Win tickets to see England under-21s at bet365


International football returns to Stoke City for the first time in 18 years next month when Aidy Boothroyd’s side bid to extend their perfect start to UEFA European Championship qualifying.

The Young Lions entertain Andorra at the bet365 Stadium on Thursday, March 26 (ko 19:45) aiming to make it five wins out of five and further cement their place at the Group Three summit.

And here’s your chance to see the likes of Stoke-on-Trent-born Bournemouth keeper Aaron Ramsdale, Phil Foden and Rhian Brewster in action as Boothroyd’s boys bid to move a step closer to securing a place at next year’s finals in Hungary and Slovenia.

We have two family tickets – each includes four tickets – to giveaway for the Young Lions’ eagerly-awaited return to Staffordshire.

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Head over to our StaffsUniJournalism social medias listed below and share/retweet our competition post. We’ll be picking two winners at random on March 10th.

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Tickets are on sale now, with a £10 early-bird offer for adults (standard adult tickets are £15) if purchased before midnight on Sunday, February 16. Under-18 tickets are just £1 while over-65s are £5. Discounts are also available to Stoke City season-ticket holders.

The Andorra match is part of a double-header of home qualifiers, with England facing Turkey at Turf Moor in Burnley four days later.

Boothroyd said: “I’m really pleased with the start to our qualifying campaign. We’re now playing at two great stadiums, clubs with fantastic support and we hope people come and get behind us. Andorra are a well-organised team and will be difficult to break down, which is a good challenge for our players.”

England host Andorra in a 2021 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifier at Stoke City on Thursday, March 26 (ko 19:45). Tickets, starting from just £1, are on sale at

Terms & conditions:

-Travel and accommodation not included


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