A total of 4,295 members registered their interest in this fixture

Monday 25 Oct 2021
England take on San Marino on Monday 15 November 2021

The registration window for San Marino v England closed on Thursday 21 October.

A total of 4,295 members registered their interest in this fixture, meaning we will need to conduct a ballot to determine who will given the option to purchase tickets.

The ballot will be conducted this week and we hope to announce the results, and sale dates, in a few days’ time.

Caps have now been added for the Andorra away and Hungary home fixture and will be considered when we conduct the ballot for this match.  The new current caps total stands at 38.

Important Information:

We are currently in negotiations with a local transport company and are seeking to arrange travel for supporters between Rimini and San Marino on Match day (with the potential of also providing some services the day before the match should there be demand).

We are in continuing talks with all other relevant stakeholders around how Covid may potentially impact these fixtures.  A full update on stadium entry requirements will be published closer to the match.

Please acknowledge that both the host nations, and our, entry requirements/travel restrictions are subject to change at any time and as such we strongly advise all members regularly monitor the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website for future updates and certainly before booking any travel or accommodation.

We would also recommend that members await full confirmation of these details for this fixture before confirming any of their travel or accommodation arrangements.


Sportsworld, the FA’s Official Travel Partner, are assessing the feasibility of operating a day trip by requesting interested supporters to register their interest.  

For more information regarding this package and to register your interest please click here

Sportsworld will also shortly be launching their 'Follow England Supporter' travel packages for next years’ World Cup in Qatar, subject to the Three Lion's qualification.  More information can be found here.



By FA Staff