:00 pm
- Sale ends:
- Thu 14 Feb 2019 3:00 pm
- Family Enclosure seats:
Ticket Price and Details
- Venue Name:
- Stade De Lyon
- Venue Address:
- Stade De Lyon, 10 Avenue Simone Veil, 69150 Décines-Charpieu, France
The 2019 Women's World Cup Final will be held at Stade De Lyon.
Stade de Lyon, also known as the Stade des Lumieres, is located in the eastern suburb of Decines-Charpieu. The ground belongs to resident club Lyon and opened its doors in 2016 after four years of construction work. Venue for six matches at UEFA EURO 2016 and capable of welcoming 58,215 spectators, it is the third largest stadium in France in terms of capacity and one of the most modern.