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The Three Lions will visit Dublin for the first time since February 1995 when they play an end-of-season friendly at the Aviva Stadium

The Football Association of Ireland has confirmed that the Republic of Ireland will host England in an international friendly on June 7, 2015.

England have not played in Dublin since February 1995, when a friendly between the two sides was abandoned due to crowd trouble at Lansdowne Road. The two sides played at Wembley in May 2013, with Shane Long scoring the opener before Frank Lampard netted an equaliser for the hosts.

The England friendly was announced as part of the FAI's 2014/15 season ticket package, as part of a six-game deal which also allows fans to attend the 2014 FAI Cup final free of charge. The season ticket goes on sale on April 8, and starts at €54 for children and €138 for adults.

The season ticket covers the England match, Euro 2016 home qualifiers with Gibraltar in October 2014, Poland in March 2015, Scotland in June 2015, as well as two other friendly games.

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