After five years, the England women’s national team are returning to Wembley and Squawka is giving you the chance to be there.
Having reached the semi-final of the World Cup in France, setting numerous records for viewing figures along the way, Phil Neville’s side will soon be looking ahead to another major tournament with more milestones to break.
At 5.30pm on Saturday, November 9, the Lionesses will be playing at the home of English football – for the first time since 2014 – as they host Germany in one of many mouth-watering matches played in preparation for the Uefa 2021 European Championships, which will be hosted by England across nine cities.
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Advance tickets, priced only £10 adults and £1 under-16s, are on sale now at: www.TheFA.com/Tickets
But we have three pairs of tickets up for grabs… all you need to do is give us a magic number.
How to enter
The Lionesses’ last match at Wembley may have ended in a 3-0 defeat to Germany, but it did set an attendance record for an England Women’s international in this country.
All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to watch England enact revenge is tell us what that record figure was.
To enter, reply to the following tweet on Twitter with your answer.
We have three pairs of tickets to give away for #Lionesses first game at Wembley in five years.
Play a little game of Higher or Lower to win:
The record attendance for England-Germany in 2014 was _____
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) July 2, 2019
Don’t worry, we will be playing a little game of Higher or Lower to help you on the way. Even better, you can guess as many times as you like!
The first three correct answers win.
Please note, the competition is open to UK residents only and entrants must be aged 18 or over.
The winner will be announced at 19.30 BST on Tuesday, July 2, ahead of the World Cup semi-final against the United States.
Full terms and conditions
To enter the competition you must be 18+ and be able to provide your name, address and email address.
Winning entrants will be decided by the correct answer to the question. If more than three correct answers are given, the first three answers as identified by the timestamp on Twitter will be awarded the prize.
If no correct answers are given, the prizes will be awarded to the closest three guesses.
Any data provided will not be stored or shared and will be deleted once tickets are issued.
Tickets are provided by The Football Association.
Squawka is not responsible for the prize giveaway or tickets.
Three winners will each receive a pair of tickets to watch England Women v Germany at Wembley Stadium on 9 November 2019.
Only open to UK residents.
No cash or date alternative available.
Travel and accommodation not included.
The competition is open to UK residents only. The competition deadline is 19.30 BST Tuesday, July 2.