See the Three Lions in Leicester, as tickets for game with Switzerland go on sale

Thursday 19 Jul 2018
Leicester and England man Harry Maguire (c) will be hoping to feature at his home club on Tuesday 11 September

England fans can now buy tickets for the Three Lions’ game with Switzerland in Leicester.

Following on from this summer's World Cup campaign in Russia, Gareth Southgate’s squad will be back in action on the road at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday 11 September and tickets for the game go on sale at noon on Thursday 19 July.

England v Switzerland
  • A Men's Senior International
  • 8pm, Tuesday 11 September
  • King Power Stadium, Leicester
  • Live on Sky Sports

Sales start for members of the England Supporters Travel Club and they have until 3pm on Monday 23 July to secure their seats.

After that, members of the free England Supporters Club can buy tickets from 12noon on Tuesday 24 July until 3pm on Tuesday 31 July. You can join the England Supporters Club now to take advantage of this.

Any remaining tickets will then go on sale to the general public at 12noon on Wednesday 1 August.

Ticket Prices: £55, £45 & £35

Family Enclosure: £25 Adults/£10 U16s

Concessions: Available for OAPs, students and U16s elsewhere in the stadium - £10 discount

Ticket hotline: 0844 847 2010


Disabled supporters

Hotline: 0800 389 1966 (ESTC and ESC) or 0800 093 0824 (Public sale)

Schools and junior football club group application details will be confirmed shortly.

For away supporters, sale details are still to be confirmed.

Please note, tickets for the UEFA Nations League games against Spain and Croatia at Wembley will also be going on general sale on 1 August.

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 and fees, and issued subject to the terms and conditions of The Football Association.

Click here to read our FAQs around the game.

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