Win tickets to watch England Lionesses at the Amex

England forward Rachel Daly in action. Picture by The FA
England forward Rachel Daly in action. Picture by The FA

The countdown to this summer’s 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup for Phil Neville’s Lionesses concludes in Brighton in June – and here’s your chance to be there.

The Brighton & Hove Independent has teamed up with The FA to offer readers the chance to win tickets for the eagerly-awaited England Senior Women’s international against New Zealand at Brighton & Hove Albion’s American Express Community Stadium on Saturday, June 1 (ko 1pm).

This will be the last chance to see the Lionesses in action on home soil before they head across the Channel for this summer’s showpiece tournament, which they kick-off eight days later against Scotland in Nice.

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: Name Lionesses head coach Phil Neville’s brother.

Send your answer, along with email and postal addresses and a mobile phone number, to steve.bailey@jpimedia.co.uk by 6pm on Sunday.

Normal JPIMedia competition rules apply.

The New Zealand clash is the final match of four ‘Road to France’ fixtures England are playing on home soil to give fans across the country the chance to see the Lionesses in action before the World Cup. Next up is Denmark at Walsall FC on May 25.

Neville, who steered England to their first-ever SheBelieves Cup success in the United States last month, 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.”

England’s other World Cup Group D matches are against Argentina in Le Havre on June 14 and Japan, again in Nice, on June 19.

Tickets for England v New Zealand are priced only £1 for concessions and £10 for adults. They are on sale now at www.thefa.com/lionessestickets

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