All you need to know if you are coming to England v Andorra

Thursday 02 Sep 2021
England play Andorra on Sunday 5 September, kick-off 5pm

We are excited to welcome supporters back to Wembley Stadium and have compiled a list of all the information you need to be aware of if you are attending this Sunday.

Match Information

Sunday 5 September 2021
                Wembley Stadium
Gates Open:       3pm

What you need to be able to enter the ground

Your Ticket:

Don’t forget to bring either your physical ticket, or, you print at home ticket.  If you paid for your ticket to be delivered in the post and it has not arrived by midday on Friday 3 September please email us at with your order number and we will arrange for your tickets to be collected at the ticket office on match day.

Proof of double vaccination or a negative Lateral Flow Test:

To enter the stadium you will need either;

  1. Proof of double vaccination via the NHS app.  Please be aware that vaccination cards will not be accepted.
  2. Proof of a negative Lateral Flow Test (LFT) via the NHS App, or via text, if you are 18 and over and registered with a GP in England.  Your LFT must be taken no earlier than 2pm on Friday 3 September 2021 (i.e. 48 hours before the gates open).


Face Masks

We encourage all supporters attending the event to wear face masks when walking around the stadium and to maintain social distancing where possible.

Reporting Racism or Anti Discriminatory Behaviour

If you, any of your friends, or family see, hear or experience any behaviour you feel to be inappropriate, anti-social, abusive, racist, homophobic or discriminatory whilst at the game, we would encourage you to report the matter immediately to a steward or member of the stadium security team.  The stadium team are here to listen and support you in any way we can.

You can also report any such incidents on match day by texting HELP to 66566

We take every report we receive seriously and encourage supporters to let us know if they experience any of the above incidents, even if they are unsure.

All reports will be treated with complete confidentiality.

Anyone found to be engaging in these behaviours on match day will be ejected from the stadium and, in some cases, these incidents may lead to prosecution.

Alternatively, if you would like to report an incident after match date, all you need to do is drop us an email to and a member of the team will come back to you and talk about the next steps available to you.



Flags and banners will be allowed into the ground without the need for filling out a form prior to the match.

The maximum size for flags/banners is 2 meters by 1.5 meters.

The maximum size of flexible flagpoles is 1 meter in length and 1 cm in diameter.

All flags will be checked upon entry. You will need to carry with you the flag’s fire safety certificate to prove it is fireproof.



Bags larger than an A4 piece of paper inside the stadium and there will be limited space at the bag drops on match day. We advise all supporters to travel as light as possible!


Food and drink

Food and drink will be available inside the stadium on all levels – this includes alcohol

You will be unable to bring in your own food or drink inside the ground.

A reminder that Wembley Stadium is now entirely cashless. Please be aware that NO kiosks will accept cash. Contactless & SmartPay payments will be accepted at all kiosks.


Pre-Game Events for Fans

If you are sitting in the West Stand/Family Section you may find a red or white piece of card on your seat. Follow the instructions on the card to create a large St George’s Cross for our players just moments before kick-off which will be seen by the millions of fans watching around the country.

If you are sitting in the East Stand/Home End in or around blocks 110-112 there will be a crowd surfer being unfurled after the national anthems have taken place. This flag has been organised by fans to show their support towards Rashford, Saka and Sancho.

By FA Staff