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England vs Brazil tickets 23rd March 2024

The England vs Brazil friendly scheduled for Saturday, 23rd March promises to be an exciting game, especially as both sides are in the top 5 of FIFA rankings. The Three Lions will host Samba Boys at Wembley Stadium, with the game set to start at 19:00 UK time to a charged fanbase.

The four most recent meetings between England and Brazil ended with 1 win apiece, so two draws in that period means this will be a spectacle as the two highly ranked national football teams take on each other to prove their prowess.

For England vs Brazil tickets, we have the details in this post, so read on to find out where to book and how to get the best hospitality packages for the big game.

Is England vs Brazil sold out?

Unfortunately, England vs Brazil is sold out on the Wembley website. Wembley bookings are cashless, so always keep that in mind when booking the next England game to be staged at the venue.

For those who have missed the opportunity to reserve their seats on the official Wembley website, note that you still have a chance to get a seat with Club Wembley VIP packages.

Note that the VIP option is reserved for registered England supporters who will also get priority treatment on matchday, which includes access to VIP areas.

England vs Brazil tickets
England fans pictured in a past match. Credit: Icon Sport

Where can I get England vs Brazil tickets?

With the game sold out on, you will have to look elsewhere for reservations. We recommend checking second-hand ticket reselling websites such as Viagogo that still have ticket offers for a special price for this important game. Another platform that you should check for England vs Brazil tickets is,

Less than 400 seats are remaining on Viagogo, with the prices ranging between £201 and £1,267.

On other sites like Seatsnet, there are still plenty of seats starting from £120 to above £995 for Ultimate VIP treatment at Wembley.

When did England vs Brazil tickets first go on sale?

Ticket sales for England vs Brazil started on Monday 13th November 2023. The Three Lions announced on their social media pages. Interestingly, the game was sold out on at the priority stage when bookings were reserved for registered club members.

How to get England vs Brazil hospitality tickets

While you can get hospitality tickets for England vs Brazil on official reseller websites, we recommend Club Wembley for the ultimate VIP experience. For example, an Inner Circle VIP ticket will set you back £2538 and it gives you access to members-only restaurants and bars.

The second option is an Inner Circle ticket that costs 4,854 and with it comes packages such as food, beverages and exceptional views. A Booby Moore VIP ticket at Wembley is currently the most expensive and it will set you back a whooping £8,682.

Booby Moore package features exclusive fine dining experience and live entertaining even as you enjoy this game between two teams who sit in the top-5 in the FIFA rankings.

Buying away end tickets?

Wembley only sells away tickets to registered away Club supporters and all sales are cashless. If you are a supporter of Brazil, you will have to reserve a seat for this game on reseller platforms such as Viagogo, SeatPick, and several other online ticket seller platforms. SeatPick lists England vs Brazil tickets starting from £120.

Note that the prices of the tickets for this game vary depending on the seat you choose, the booking date and the kind of treatment you need as a regular or a VIP member on matchday.

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