England v Germany: pre-match information

Pre-match information for England v Germany ticket buyers

Wednesday 23 Oct 2019
Information for supporters attending England v Germany at Wembley Stadium Connected by EE

With just over two weeks to go until the Lionesses face Germany at Wembley Stadium, we've compiled some pre-match information for Lionesses Supporters Club members heading to the match

England v Germany

Saturday 9 November

5pm kick-off

Wembley Stadium Connected by EE


As this fixture is expected to be a sell-out match, we recommend arriving at Wembley Stadium in plenty of time to avoid queues at the turnstiles. For information on the nearest tube stations please follow the link below. 

Getting to Wembley Stadium

There is limited parking near Wembley Stadium so we always recommend using public transport. If you require disabled access parking, please contact Wembley Official Parking before matchday. 

Turnstiles will open two hours before kick-off; if you have flags that you wish to hang inside the stadium, please arrive when turnstiles open so that there's space to hang them up. Please be aware that your flags must be fire proof and you will need to provide the fire certificate if asked by stadium stewards. The size limit on flags is 2 metres x 1.5 metres. 

Restricted bag policy

Since 2018 Wembley Stadium has operated a restricted bag policy for all major events. This means that only bags smaller than an A4 piece of paper will be permitted inside the stadium. To avoid any issues at the turnstiles, we recommend supporters bring as little with them as possible. If you need to bring a bag with you, please ensure it is smaller than an A4 piece of paper. 

For more information about the restricted bag policy and prohibited items please visit the Wembley Stadium website.

Restricted bag policy

There are plenty of food and drink facilities at Wembley Stadium and Boxpark Wembley also has a wide selection of food and drink facilities for fans to use before the match.Boxpark will host the official fanzone from 11am-11pm on Saturday and will include a host of entertainment for supporters to enjoy pre and post match.

For more information, please visit Boxpark Wembley's website.


All tickets for this match have now been dispatched by The FA's ticketing team. Tickets can arrive up to 2-3 days before kick-off but if you do not receive them in time for the match, please go to the West Ticket Office on matchday with a copy of your order number and a form of photo ID to receive reprints.

Please be aware that if you have purchased tickets through unofficial third party sites, these may not be valid and therefore may not permit you entry into the stadium.If you have any issues with your tickets scanning at the turnstiles, please speak to a steward nearby. 

During the match

Please listen to stadium announcements throughout the match for any security updates. If you witness any anti-social behaviour or you need to report any persistent standing, please text HELP to 6656. You'll then be asked to provide further information and a steward will be able to assist you. 

Unfortunately we're unable to do 'shout-outs' to supporters during the game or post fan messages on the big screens, but if you would like any messages displayed in the matchday programme please email the details over, together with a photo to lionesses@thefa.com. The deadline for submissions is Sunday 27 October. 

By FA Staff