Tickets for England v Spain now on general sale

Tuesday 20 Sep 2016
England take on Spain at Wembley in the Three Lions' final game of 2016

Tickets for England's final home game of 2016 – the visit of Spain on Tuesday 15 November – are now on general sale.

Tickets for the game against the three-time European champions and 2010 World Cup winners start at just £20 for adults and £10 for under-16s in the family enclosure.

England v Spain

International match
8pm, Tuesday 15 November
Wembley Stadium connected by EE


Fans can secure their seats online at or by calling 0844 826 2010 now.

Spain's only previous visit to the new Wembley came in 2011 as reigning world champions. On that occasion, a Frank Lampard penalty was enough to earn the Three Lions victory.

Full ticketing information

Ticket prices: £60, £50, £40 & £30 (Family enclosure: £20 adults/£10 children under 16)

Concessions: £10 discount for OAPs, students and under-16s elsewhere in the stadium

Public sale: Tuesday 20 September (12pm)

Ticketing website:

Public sale hotline: 0844 826 2010

Please note that tickets purchased during the general sale are for home supporters only. Away supporters should visit for ticket details.

Disabled supporters information

Public disabled sale: Tuesday 20 September (10am)

Public disabled hotline: 0800 169 2007 (option 7)

Schools and junior football club groups booking forms

As always, a number of tickets have been made available to schools and junior football clubs. These tickets are situated within the family enclosure. A maximum of 49 tickets may be requested.

The deadline to enter the schools and junior football club group booking ballot for England v Spain will be Monday 10 October.

There is a strict limit of eight 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 & fees. All tickets issued subject to the Terms & Conditions of The Football Association.

By FA Staff