England Women are on track for their biggest-ever attendance on home soil when Germany arrive at Wembley Stadium connected by EE on Saturday 9 November.
More than 50,000 tickets have already been sold for the fixture, raising expectation the attendance will surpass the previous record of 45,619 that saw Germany defeat England 3-0 at the national stadium in November 2014.
Head coach Phil Neville said: “We are really grateful for the incredible support we have had from our fans this year.
“We had loads travelling to watch us in France, millions tuning in on TV and now this incredible show of support for the Germany game.
“My players will be absolutely buzzing with the thought of a packed-out Wembley cheering them on against Germany.
- A Women's International
- 5.30pm, Saturday 9 November
- at Wembley Stadium
The Germany match was the first England home fixture confirmed for the autumn period with away games to come against Belgium and Norway on Thursday 29 August and Tuesday 3 September respectively.
The forthcoming games will be the first steps in preparations for UEFA Euro 2021. As the host nation, England do not have to qualify for the finals.
Meanwhile, fans yet to get their tickets for the Germany game are advised the end of the advance ticket window is fast approaching.
At 5pm on Friday 2 August, adult ticket prices will increase from £10 to £15, with kids’ tickets remaining at £1.