Ticket prices for the Ireland/England friendly in June are steep

It'll cost you to get into the Aviva to see England in June
It'll cost you to get into the Aviva to see England in June

It is the most eagerly anticipated Ireland friendly in Dublin in years but Irish fans are going to have to pay up to €90 to see England play in June.

June will see Ireland play two massive games at Aviva Stadium. On June 13, the Boys In Green will play Scotland in a crucial Euro 2016 qualifer. 

However, six days earlier, England will travel to Dublin for the first time since the infamous Lansdowne Road riot of 1995 to take on Martin O'Neill's side in a friendly.

But it has now emerged that it will cost fans more to go to the friendly than it will to go the competitive clash.

The FAI released details last night saying that Category B tickets for the England game will cost €70 and Category A tickets will set fans back an eye watering €90.

Similar tickets for the Scotland game will cost €50 and €70 respectively.

There were various bundles of tickets available for fans in recent months, from a trio involving the Poland friendly and the two June games to just the two matches in the summer but only single tickets are available now.

Children's tickets are priced at €20 for each game and premium level tickets are going for €120.