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FA announce affordable pricing for upcoming England friendlies

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

The FA has announced that England’s upcoming pre-tournament friendly fixtures will cost no more than £20.

England are due to play at the City of Manchester Stadium, the Stadium of Light, Sunderland, and Wembley before they head off the the European Championships in France this summer and adult tickets will be capped at £20.

The pricing policy will be available to England Travel Club members and those wanting to buy tickets in the family sections at all three stadiums.

Friendlies will be against Turkey in Manchester on Sunday 22nd May, Australia at the Stadium of Light on Friday 27th May and Portugal at Wembley on Thursday 2nd June.

The FA said: “This announcement continues The FA’s commitment to provide fans with affordable ticket options for all matches.”

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