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Update: The France v England ticket sale will close today, Tuesday 2 May at 3pm
Just over 2200 tickets have now been sold for the match in Paris with the remaining tickets still available on a first-come, first-served basis.
We would advise anyone who is still interested in attending the match to purchase their tickets as soon as possible as we have to advise the French Football Federation of our final allocation within the coming weeks.
How to buy a ticketYou can purchase your ticket through our website or by calling the England Supporters Travel Club ticket line on 0844 847 2010. Tickets are only available to Travel Club members who have not already purchased a ticket.If you are not yet a member of the Travel Club but would still like to attend the match can upgrade their accounts here. Travel Club members receive access to both home and away England matches, exclusive travel offers through Thomson Sport, plus a £5 discount off their home match tickets.
Travel Club members who require wheelchair accessible tickets to the France match should call us directly on 0800 389 1966 to book their tickets. Please be aware that we only have a limited number of wheelchair accessible tickets left and these will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
This is getting ridiculous 1 in 4 people who wanted a ticket for this game didn't bother buying it. Something has to be done to stop this, over 700 fans can't have had a last minute problem meaning they can no longer go. We all moan when we consider the FA has not secured enough tickets for us, but can you blame them when 2900 fans register an interest, so they get the French FA to allocate us enough to meet demand and then only 2200 actually want them. There must be some sort of penalty put in place for persistent offenders who say they want a ticket and then subsequently don't buy it, as its we the fans who only register an interest when we genuinely want to go who suffer because other FA's almost certainly take this into account when considering the number of tickets they offer us. I realise we all have things that crop up at the last moment but does anyone really believe 700 people had last minute issues meaning they couldn't go?
Only just seen Timothy's comment. Even if they charge a nominal fee to enter the ballot and then get this deducted at checkout when you actually purchase the ticket would surely reduce the number of people entering for the sake of it. I don't believe 700 people suddenly have a chance of circumstance!!
Actually agree with this, maybe let people off once if genuinely cant go but this is now happening most games people not taking up there allocated ticket. I would have a very small charge for applying and knock it off the price when buying a ticket but for persistent offenders to make them wait for a 2nd chance sale to give everyone else a chance to get a ticket for away games
Which end are the England fans in
England v Italy
Tuesday 27 March 2018, kick off 20:00