The Football Association has suspended the sales of tickets of Euro 2016 Qualifiers with Switzerland due to a reported tube strike.
England takes on Switzerland on September 8 as Euro 2016 Qualifiers but RMT has announced strike on 8th and on 10th.
The FA announced that they have taken this temporary move to make sure that the travel providers can bring the ticket holders to the stadium.
There was a similar incident when England hosted women’s football friendly in the Wembley Stadium. Among 10000 of 55000 were left chaotic as they could not get to their seats to witness the match due to strikes from workers.
Most of the tickets are already sold but FA has not revealed how many tickets are still available for Switzerland game.
It has been suggested by many fans on social media that FA should move the game to other stadiums which will be free due to international breaks.
Meanwhile, England captain Wayne Rooney will be looking forward toward this fixture as he is only one goal to level up with Sir Bobby Charlton in terms of goals and two to be named England’s top goal scorer of all time. He is also four goals behind to beat Denis Law’s 273 goals for Manchester United.
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