HERE’S your chance to see Solihull-born Karen Carney and Birmingham City Women stars Lucy Staniforth and Ellen White in England action as they countdown to this summer’s 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France.
We’ve teamed up with The FA to offer readers the chance to win tickets for the Lionesses’ international against Denmark at Walsall’s Banks’s Stadium on Saturday, May 25 (KO 1pm).
We have three family tickets, which each include two adult and two junior tickets, up for grabs.
To be in with a chance of winning, answer the following question:
Q. Name Lionesses head coach Phil Neville’s brother.
To enter, email the answer, along with contact details and ‘England Tickets’ as the subject title, to [email protected]
The deadline for entries is April 24.
Coming hot on the heels of last month’s first-ever SheBelieves Cup triumph in the USA, the Denmark clash is the third of four ‘Road to France’ fixtures England are playing on home soil, giving fans across the country the chance to see the Lionesses in action before the World Cup.
Neville said: “This is a huge year for my players and staff. Every single day spent working at St. George’s Park is with the World Cup in mind.
“We are going to France with the aim of making the country proud.”
Tickets for England v Denmark are priced only £1 for concessions and £10 for adults, and are on sale now at www.thefa.com/lionessestickets