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England Women tickets are in higher demand than ever before after the inspiring achievements of Sarina Wiegman's Lionesses over these last few years.
Wiegman's side may have fallen short in their bid to be crowned world champions in Australia in 2023, but the Euro 2022 winners have undoubtedly transformed the game in recent times.
A slow start turned to steady progress but it was not to be. Their 1-0 loss to Spain in the World Cup final in Sydney back in August proved to be a step too far for the squad in a tournament that appeared to be unfolding in favour of the Lionesses.
Despite that, the historic European Championships victory at Wembley last year remains fresh in the memory of all England fans with the team now firmly established as a major force in the women's game. Off the pitch, support and recognition of the players have increased to an unprecedented level.
Tickets for games are in high demand as a result, with several attendance records set in the opening weekend of the 2023/24 Women's Super League season.
So, here's a regularly updated and detailed guide to help you secure your England Women tickets…
England Women tickets at home
All Lionesses home games played at Wembley – or elsewhere in the country – are organised by the Football Association.
England Women v Belgium tickets
England Women's upcoming game against Belgium on 27 October is a sell-out at Leicester City's King Power Stadium, but fear not, there are tickets available for the UEFA Nations League clash against the Netherlands on Friday 1 December. This latter game will be hosted at Wembley Stadium.
England Women v Netherlands tickets
Already, 50,000 tickets have been sold for the Nations League clash but you can secure yours on the official ticket portal, here.
50,000 and counting… 🤩 pic.twitter.com/h2CjWogAnm
— Lionesses (@Lionesses) October 11, 2023
How to get priority for England Women Tickets
You can actually skip the queue and get priority for England men's and women's home fixtures. To do so, you need to sign up to My England Football, an official fan initiative from the FA.
With My England Football, you get exclusive access to priority sales for senior England games, with a notification sent directly to you when the tickets go on sale.
The rest of the My England Football process is as follows:
1. Create your My England Football account
2. Opt in to receive marketing emails when setting your password
3. Sign in to your account to manage and update your email contact preferences
4. Tick ‘England Women's Senior Team' and ‘England Men's Senior Team'
5. You're all set! They'll email you when the next priority ticket window is open.
Lionesses UEFA Nations League campaign
In September, Sarina Wiegman's side began their maiden UEFA Nations League campaign. The introduction of the tournament into the women's game follows on from the men's, where the Nations League format has already been established for a few years.
England's first game was a 2-1 victory over Scotland at Sunderland's Stadium of Light, thanks to goals from Lucy Bronze and Lauren Hemp.
That was followed by a 2-1 defeat in the Netherlands, with a late strike from the hosts securing all three points in added-on time, cancelling out an equalising goal from Arsenal striker Alessia Russo.
After two games played, Belgium top group A1 with four points, ahead of Netherlands and England on three, with Scotland in fourth place with just one point.
Why the UEFA Nations League matters for England Women
The four group winners in League A will meet at the semi-final stage, with the two finalists progressing to join hosts France as the European representatives in the 2024 Olympic Games.
If France makes the final, the third-placed nation fills the remaining place for the 12-team tournament in Paris, next year.
England has been nominated to secure qualification for the Olympics on behalf of Team GB, representing all of the UK, but in a quirk of fate, Scotland could prevent that from happening if they secure points against England in December.
The Nations League will also impact the qualification process for Euro 2025, which is set to be hosted in Switzerland.
Upcoming England Women fixtures:
UEFA Women's Nations League – 27 October
England v Belgium
King Power Stadium, Leicester – 19:45 kick-off
UEFA Women's Nations League – 31 October
Belgium v England
King Power Den Dreef Stadium, Leuven – 19:30 kick-off
UEFA Women's Nations League – 1 December
England v Netherlands
Wembley Stadium, London – 19:45 kick-off
UEFA Women's Nations League – 5 December
Scotland v England
Hampden Park, Glasgow – 19:45 kick-off
Tickets for our #UWNL fixture against Belgium at the King Power Stadium in Leicester are now SOLD OUT!
See you in three weeks…😉 pic.twitter.com/gpvlMKDr6h
— Lionesses (@Lionesses) October 5, 2023