Germany fail to sell ticket allocation for England friendly

Germany's midfielder Mesut Ozil celebrates scoring his side's 3rd goal during the FIFA 2014 World Cup Group C qualifying football match Germany vs Republic of Ireland in Cologne, western Germany on October 11, 2013
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Germany reportedly sell fewer than 1,000 tickets for Tuesday's friendly against England at Wembley.

Germany are reportedly not expecting much support during their friendly against England next week due to fans failing to snap up tickets.

The non-competitive clash on Tuesday will mark the final England match of the Football Association's 150th anniversary year.

While plenty of Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund fans lined the streets of London for last season's Champions League final, fewer than 1,000 tickets have been sold to watch the national team, according to the Daily Mail.

Despite the lack of German fans, the FA are said to be expecting a crowd of more than 80,000 in Wembley.

Miroslav Klose of SS Lazio celebrates after scoring the opening goal during the Serie A match between SS Lazio and Cagliari Calcio at Stadio Olimpico on October 27, 2013
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