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England’s World Cup draw as it happens…

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

Excitement is building, the draw’s just taken place and we’re frantically typing and trying to keep up! We’ve focused primarily on England’s draw and ramifications so if you want to see the wider draw and fixture list visit the FIFA link at the bottom of this page.

Remember too our Fans’ Guide to South Africa was also launched today. By the fans, for the fans the website is a crucial resource for any England fans heading out to South Africa.

England will play:

  • In Rustenburg against USA on Saturday June 12th
  • In Cape Town against Algeria on Friday June 18th
  • In Port Elizabeth against Slovenia on Wednesday June 23rd

England fans should still remember that, regardless of the final group draw, the main priority is to get booking now, do not turn up on spec as hotel prices will be through the roof! This isn’t Germany 2006.

Check out our detailed FA guide to World Cup ticketing here.

See FIFA’s site for the full draw.

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