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This is how you get tickets for Euro 2024

This is how you get tickets for Euro 2024

UEFA has launched the second phase of Euro 2024 ticket sales, and fans of the 20 qualifying teams and host country Germany can now apply to participate in next summer’s tournament.

Euro 2024 will be held in ten German host cities, and more than 80% of the 2.7 million tickets will be available to fans of the participating teams and the general public. Following a successful first sales phase with over 20 million ticket orders, further details about Euro 2024 have been announced. The second sales phase begins after the final round draw takes place on 2 December 2023.

Optimized ticket allocation for teams and fans

Based on feedback from previous European Championships, ticket allocation has been improved. A specific number of tickets are reserved for each participating national team, regardless of stadium capacity. This expanded ticket pool is available directly to fans of the respective teams. There is no specific time for the sales phase, but rather it depends on the timetable set by each national association. This allows optimal regulation and fair conditions for the masses.

Distribution and application information is transparent

Distribution will be carried out in accordance with the guidelines of the national federations that regulate sales to their fans. Detailed information about each national team on EURO2024.com/tickets available. Fans who do not favor a specific team can apply via a public draw at EURO2024.com/tickets until 14 December 2023 at 2:00pm CET.

Including offers and more information

Disabled tickets are offered in the cheapest category (“Fans First”), regardless of seating in the stadium. More information about tickets for the three finalists of the European Qualifiers will be announced after the matches on 21 and 26 March 2024. Tickets for the knockout stages will be sold during the tournament once the teams’ qualification for the matches has been secured.

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