England have this afternoon revealed the next Premier League venue they are to play their Euro 2020 qualifier at this summer.
Since last summer, the Three Lions have played one international match at each Leeds United’s Elland Road along with Leicester City’s King Power Stadium.
Now the England team will be playing their qualifier against Kosovo at Southampton on Tuesday 10 September 2019, the first time they have headed there was against Macedonia in October 2002.
In recent years, the women’s senior team and men’s U21s have played there.
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On tickets for the game, the FA’s website state: “Tickets for the game will go on sale from Friday 10 May – initially to members of the England Supporters Travel Club, with fans signed up to the free-to-join England Supporters Club gaining access from Monday 13 May.
“The remaining tickets will then go on general sale on Friday 10 May, with prices at £55, £45, £35 for adults and £25 for adults and £10 for juniors in the family enclosure.
“There’s a £5 discount on prices for members of the England Supporters Travel Club. Find out more on how you can join.
“The last England side to play at St Mary’s was Phil Neville’s Lionesses in April 2018 and they will be in action for a FIFA Women’s World Cup send-off further along the south coast at Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday 1 June (1pm kick-off).
“There is also limited availability of tickets for the European Qualifier against Bulgaria at Wembley on Saturday 7 September.”
After it was announced that Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium would be hosting England v Kosovo in September, fans took to the replies with their thoughts – check out what they had to say on the next page.
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