Around 150 members of the official England supporters club will watch training on Monday
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England's stars will be joined by some special guests at training on Monday, as around 150 englandfans
members will watch them in action at St. George's Park.
Roy Hodgson and his squad joined together at the National Football Centre on Sunday to begin preparations for their final two games of the season; Wednesday's visit of Republic of Ireland to Wembley Stadium and next weekend's trip to Rio de Janeiro to face Brazil.
Following Sunday's loosener, where they were sporting their new Nike training kit, Monday's session will be watched by some of the supporters who were affected by the postponement of the World Cup qualifier away in Poland last year.
At the time of the match, which was put back 24 hours following a downpour in Warsaw, the Polish FA agreed to refund the ticket costs of all those who could not make the re-arranged fixture.
The FA and the England team also said they would cover the match ticket costs of the 900 who were able to attend and have also invited those members affected to Monday's full open training session.
There will be around 150 members of the official England supporters club
present who will get to meet the players and coaching staff after watching training at the impressive new training base for the Three Lions.
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We'll have all the latest from inside the England camp right here on TheFA.com and on Twitter @FA, including exclusive videos and interviews from FATV.