Tickets for the 2018 World Cup in Russia are now on sale, for a limited time.
The first wave on tickets went on sale on Thursday, and will remain on sale until October 12.
Fans from the Home Nations can purchase three types of tickets, match specific, for stadiums or for teams.
Depending on demand for tickets, there could a random draw, before more tickets during the first phase become available from November 16-28.
Despite only eight teams qualifying for next summer’s finals so far, demand is expected to be high as fans prepare to flock to Russia next June.
The group stage draw for the World Cup will take place on Friday, December 1, with the second phase of tickets on sale on December 5, when it will become clear where and when their team will play.
Individual tickets for matches start at £79 up to £159 (apart from the opening match where hosts Russia kick off the tournament).
The cheapest team specific ticket – to see all three of England’s group games – is £263 while the most expensive TST7 to see every match including the final is £2,574.
There are cheaper categories for Russian residents with tickets for group games starting at £17.
Tickets for the final on July 15 for non-Russians start at £343 up to £829.
England can seal qualification by beating Slovenia at home on October 5 but Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland will all have to come through the playoffs for the top eight runners-up. The two-legged ties will be held between November 9-14.
Fans can apply for tickets on the FIFA website: http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/organisation/ticketing/index.html