England V Italy - Wembley. Kids £10 / Adults £20 @ The FA.com
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England V Italy - Wembley. Kids £10 / Adults £20 @ The FA.com

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Found 16th Dec 2017
Can't see that this has been posted already. Got an email a few weeks back by forgot to post. The FA are selling England V Italy tickets from £10. The game is Tuesday 27th March, KO 8PM.

Having a look online, I've played with the system and it shows is £10 for a child ticket and £20 for an adult ticket when on level 5. Yes, the team will look miniature but good price to see England play, albeit squinting (also cheap Xmas pressie!).

Prices on other levels vary, the most expensive I found was £70 on level one.

Should be a good evening out with the kids if you can deal with the massive football crowd and being squashed on a train on the way home there is ample parking nearby but expect lots of traffic!
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The one downside that springs to mind is that you'd have to watch England.
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Heat from me.
The one downside that springs to mind is that you'd have to watch England.
Good price, but 2 of the most boring teams to watch.
PhilsterUK3 m ago

The one downside that springs to mind is that you'd have to watch England.

I've not seen them since Southgate and that penalty shoot out. Wonder what he is like as a manager.
There must be a NUS code to bring all tickets down to £20 per adult?
n15hu5 m ago

There must be a NUS code to bring all tickets down to £20 per adult?


No NUS details included in the email. Just tried the code for the previous games and thats not being accepted.

I do vaguely remember the student code being promoted closer to game date previously, so perhaps when they realise no one is buying level 1 tickets they I'll introduce a new offer to encourage sales.
We went last month at this price, view wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, kids absolutely loved it
Can they not arrange this type of thing around school holidays if it's not going to be a weekend; Unable to get kids from school then travel to London in time!
It's in the Easter holidays for my region not sure about elsewhere though
Rickardo7 m ago

Can they not arrange this type of thing around school holidays if it's not …Can they not arrange this type of thing around school holidays if it's not going to be a weekend; Unable to get kids from school then travel to London in time!



Ohhh its just a few days before the easter break isn't it. Weekend games I guess people are willing to pay more for a day out and they struggle with the evening games.
Mary_Mary1 h, 33 m ago

I've not seen them since Southgate and that penalty shoot out. Wonder what …I've not seen them since Southgate and that penalty shoot out. Wonder what he is like as a manager.


Don't worry. It's a bit like watching EastEnders. You pick up where you left off a number of years later and you haven't really missed anything.
bigalinuk5 m ago

It's in the Easter holidays for my region not sure about elsewhere though


Greater London breaks up on the Friday of that week. Cheaper holidays for you!!!
dona38531 m ago

Don't worry. It's a bit like watching EastEnders. You pick up where you …Don't worry. It's a bit like watching EastEnders. You pick up where you left off a number of years later and you haven't really missed anything.


Hahah. Last I saw Jane was doing an emotional goodbye and they were STILL trying to catch Arthur''s killer. Any movement in 5 years?
Edited by: "Mary_Mary" 16th Dec 2017
Mary_Mary4 m ago

Hahah. Last I saw Jane was doing an emotional goodbye and they were STILL …Hahah. Last I saw Jane was doing an emotional goodbye and they were STILL trying to catch Arthur''s killer. Any movement in 5 years?


Don't think so. Check again in another 5 years.
Poor Italy lose out on a world’s cup berth against Sweden, now face the incredulity of having to play England.
I've always paid that price. 1 Adult ticket plus child is £30 in the family seats.
Standard price for 'family section' at Wembley for all home games. Number of tickets available depends on opponent and whether a qualifier or friendly but well done for posting
Rickardo13 h, 23 m ago

Can they not arrange this type of thing around school holidays if it's not …Can they not arrange this type of thing around school holidays if it's not going to be a weekend; Unable to get kids from school then travel to London in time!


All International dates are set by FIFA- in this case 19-27 March. The FA (who you can't blame) has scheduled the match as close to the school Easter break as possible (depending on where you live). Wriggle room for an unauthorised (on the basis of providing life experience/education) absence or a 'close family wedding or funeral'?
bpletts7 h, 37 m ago

All International dates are set by FIFA- in this case 19-27 March. The FA …All International dates are set by FIFA- in this case 19-27 March. The FA (who you can't blame) has scheduled the match as close to the school Easter break as possible (depending on where you live). Wriggle room for an unauthorised (on the basis of providing life experience/education) absence or a 'close family wedding or funeral'?


So, they could have chosen Saturday 24th. I would have to take them out of school for 2 days in reality, but can't risk it as it's a GCSE year for one of mine.
Rickardo15 h, 39 m ago

So, they could have chosen Saturday 24th. I would have to take them out of …So, they could have chosen Saturday 24th. I would have to take them out of school for 2 days in reality, but can't risk it as it's a GCSE year for one of mine.


I don't blame you to be fair, GCSE time is difficult enough as it is. More often than not fixture dates are out of the hands of the FA. For example during the qualifiers for EURO 2016 each team had to play a home match on a different night of the week- not just the traditional Tuesday/Saturday. A theme that was similar but not as strict for Russia 2018. They might have been able to choose Saturday 24th, however England play Holland away on Friday 23rd. This fixture might have been agreed first- or perhaps Holland's next fixture was, given they also play Spain on Tuesday 27th themselves. These family section prices are available for every England home game, so I'm sure you and the kids will ba able to enjoy a match at Wembley soon
The downsides are, its a pointless friendly, its for seats in the clouds and finally and more importantly it's on a school night
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