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Lionesses at Stadium MK - tickets now on general sale!

England to face Portugal at the home of MK Dons on Saturday 1 July...

12 June 2023

Tickets for the International friendly between England Women and Portugal Women, which will take place at Stadium MK, are now on general sale.

England’s final fixture on home soil before the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup will be a send-off match against Portugal at Stadium MK.

The Lionesses will welcome their fellow finalists to Milton Keynes on Saturday 1 July, four days before England head Down Under for the finals in Australia and New Zealand. Kick-off is at 3.15pm and the match will be broadcast live on ITV1.

England's meeting with Portugal will feature the squad that was announced by Sarina Wiegman last Wednesday to represent England at the tournament.

Tickets are available to buy on general sale, priced at £11 adults, £8.25 seniors/students and £5.50 under-16s. To book tickets CLICK HERE or visit the Box Office at Stadium MK. For hospitality options CLICK HERE!

England last played at Stadium MK in the Arnold Clark Cup this February, winning 4-0 against Korea Republic.

Portugal were the hosts when the teams last played each other on 8 October 2019 in Setubal, when Beth Mead struck the only goal of the game for the visitors. England also met Portugal in the EURO 2017 group stage in Tilburg, Netherlands - winning 2-1 thanks to Toni Duggan and Nikita Parris.

The last meeting in England was more than 21 years ago in a 2003 World Cup qualifier on 24 February 2002, when England won 3-0 in Portsmouth after a Kelly Smith double followed Fara Williams’ first international goal on her full debut.

Before the World Cup begins, England will take on Canada in a behind-closed-doors match on 14 July. In the finals, the Lionesses have been drawn in Group D and will take on Haiti (22 July, Brisbane), Denmark (28 July, Sydney) and PR China (1 August, Adelaide). Portugal are in Group E and meet Netherlands (23 July, Dunedin), Vietnam (27 July, Hamilton) and United States (1 August, Auckland).

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