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How to get tickets for England Women vs Ireland Women Euro Qualifier 2024

The FA have announced how to get tickets for England Women vs Ireland Women as the Lionesses play their penultimate European Qualifier at Norwich City's Carrow Road on 12th July.

England were drawn out alongside France, Sweden and Republic of Ireland in their group which involves a total of six fixtures in their bid to qualify for Euro 2025.

“It's a tough draw but it is a really exciting draw,” Wiegman told reporters after the draw was made.

“Of course, we all went into the draw knowing that Sweden – one of the top countries – would be in Pot 3 because of their Nations League performance in 2023 so with France, Sweden, and Ireland in our group, it will be very competitive.

“It's exciting and now we just have to show up and perform. For the fans and for football, it is really good because it will be so competitive.”

The Lionesses, who are holders of the tournament, have already played two of their fixtures, the first a 1-1 draw with Sweden at Wembley and the second a 2-0 win over Ireland at the Aviva Stadium on 9th April.

 

The remaining fixtures see England play France home and away on 31st May and 4th June respectively, and the fifth fixture will be at home versus Ireland in Norwich.

How to get tickets for England Women vs Ireland Women Euro Qualifier

A priority window will open for My England Football members on 3rd May until 6th May, and then the tickets will be released on open sale here from 12pm on 12th May.

Ticket Prices are as follows:

£59/£39* – Ticket Plus

£40/£12.50* – Category 1

£25/£12.50* – Category 2

£20/£10* – Category 3

£15/£5* – Category 4

Carrow Road has a capacity of 27, 244 and has already hosted the Lionesses, with a 0-0 draw during the 2022 Arnold Clark Cup against Spain.

The match will also be televised in the UK and will be available to watch on ITV Sport.


Chloe Digby

An experienced freelance football writer, editor and podcaster, Chloe has worked for Forbes, the Guardian, the BBC, Mundial Magazine, FourFourTwo Magazine the iPaper, OneFootball, Tortoise Media and many more. Chloe has been a regular at Stockport County since 1995 and also follows Fiorentina. She is an expert on fan culture, having traveled all over England and Italy watching football.

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