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England will return to Vilnius for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Lithuania on Sunday 8 October (7pm local time, 5pm UK time), completing their qualifying schedule for next summer's tournament in Russia with a trip to the LFF Stadium.
2016-18 Travel Club members can now register their interest for the match by clicking here Members will be able to register in a maximum group size of 4 by selecting the ‘(+) add another member’ button once they have submitted their own details.
Travel Club members who require wheelchair accessible seating must ensure they select the 'wheelchair user' tick box in order for their registration to be recorded correctly
It will be the Three Lions' second visit to the Lithuanian capital in exactly two years. In October 2015, Ross Barkley and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored as England won 3-0 with Giedrius Arlauskis' own goal also contributing to the Euro 2016 qualifier on the LFF Stadium's artificial surface.
England, who currently top Group F, beat Edgaras Jankauskas' side 2-0 at Wembley Stadium back in March.
We will be announcing full ticket details in the weeks following the registration deadline.
Travel Packages to Lithuania
Gullivers Sports Travel (formerly Thomson Sport) has a number of spaces available on their travel package to Lithuania. For more information, click here: https://gulliverstravel.co.uk/event/official-england-supporters-travel-club/package/lithuania-v-england-group-f?group=3926
Where is the link to register ?
where it says click here
Can't see click here
Where is the link to register
How do you cancel your interest?
Ive registered but only going if I win the lottery. Got better things to do on a Sunday.
Are you serious Paul Leveridge? Look at the text on this page ^^ it says:
2016-18 Travel Club members can now register their interest for the match by "CLICKING 'HERE' " Members will be able to register in a maximum group size of 4 by selecting the ‘(+) add another member’ button once they have submitted their own details.
What are the pros and cons of registering as a group opposed to registering individually? Is it a case of either all or none of your group will be allocated tickets? Does it change your chances? What if the number of caps held by those in your group varies dramatically? Just curious as to what peoples experiences of this are really..
Makes no difference whatsoever, all tickets allocated on an individual basis. It's just for group seating but every 1 sits wherever they want at away games anyway
Cheers Rob. Must have been coincidental that the times we've applied as a group we've all either got tickets, or not got tickets.
@ Steve Powell As far as I know, the rule works like this :-
Everyone in the group who is in the 70% gets allocated a ticket.
Those members of the group who are not in the 70% go into the 30% ballot as a single entity. So, either they're all successful or they're all unsuccessful.
Thanks David. Any indication of our allocation for this one? The Scots have been given 1700.