December 10, 2022

ENGLAND PLAYERS ALWAYS TALK ABOUT THE PRIVILEGE OF REPRESENTING THEIR COUNTRY

England travel to Munich on Tuesday 7 June to take on Germany in our second UEFA Nations League fixture of 2022.

This will be the Three Lions’ biggest away ticket allocation since supporters were allowed back into grounds.  Naturally, there is a lot of excitement around the fixture.

England players always talk about the privilege of representing their country. It is no different for us as fans. Every time we travel abroad, we have the honour of wearing the Three Lions and being ambassadors for the nation.

As Gareth Southgate recently said: “Whenever we travel, we are hopefully ambassadors for our country and that should stand for something. We would not be happy if people came to our country and behaved in that way.”

How to report an Incident to us whilst you are in Germany

The FA continues to work hard to ensure a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all supporters.

If you witness any xenophobic, racist, homophobic or anti-social behaviour before, during or after the match, you can report it in confidence by emailing englandsupportersclub@TheFA.com or by calling or texting us on +447790371105.

Please be aware that The FA will always investigate reports of inappropriate behaviour at an England game.

Key Information

The match will take place at the Allianz Arena in Munich.  This stadium was built in 2005 and has an international fixture capacity of approximately 70,000.

We have an away allocation of 3,466, meaning that Travel Club members will take up approximately 5% of the capacity on the night.

Kick-off will be 8.45pm local time and gates will be open from 6.45pm local time.

When Travel Club members arrive at the stadium they will be directed into a one-way system towards the away end.  There are likely to be plenty of ticket checks on the night and we advise all members to get to the ground as early as possible to avoid any delays.

You can use ANY form of photo ID to collect your ticket from us.

Ticket holders will be directed to the away entrance that can be accessed from Frottmanning U-Bhan Station.

We strongly recommend keeping up-to-date with the information published on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s website regarding travel to and from Germany

There will be no early entry for flags

Ticket Collection Point

All tickets will be for collection only in Munich.  The Ticket Collection Point will be held at Le Meridian Hotel.

We will have a side entrance on Mittererstrab Road (see below)

The stadium is just a 40-minute journey away, accessed by nearby metro stations.

The simplest route to the stadium from the ticket collection point, including for access to the away end, can be found here

Collection Dates and Times

Sunday 5 June:   5pm until 9pm

Monday 6 June: 10am until 7pm

Tuesday 7 June: 10am until 8pm

Please note that there will be no ticket collection at the stadium for this match.

If you are running late, please text us with your name, FAN number and the name of the lead booker on match day at the earliest opportunity.

Please note that the number to text has changed and is now +447790371105

Stadium Rules and Regulations 

Gates will open at 18:45 (2 hours before kick-off)

Ticket holders will be directed to the away entrance that can be accessed from Frottmanning U-Bhan Station

At the ground there will be a hard visual ticket check and then a full body search by stewards accompanied by uniformed police just in front of the turnstiles

There will be no sale of alcohol anywhere inside the ground

Pyrotechnic devices including flares and fireworks are not permitted

Fans without valid tickets will not be allowed to enter the stadium

Supporters caught tailgating will be ejected from the stadium and will not be permitted re-entry

Staff have the right to refuse entry to anyone who is believed to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs and has the right to remove them at any time

Bottles, glasses, cans, sticks and any other blunt or pointed weapons are not permitted into the stadium

Flags must be no bigger than 2 metres by 1 metre.  No ‘crowdsurfers’ will be permitted

Flags or banners will be checked by FA Staff. Any that are displaying discriminative or provocative text or images will not be permitted into the stadium

Small bags (no bigger than an A4 piece of paper) are allowed in the stadium but will be subject to security checks

Please be aware that we expect supporters to be held back in the stadium at the end of the game. However, please listen to stadium announcements in case of any updates

For a full list of all prohibited items and stadium regulations, please click here

Key Contacts

If you need help, you can contact the British Consulate in Munich via email: ielts.plus@britishcouncil.de

The emergency services numbers are:

112 – Fire Service / ambulance or health emergencies

110 – police emergencies

Please note you do not need to enter in an area code when dialling these numbers

The Football Supporters Federation

As always, the Football Supporters Association will be present in the host city.  The Fans’ Embassy is situated at a designated location and is independent from The FA. It is available for supporters to visit and can provide help and advice surrounding matches.

Subject to securing official permission from local authorities in Munich, the Fans’ Embassy will be based at Odeonsplatz, in central Munich, around a 5-10 minute walk from Marienplatz.

They will be operating on the afternoon of Monday 6th June, and then on match day (Tuesday 7th June) from around 10:00 through to about 16:00.

Source: The Football Association