Travel Club members attending the Spain v England match on Monday 15 October 2018 can now download our Travel Guide by clicking the link below. The travel guide includes useful information on the host city, stadium regulations, ticket collection points and more. New members, or those who are attending an England away match for the first time, are urged to familiarise themselves with the ticket collection details and stadium regulations before departing for Spain. We hope all those attending have a good time following The Three Lions away.Spain v England 2018 Travel Guide.pdf
History is being repeated. I first followed England in Italy 1990 and tickets were impossible
to obtain through the supporters club so as usual I purchased tickets through various other countries supporters to include the semi. after several tournaments the same occurred. Unfortunately I can not go to every game so over the years I have attended a number of the tournaments including Brazil but very rarely have tickets been available. I joined yet again paid my 75.00 and of course never got a ticket again after registering and then waiting for 30 minutes in a queue to be told they are all sold out. I will be going as tickets are easy to buy in Spain as they have no interest in the game. Typical FA not capable of negotiating a suitable ticket allocation for a glorified friendly.
I know the ballot is supposed to give the fans the additional 30% potential of getting a ticket but with only 4900 registering an interest why has the FA not been able to resolve the situation.
Is it worth being a member for the majority of members??????????
It took me four campaigns, Ian, but I'm now a top-cap wanker and guaranteed my ticket for every game. Just gotta do the hard yards, I'm afraid.
What a Joke only 3000 tickets for this game.
Rang ticket line 115 times from 11.59 at the same as refreshing on line, in a queue then got through to be told sold out. I'd be interested to see how many got tickets who didn't apply in the 1st place. Totally disallusioned with the whole episode.
I understand that it's my own fault for not having enough caps but opening up the 2nd chance sale to everyone is just not right.
After many years of following England home and away I have enough caps to guarantee tickets for the majority of away games but I must agree with Andrew,it is not right and unfair to open up 2nd chance sale to everyone. Surely a fairer way would be to offer them first of all to those that missed out in the ballot to members that applied with the most caps to begin with then lowering caps required until all sold. Something must also be done as regards the amount that apply then don’t purchase,which helps cause the situation in the first place.
One solution would be to sell the tickets in stages.
E.g. If the caps cut off were 18 then first open a sales window to those who were lucky in the ballot, then another window to those maximum caps to,say,30 caps, then another window from 30 to 18 caps. Then open another window extending down to wherever the caps level would have been now that the actual take up tickets is known.
It would be more complicated, take longer, and not be perfect as there would be some tickets left at the end which didn't fit the exact numbers on the lowest caps cut off level - maybe only these could be sold on a phone sale only open to those on that caps level
Does anyone know if there is a coach from Malaga airport to Seville on Monday which returns after the game back to Malaga Airport
Any spare tickets need 3 was on holiday wen went on sale already in seville