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England vs Iceland: How to get tickets for the Euro 2024 send-off

After England's 3-0 victory over Bosnia and Herzegovina at St James' Park on Monday night, the Three Lions now only have one more match before they fly to Germany for Euro 2024.

Gareth Southgate's men looked good in the second half on Monday night which has increased excitement ahead of their final warm-up match against Iceland.

England will take on Iceland at Wembley Stadium on Friday night and many fans are now wondering how to get tickets for the match.

If you are one of these people, then here is everything you need to know.

How to get England vs Iceland tickets
England will face Iceland at Wembley this Friday – Photo by Icon Sport

How to get England vs Iceland tickets

England vs Iceland tickets have been on sale via the official Wembley website for many months but on Sunday, 2nd June the FA announced that all tickets for the match are now sold out.

The ticket sales process began in February when England Supporters Travel Club members were given a priority window for a week starting on 12 February.

My England Football members were then given four days from 19 February to snap up tickets before all remaining tickets were put on sale for the general public. Given the tickets only sold out on Sunday, the general public had over three months to secure tickets for the match.

Although the match is now officially a sell-out, there are still a couple of ways to get tickets for England vs Iceland. Here is what you can do –

England vs Iceland – Resale tickets

You should always exercise caution when purchasing football tickets via third-party resale websites but there are a few that can be trusted. One of the most reputable resale websites is SeatPick and they are currently advertising plenty of tickets for England vs Iceland.

The tickets listed on SeatPick aren't particularly extortionate either, something that you usually expect when purchasing tickets from third-party websites. The cheapest tickets currently listed are £43 which isn't too bad when you consider the original face value prices. They were:

  • Category 1: £75
  • Category 2: £60
  • Category 3: £45
  • Category 4: £35

England vs Iceland – Hospitality

Another option is to watch England vs Iceland in style by purchasing hospitality tickets at Wembley for the match. Wembley Stadium is unique in that you can't just purchase one-off hospitality tickets for matches played at the home of English football.

Instead, you have to sign up for a Club Wembley membership, which gives you access to a range of Wembley-hosted events for the season.

Club Wembley packages come at the following prices:

  • Inner Circle: £2,640
  • Centre Circle: £5,046
  • Number Nine: £6,432
  • Bobby Moore: £9,030
  • One Twenty: £13,002
Wembley Stadium
Wembley has hosted several big matches in recent weeks, including the Fa Cup final and the Champions League final – Photo by Icon Sport

How to watch England vs Iceland

If you can't get a ticket for England vs Iceland, all is not lost because you can still watch the match live on UK television. The match is being shown live on Channel 4, with pre-match coverage set to begin at 7 p.m. ahead of the 7.45 p.m. kick-off.

Alternatively, the match can be streamed live on the Channel 4 app, which can be downloaded for free on mobile phones, tablets, and smart TVs.


Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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