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How many have you attended? Where and who?

I have been 13 England games, all at the old Wembley. We won 10, draw 2 and lost 1. Three games included World Cup winners. I have also been to a handful of USA games, scattered all over America and South America.

Most of which have been friendlies.

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As with other people, I've never seen England live. While I want England to do well in competitions, I don't have the same emotional investment as I do for Notts, so wouldn't be willing to pay to go overseas to watch them (or even to Wembley to watch a friendly)


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@BradtheMiller @Dripsey3 @super_ram

I believe these three have seen international games, I know BradtheMiller watches the under 21's etc. I believe Dripsey has mentioned in the past he likes to watch international games, however I can't be certain because I might be muddling up his passion for discussing the contests. Cough up folks!

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I have watched England twice.


 


The first was against Sweden in 1959 when we lost 2-3 but I did get to see the great Brian Clough in one of his two internationals.


 


The second was against Scotland in the early 1980's. I remember the raucous Scottish fans, Trevor Francis' silky skills but little else.


 


I now have little interest in the national side or the Premier League,


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I have been to a handful of games, I watched some at the City Ground in 1996 but that was not England.


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No ,never been to a full international but I did go to Wembley to watch a schoolboy international game.This was about 1959 against(I think) Scotland I don't remember much except there were a lot of goals.


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I've seen England at Wembley, Old Trafford, Ethiad Stadium, Pride Park, Villa Park & Elland Road, & the U21's at Keepmoat Stadium, Oakwell & Pride Park.


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I've seen England at Wembley, Old Trafford, Ethiad Stadium, Pride Park, Villa Park & Elland Road, & the U21's at Keepmoat Stadium, Oakwell & Pride Park.

Which was the best game out of them?

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Regularly watched England Home and Away from 88 to 91, euro championships, Italy 90, qualifiers, friendlies, haven't watched them live or on TV since then.


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I tend to watch the important games on TV, I don't waste my time with the friendlies unless it's against a side I want to see.

I joined the fan scheme many moons ago, one of the benefits of that is the fact they offer reduced tickets for certain games. I may look into going to see a game at some stage in the future, perhaps something @Cobby, @Joe Jones and any other regulars may also be interested in?

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If you're at a loose end on Thursday & got transport, England U21s are playing Belarus U21s at Oakwell Barnsley before they play thisc summer in the European U21 Championship finals.


I'll be there as it's only £10 adults &£5 concessions. Chance to see some Prem stars like Jenkinson, Stones, Ings, Kane etc & should ease my summer footy abstinance


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