Update: tickets for the U21's match against Poland on Thursday 22 June have sold out. Tickets are still available for the matches against Sweden and Slovakia.
The Young Lions will take on Sweden, the host nation Poland and Slovakia at this summer's Euro Finals.
England will play all three of their games at the Kielce Stadium, with their second match against Slovakia coming three days later on Monday 19 June.
They will then finish their group stage against the Poles on the evening of Thursday 22 June.
The 2017 final tournament will contain an expanded field of 12 teams and alongside England’s Group A rivals there are Czech Republic, Italy, FYR Macedonia, Portugal, Denmark, Germany, Serbia and Spain.
All three group winners and the best of the runners-up will progress to the semi-finals, scheduled for Tuesday 27 June, before the final takes place in Krakow on Friday 30 June.
To purchase tickets for the UEFA Under-21 Championship click the link here: http://u21poland.com/en/tickets/ . Supporters are advised that they do not need to be a part of the Travel Club in order to purchase tickets for this tournament.
Sweden v England5pm, Friday 16 JuneKielce Stadium
Slovakia v England 5pm, Monday 19 JuneKielce Stadium
England v Poland7.45pm,Thursday 22 JuneKielce Stadium
To view the full tournament schedule, click here
Pleased to see England fans will have the opportunity to purchase tickets by this method.
Hopefully this will enable fans to sit together and create a decent atmosphere, depending on numbers attending.
Be good to know what time the tickets go on sale? 9am? Noon? 5pm?
Do you get caps for under 21 games?
Link saying page no longer exists ??
This is just a link to news about a general sale. Found that myself. This won't help England fans sit together.
anybody else having a challenge getting tickets? asking me for a Polish id number and won't accept passport number
Forget they went on sale today these
Very disappointed that the FA haven't taken an allocation of tickets and enabled England fans to sit together
so it's down to the individual yet again, thank you FA for your help.
Anyone worked out how to by-pass the PESEL number? I know it's an 11 digit Polish ID number but what to we insert?
Probably an even worse application procedure than the Czech Republic. Makes Ticketmaster seem competent.
Germany v England
Wednesday 22 March 2017, kick off 20:45
at Signal Iduna Park
England v Lithuania
Sunday 26 March 2017, kick off 17:00
at Wembley Stadium
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