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England Women to entertain Germany at Wembley Stadium in November

Wednesday 05 Jun 2019
England's World Cup campaign begins against Scotland on Sunday afternoon

As they ramp up their preparations for Euro 2021, England Women will welcome Germany to Wembley Stadium connected by EE in November.

With Phil Neville’s side ranked third in the world, the visit to the national stadium of the team placed just above them in the FIFA standings promises to be a truly special occasion.

Tickets will go on sale to members of the Lionesses Supporters Club at midday on Thursday 6 June, before going on general sale on Thursday 13 June. Advance ticket prices are £10 for adults and £1 for kids.


Norway v England
  • A Women's International
  • Tues 3 Sept 2019
  • at Brann Stadion, Bergen
As England are hosting UEFA Euro 2021 at nine venues across the country, they will not need to qualify for the finals.

Instead, the Lionesses are lining up a series of high-profile fixtures, with a trip to Norway in early September also in the schedule.

England are in Nice preparing to start their World Cup campaign against Scotland on Sunday.

Neville said: “This is a great boost just before the World Cup.

England v Germany
  • A Women's International
  • 5.30pm, Sat 9 Nov 2019
  • at Wembley Stadium
“Wembley has been a brilliant home for the Women’s FA Cup Final in recent years and we know we will have a huge crowd behind us.

“I would like to thank our colleagues at The FA who are putting together next season’s fixture list for us.

“However all our focus remains firmly on the task in hand at the World Cup and our first game against Scotland this weekend.

“Let’s hope we have a summer to remember at the World Cup and then take that on into these games.”

England and Germany met at Wembley in November 2014, with the visitors running out 3-0 victors in front of a record 45,619 spectators.

England's starting XI for the Wembley match against Germany in 2014

The stadium also played host to three matches at London 2012 including Team GB’s 1-0 defeat of Brazil in the group stage, courtesy of a Steph Houghton goal, and USA’s 2-1 victory against Japan in the final in front of a crowd of 80,203.

By FA Staff