The caps system is in place to ensure that, should tickets to England away games and tournament matches be oversubscribed, they will be distributed as fairly as possible and on the following basis; 70% of tickets will be awarded to fans at the top of the caps table, with the rest of the tickets going to a ballot.
If you purchase tickets to an England home game during the priority members' sale, you will be able to assign a FAN number to each ticket purchased, this will ensure that the caps are awarded automatically to each account upon attendance each match.
For tickets purchased in the general sale, you will need to ensure that all FAN numbers in the order are correctly assigned to the tickets by emailing us the details, otherwise caps will not be awarded. If FAN numbers are not assigned before a match has taken place, caps can still be claimed up to 21 days after the match by submitting an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org, enclosing the order number and/or image of the ticket stub for the relevant game plus the required FAN numbers.
Fans are reminded that caps can only be claimed for tickets purchased directly through The England Supporters Club and The FA and caps will not be awarded for non-attendance. Caps cannot be retrospectively applied for matches that took place more than 21 days ago or if a match was attended prior to being a member.
Members can see their position on the caps table here.
For information about away match ballots, please refer to the news story here
Instead of asking fans to grass other fans up for singing a stupid song about the war, how about checking out why so many Lithuania fans were sat in the members end on Sunday? I had 4 two rows in front of me and another six directly behind me!
The answer is the FA sold tickets to away fans.
Must of - I to had Lithuania fans in same row as me and see loads of peeps wearing red/yellow/green attire clearly supporting away team. But to be fair the ones that I saw and near me didn't cause any trouble but seems there was no worries by them wearing away colours and being asked to leave so must have had reassurances from somewhere and to get hold of tickets in home end in such large numbers had to be officially sanctioned even if not admitted to.
It works both ways, England Fans Are Always In Home Ends When We Play Away. Lithuania Away last Time Their Was More English In The Home End Than Home Fan's. I Was One Of Them .Slovakia Away There Was Hundreds of English Again In The Home End,Get Use To It.
I should think that there is an element of pot calling the kettle here. How often do our fans sit in home sections when we travel? As for "grassing" on fans singing is concerned I would rather we focus on those that threw beer around, urinated on walls and broke seats. That stated though, the songs about the Second World War have surely had their day now haven't they?
Still not received my caps yet?
Who cares about away fans being in home end.
Why is it an issue to have away fans in the home end. They were probably Lithuanians who live in London anyway. Makes for good banter having a few around I always think
My Germany caps still haven't been added
I have tried to contact the FA on 3 seperate occasions now in regards to my Germany caps not being added on and have received nothing back. Has anyone had any issues like this in the past and know how to resolve it?
Scotland v England
Saturday 10 June 2017, kick off 17:00
at Hampden Park
France v England
Tuesday 13 June 2017, kick off 20:00
at Stade de France
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