England vs Iceland

COMPETITION: Win Tickets To Watch England v Iceland At Wembley!

It's our biggest ever giveaway and we'll be sending two lucky people to Wembley ahead of Euro 2024

Lincolnshire FA are incredibly excited to announce our latest competition to win two tickets to watch England vs Iceland at Wembley Stadium connected by EE, in the final international fixture for the Three Lions ahead of the summer's Euro 2024 tournament in Germany.

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Match Preview


England v Iceland

Men's International Match
7.45pm BST, Friday 7 June 2024
Wembley Stadium connected by EE


Iceland in profile

Nickname: Our Boys
Coach: Age Hareide
Captain: Aron Gunnarsson
FIFA World Cup best performance: Group stage (2018)
UEFA EURO best performance: Quarter-finals (2016)



The Three Lions have played Iceland at men's senior level on six occasions, registering four wins and drawing and losing once. The first meeting came in 1982 when the nations met in an international in Reykvavik which ended 1-1 after Paul Goddard scored a second-half equaliser under Ron Greenwood. 

Perhaps the most famous of our games came at UEFA EURO 2016, when Iceland knocked the Three Lions out of the competition in France thanks to a 2-1 win in Nice. 

Last three meetings v Iceland

England 4-0 Iceland, UEFA Nations League, 18 November 2020

There were first England goals for Phil Foden along with strikes from Declan Rice and Mason Mount in this UEFA Nations League clash at Wembley as the Three Lions ended their campaign with victory.

Iceland 0-1 England, UEFA Nations League, 5 September 2020

It took a last-minute penalty from Raheem Sterling to settle this game in Reykjavik, in what was the opening game of the 2021 UEFA Nations League.

England 1-2 Iceland, UEFA EURO 2016 round of 16, 27June 2016

A day to forget for the Three Lions, as they exited the EUROs at the first knockout stage in Nice in what proved to be Roy Hodgson's last game in charge.

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