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2021 World Cup Qualifier England v Hungary

England v Hungary is a group stage match to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar 2022. Please note this is for a premium sports hospitality package and not a ticket only product.

This will be an excellent opportunity to see England’s young, exciting talent on show and hopefully there will be momentum from the rescheduled Euro 2020 tournament in the summer.

Join Engage in our ICON Club at Wembley, which ensures both unparalleled views, and the VIP treatment that all guests can expect. Avoid the rush with pre- and post-match hospitality. Experience better with Engage ICON Club.

12th Oct 2021 Wembley

2021 World Cup Qualifier England v Hungary

12th Oct 2021
Package ICON Club
Price POA. For details, please call 02070 48 48 48
Ticket Multiple
Details
  • Soak up all the pre-match atmosphere from Engage ICON, Wembley’s premier pitch viewing restaurant
  • Welcome Champagne reception
  • Complimentary bar 3 hours prior to the match during and 1 hour post-match
  • Superb 3 course grazing pre-match meal with selected wines
  • Half time drinks and food
  • Guest appearance by football legends
  • Accommodation arrangements by Engage Concierge
 

Product Description

England v Hungary

England v Hungary, to be played at Wembley on Tuesday 12th October 2021, is an exciting World Cup qualifier at the home of football.

The match is part of the World Cup qualifying group for Qatar in 2022. The group contains of Poland, Hungary, Albania, Andorra and San Marino. England will be hoping to have a prosperous, rescheduled Euro 2020 and go into the rest of 2021 in good form and high spirits.

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar is scheduled for the winter and will be destructive to the majority of leagues in Europe and around the world. Hungary will be one of Englands more difficult tasks on paper but England will be expected to put on a show at Wembley Stadium and beat them convincingly.

This is a brilliant chance to see some of England’s young, exciting attacking talent on show as currently the options for Gareth Southgate in attack are endless. This list could be far longer, but the likes of Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, Raheem Sterling, Jadon Sancho, Phil Foden, James Maddison, Jack Grealish, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Mason Mount, Harvey Barnes, Bakayo Saka and more will be fighting for three, four or five starting places.

What happened in the last World Cup?

It seems like a lifetime ago but England captured the nation in 2018 with a strong showing at the World Cup in Russia. England and Belgium qualified from Group G before embarking on an exciting knockout run that propelled them into the semi finals, the first since in a major tournament since 1990.

After beating Colombia on penalties (finally) in the last 16, England swept aside Sweden in the quarters before a semi-final battle against Croatia. Modric and Rakitic dominated the midfield and although Trippier’s memorable free kick gave England the lead, Croatia deservedly won the tie in extra time as England faltered. The final was also an incredible spectacle in Moscow as Mbappe truly announced himself on the world stage, helping Les Blues to a 4-2 win and their second World Cup in history

Harry Kane secured the golden boot in Russia with 6 goals, which also got him in the team of the tournament.

Enjoy an unrivalled experience with Engage ICON at Wembley. Soak up all the pre-match atmosphere from our Suite within Wembley’s premier pitch viewing restaurant. Enjoy a welcome champagne reception, complimentary bar 3 hours prior to the match, during and 1 hour post-match. A superb 3 course grazing pre-match buffet will be available, along with half time drinks and food. Engage Guests will relish appearances by football legends who in the past have included John Motson, Andrew Cole, Quentin Fortune, Michael Duberry.