We are aware that some members have 'water damaged' tickets, the Poland FA are working on a solution, which will be confirmed tomorrow AM.From @englandfans on Twitter:
England fans are waiting to see if their rain-soaked tickets are valid for tomorrow's re-arranged fixture against Poland.
Fan David Gray travelled to Warsaw for the game but his ticket was destroyed in the heavy rainfall which led to the fixture being cancelled.
Thanks to the England fans who came tonight. Sorry we couldn't come out of the tunnel to see you but we all really appreciate your support.From @WayneRooney on Twitter:
Latest from Poland FA, tickets issued for tonight's match will be valid for tomorrow, more details to follow.From @englandfans on Twitter:
FIFA has confirmed that the England v Poland match in Warsaw will be played tomorrow afternoon:
With torrential rain falling in the hours leading up to kick-off rendering the pitch unplayable, officials had no option but to eventually call the game off after a number of inspections.
According to Article 19, paragraph 7 of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Regulations, the postponed match is to take place on the following day.
Also, both teams may alter their start list as the match had not commenced.
England's World Cup qualifier against Poland will be played in Warsaw at 4pm on Wednesday.
England's World Cup qualifier against Poland has been called off in Warsaw because of a waterlogged pitch. For more coverage visit ITV Sport.