Club. England men's game at St. James' Park sold out - but limited hospitality remains

29 May 24

England's UEFA EURO 2024 warm-up match against Bosnia & Herzegovina at St. James' Park next month has sold out - although limited hospitality tickets still remain.

St. James' Park hosts the game - which could see Kieran Trippier and Anthony Gordon line up for the Three Lions at their home stadium - as part of their preparations for this summer's tournament, with the match taking place on Monday, 3rd June at 7.45pm BST.

Some hospitality remains on sale, with bookings taken up until Wednesday - please email [email protected] for a call back on Tuesday.

It will be England men's first fixture at St. James' Park since 2005 - a 2-0 FIFA World Cup qualifying victory over Azerbaijan - and their eighth outing overall on Tyneside.

Before that, England's Lionesses will make a first-ever visit to St. James' Park later this month as part of their defence of the UEFA European Women's Championship.

History will be made on Friday, 31st May as the Lionesses head to Tyneside to host France (kick off 8:00pm BST) as part of their UEFA Women's EURO 2025 qualifying campaign.

Tickets are selling well, but remain on general sale here. There are a limited number of tickets seated in the Platinum Club (Ticket Plus), available from from 12pm BST on Wednesday, 29th May, priced at £59 for adults and £39 for under-16s, over-65s and full-time students.

Tickets will be in digital format and are subject to a £1.50 booking fee per transaction. Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult in the Platinum Club.

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