Polish FA confirm England fans will receive ticket refund for postponed match

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The Polish Football Association confirm that all England fans who bought a ticket to last night's postponed 2014 World Cup qualifier between Poland and the Three Lions will receive a refund.

The Polish Football Association have confirmed that all England supporters who had bought tickets to last night's postponed 2014 World Cup qualifier will get their money back.

Around 2,500 England fans arrived at the National Stadium in Warsaw last night to witness the Three Lions take on Poland, but due to a drenched pitch and failure to close the roof despite torrential rain, the clash was called off.

It has now been confirmed that England fans will be able to get their money back as long as they return their tickets to the offices at Wembley, who will then send the tickets back to the Polish FA, who will carry out a refund.

Meanwhile, England and Poland will take to the field in Warsaw this afternoon at 4pm.

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