Family enclosure tickets for the June 2 pre-World Cup friendly game between the Three Lions of England and the Super Eagles of Nigeria are sold out and this is official.
The family enclosure is an area of the stadium that is set aside specifically for families. It allows parents to bring their children there to sit with other families rather than with the general crowd as long as the children are 15 years old or younger.
Tickets for this area, according to the official website of Wembley Stadium, venue of the high-profile game, are no longer available.
The ticket prices for the family enclosure area are £20 for adults and £10 for children under-16, while regualr ticket prices for the game range from £35 to £70 and there are limited tickets available, according to the website. The England versus Nigeria match should provide an electric atmosphere within the stadium, with lots of support for both nations and a highly anticipated 5.15pm kick-off on Saturday, June 2.
goalless draw at the 2002 World Cup finals in Japan.