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Tunisia v England: 7pm BST, Monday 18 June, Volgograd Arena
England v Panama: 1pm BST Sunday 24 June, Nizhny Novgorod
England v Belgium, 7pm BST, Thursday 28 June, Kaliningrad Stadium
2016-2018 Travel Club members will be able to apply for tickets to England games from 9am (GMT) on Tuesday 5 December until Wednesday 31 January 2018.
Full details on how to submit your application will be provided to England fans within the coming days but please refer to our World Cup FAQ page for information about tickets and payment processes. The FAQ page can be found here: https://englandsupporters.thefa.com/p/russia_2018
If you are not a member of the Travel Club and wish to apply for tickets, you will need to upgrade to the Travel Club here in order to submit your application in time.
FIFA have advised that fans applying for tickets will be restricted to a total number of 7* matches throughout the whole tournament. This number includes any applications you make via the FIFA General Public sale and/or any application you make via The Travel Club for England games.
As with previous tournaments (and in line with current England away matches) fans can apply for tickets in groups of up to 4 people. Based on the number of matches you apply for, the total number of tickets available across the sale phases is 28**.
Travel Club members need to be mindful that if they applied during the FIFA General Public Sale for tickets to 7 matches and are successful with all 7 matches, they will not be able to apply for any England tickets during the second sales phase in December. Similarly, if you applied for 3 matches during FIFA's General Public Sale, you will only be able to apply for up to 4 England matches through The Travel Club.
To attend matches at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, you must obtain a FAN ID. You can apply for your FAN ID after receiving your ticket confirmation email following the closure of the relevant sales phase. All guests and companions on your application must also obtain a FAN ID. The FAN ID also provides visa-free entry to Russia for the duration of the tournament.
The FAN ID has been introduced at the request of Russian authorities; neither The FA or FIFA are responsible for applications or the issuance of FAN IDs. Members are advised that FAN IDs will be required to enter each stadium in Russia, together with a valid match ticket. For more information, please refer to here: http://fan-id.ru/
For further information regarding FIFA's ticket prices, complete match schedule and terms and conditions, please refer to here: http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/organisation/ticketing/index.html.
Why is the registration window so long....we then need to get an I'd number before registering for the free trains...putting us t.c members at a distinct disadvantage.
@ David Preston We are at a disadvantage in relation to fans who bought tickets in sales phase 1. They already have their FIFA 'successful' emails, so can register for the free trains. But the sort of fans who will travel around Russia on these trains are likely to be supporters of particular countries who will have waited for the draw to see where their country is playing. Like us, they will be applying for their match tickets in sales phase 2. The application window for sales phase 2 is set by FIFA and it is the same for everybody.
England v Nigeria
Saturday 02 June 2018, kick off 17:15