England Fixtures & Results
See all upcoming England international fixtures as well as all recent England scores and results. England are currently involved in the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign, where they’ve won their first two games against Italy and Ukraine.
The England national football team played in the world’s first international football match against Scotland in November 1872.
They competed in their first World Cup in 1950, but exited the tournament in the first round after an embarrassing 1-0 defeat against the United States.
The Three Lions have enjoyed mixed fortunes at major tournaments since then, with their run to the semi-finals of the 1996 European Championships one of their most notable achievements.
They have come close to breaking their trophy drought in recent years, progressing to the last four of the 2018 World Cup, where Croatia defeated them.
England made their first-ever European Championship final appearance in the delayed 2020 edition but were beaten on penalties by Italy after a 1-1 draw.
Fans who sign-up to My England Football can beat the queue and get early access to tickets for England home matches.
This offers a priority window to supporters for tickets to senior England men’s and women’s home fixtures. Just follow these steps to get priority access:
- Create your My England Football account.
- Opt-in to receive marketing emails when setting your password.
- Sign in to your account to manage and update your email contact preferences.
- Tick ‘England Men’s Senior Team’ & ‘England Women’s Senior Team’.
- You will be emailed when the next priority ticket window is open.
England Supporters Travel Club members also get priority access to home match tickets and eligibility for away tickets.
Ticket prices vary depending on which competition England are playing in and which area of the stadium you want to be seated.
Family enclosure prices for adults for the 2024 European Championship qualifier against Ukraine were £25. Prices were higher in other parts of the stadium.
England Matches on TV
Channel 4 own the rights to show England matches until 2024.
This includes UEFA Nations League games, qualifiers for Euro 2024 and friendlies – all of which are free-to-air.
However, the BBC and ITV will show both the Euro 2024 and Euro 2028 finals tournaments when they are staged.
They also split broadcasting duties for the 2022 World Cup games, but the rights have not been awarded for the next tournament.
Brazilian legend Pele described Wembley Stadium as ‘the cathedral of football’, and it is undoubtedly synonymous with the world’s greatest sport.
The original Wembley Stadium opened its doors in April 1923 and has since hosted numerous finals, tournaments and other major events.
These include the 1948 Summer Olympics, the London 2012 Olympics, the 2015 Rugby World Cup and several regular-season NFL games.
Wembley was the venue when England lifted the World Cup in 1966, making legends of top players such as Bobby Charlton, Bobby Moore and Geoff Hurst.
The stadium was completely rebuilt at the start of the 21st century, reopening with a 90,000 capacity in 2007.
It remains one of the most iconic sporting venues in the world and the place where every budding professional footballer dreams of playing.
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