Tickets will go on sale to all members who registered their interest from midday on Friday 19 January 2018 until 3pm Monday 22 January. A second chance sale for all remaining Travel Club members will start at midday on Tuesday 23 January on a first-come-first served basis.
Tickets are priced at £21 each.
Travel Club members can purchase a ticket by logging on to www.thefa.com/tickets or by calling 0844 847 2010 during the specified sale period.
Group bookings are limited to a maximum of 4 members per group and you will need to provide the Travel Club fan numbers and dates of birth of the other members in your group if you are the lead applicant.
Wheelchair Access For those who registered as wheelchair users for this match you can book your ticket by calling us on 0800 389 1966 from midday on Friday 19 January 2018 until 3pm Monday 22 January.
If you've recently upgraded to the Travel Club and the Netherlands match on Friday 23 March 2018 will be your first England away game, please be aware that tickets for England away matches are for collection only - meaning that no tickets will be posted or emailed out beforehand.
Information regarding the collection details will be announced closer to the fixture but if you are attending the match, you will need to bring a form of photo ID with you when collecting. To help speed up collections, it will also help if you know the name of the person who booked your ticket.
Please be aware that England away match tickets are non-transferable so they cannot be passed to other members or non-members or advertised for sale on social media or third party websites. For more information, please refer to the 'Rules of Membership' here.
For information about second chance sales, please follow the link here: https://englandsupporters.thefa.com/b/news/archive/2017/02/07/estc-second-sales-explained
This news story was first published: 2017-12-11 03:01 PM
Very good allocation, also very reasonable pricing too. I don’t think there can be any complaints.
Good allocation , do we normally receive individual emails saying we are successful or do we just get a email nearer the ticket sale
Hi all. This will be our first away match of the season and I've noticed that tickets will have to be collected. Does that mean over in Amsterdam? We live over 300 miles from London and it will be a nightmare trying to collect if down south. Appreciate you guidance and should be a cracker!
You collect over in Amsterdam on the matchday itself
Are all England fans on the same tier? Two of us that are travelling together registered separately.
when you get into the ground you can sit anywhere in the away section. i have never sat in my allocated seat.
Great number of allocation. Looks like it will be another great atmosphere away with England :)
Yes I m aware of that.... but can't sit/stand together if we 're in different tiers hence my question. Dortmund for example we in in different tiers...lithuania Malta etc no problem.
I was in Germany in March and it was collection there also, it was no stress at all very easy to collect right outside the away entrance
@David Preston Here is a seating plan of the Amsterdam Arena taken from the KNVB ticket sales page for the Netherlands v England match.
On the face of it, it would appear that most of the stadium is already sold out. Hard to believe when the fixture is still more than 3 months away.
Away fans at this stadium are normally housed in blocks 416-417. However, there is no way they can fit 5105 fans into those blocks so there must be more blocks allocated. If they were going to give us blocks on the lower tier then the obvious one would be block 117. But this is one of the few blocks where they are still selling tickets to home fans. So I would guess we will all be on the upper tier: perhaps blocks 414-418 for example.
@ David Preston Why don't you contact the FA and ask whether they can link your application with that of your mate, as if you had applied together? Despite the criticism they often get on this forum, the FA do try hard to do their best for us fans.
It doesn't matter if you were linked when you registered your interest or not. You can still buy them together when they go on sale.
Part of a group of 4 everyone else has had an email apart from me?
When you buy your tickets buy them together i.e. One person buys up to 4 and the tickets will be grouped together
No email reminder of going on sale.. Some of us work all weekend with very little contact to Internet to keep up to date.. Very poor n now iv missed out, and I have 43 caps.. A lot more than some who have got tickets..