Tickets are still available for the Three Lions' meetings with France and Sweden, though there will be a full house for their clash with co-hosts Ukraine
The Three Lions' clashes with France and Sweden have failed to sell out, however, their meeting with co-hosts Ukraine has done so.
Despite the news, Uefa president Michel Platini is confident that every single game at the tournament will have a capacity crowd.
He said: "The stadia are sold out apart from four matches. It takes some time and has been a bit slow for some matches in Ukraine - including England v France.
"But we have no concerns that the stadia will be completely full to the rafters."
England have been drawn into Group D for this summer's competition in Poland and Ukraine, which will be the last with a 16-team format.
The 2016 edition of the competition, set to be hosted by France, will feature 24 teams.