ENGLAND’S international football stars are set to play in Southampton this month – and you could win tickets to see the game.

Gareth Southgate’s side will take on Kosovo at St Mary’s Stadium on Tuesday, September 10, as they continue their qualifying campaign for next year’s European Championships.

It will the first time the Three Lions have played at St Mary’s in 17 years.

Ahead of the match, the Daily Echo has teamed up with official haircare partner of the England teams, the number one head anti-dandruff shampoo brand, Head & Shoulders, to offer readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the game.

Daily Echo:

There are 15 pairs to be won.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question:

Who is England’s current captain?

a) Raheem Stirling

b) Harry Kane

c) Jordan Pickford

Entries must be submitted to hs-competition@ketchum.com, with the competition set to close at noon on Thursday.

*Please note that the email address is correct but may currently be experiencing technical issues. If you are unsuccessful, then please try again later.

The prize includes two standard match tickets, with no travel or accommodation is provided.

As previously reported in the Echo, St Mary’s had its one and thus far only England international in October 2002, which resulted in a 2-2 draw with Macedonia, with David Beckham and Steven Gerrard scoring.

In the interim St Mary’s has hosted three England under-21 matches and an England Women’s fixture.

The Group A fixture will be the first competitive game England will have played away from Wembley since Old Trafford hosted a qualifier against Macedonia in October 2006.

It is part of the The FA’s plans to try and take the England team on the road again following the success of touring them around the country while Wembley was being rebuilt.

England played two games away from Wembley last year with friendlies at Elland Road and the King Power Stadium.

The Three Lions go into the upcoming international break at the top of the UEFA European Championship Qualifying Group A with two wins from two.

In March, England kicked off their campaign with a 5-0 home win against the Czech Republic, followed by a 5-1 win away in Montenegro.

Before hosting Kosovo at St Mary’s next Tuesday, the Three Lions will play Bulgaria at Wembley on Saturday.

Krasimir Balakov’s side are second bottom of the group, with two draws and two defeats from their opening four games.