Following England's match against Norway in Bergen, we're pleased to announce that the Lionesses will play Brazil on Saturday 5 October (12:45pm kick-off).
Phil Neville's side head to Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium for their first home match of the 2019-2020 season. The South American champions will provide another stern test on home soil for Phil Neville’s squad ahead the visit of Germany to England in November, for which over 60,000 have already been sold.
England v Brazil
Saturday 5 October
Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
How to buy tickets
Tickets for England v Brazil go on sale from 9am Wednesday 4 September. Lionesses Supporters Club members can purchase their tickets for £7.50 (adults) until Wednesday 18 September. Tickets purchased after the 18 September will be priced at £10 for adults, £1 for concessions (U16/Students/OAPs).
How many tickets can I purchase?
Lionesses Supporters Club members can purchase up to 8 tickets per order. Information regarding large group bookings will be provided shortly along with information for Charter Standard clubs.
Is there a dedicated 'Lionesses Supporters Club end' at the stadium?
Yes! Blocks 1-5 in the south west side of the ground have been allocated for Lionesses Supporters Club members. If you're keen to sit together or create a 'singing section' at the match, we recommend booking in those blocks. You can select these blocks manually if booking via the website or by calling the Riverside Stadium directly on 01642 929421.
How do I purchase disabled access tickets?
Disabled access tickets can be purchased by calling 01642 929421 from 9am Wednesday 4 September. Please be aware that you may be asked to provide proof of disability if you've never booked tickets at the Riverside Stadium before. PIP forms, GP certificates or hospital letters are all accepted forms of proof that disabled access seating is required. Please be aware that one free companion ticket is issued with all disabled bookings, but if you require more tickets, these will need to be paid for.
How do I book disabled access parking?
Free disabled parking is available at the Riverside Stadium with disabled ticket bookings. These can be booked via 01642 929421 but please be aware that the parking bays are subject to availability. Blue badges must be clearly displayed in your vehicle throughout the match to avoid any issues.
Is general access parking available at the stadium?
Yes, limited parking spaces are available to book for general access ticket holders. Parking spaces are subject to availability and a fee of £6 is required to secure a parking space in advance of the match. To book, please call 01642 929421 from 9am Wednesday 4 September.
When will I receive my tickets?
Tickets will be dispatched in batches in the weeks leading up to the match. Please refer to Middlesbrough's ticketing homepage for the last day to receive posted tickets.
How can my child be a mascot for this match?
Due to the volume of requests we receive, the fairest way we allocate mascot places at England games is via the 'Prizes' page on the Lionesses Supporters Club. LSC members are advised to keep an eye on the website and their emails for further details on how to enter the mascot competition for the Brazil game in the coming weeks.
Can I bring my flag to the Brazil game?
Absolutely! If you wish to hang you flag in the ground, we recommend arriving early (when turnstiles open) to find a place to hang it. Please be aware that flags larger than 2 metres x 1.5 metres will not be permitted. Please ensure your flag is made from non-flammable material as you may be asked to provide proof by stadium security. To view the full stadium regulations at the Riverside Stadium, please click here