UEFA has put it on sale this Tuesday 1.2 million entries for fans around the world, who They can be requested until next day the 26th on the EURO2024.com/entradas platform. UEFA announced that at the end of that period the seats will be assigned through “a fair and transparent draw”, in which all applicants will have the same chances of success, regardless of when they request them, and that a second purchase period will open in collaboration with national federations after the competition draw on December 2.
More than 80% of the 2.7 million tickets that will be sold will be available to fans of the participating teams and to the general public. One million of the seats can be purchased for less than 60 euros and of these 270,000 they will have the cheapest price, €30. For the final there will be 10,000 tickets for less than €100 and the prices for the match that will decide the title will be €95, €300, €600 and €1,000, the most expensive.
A maximum of four tickets per game
Fans who do not get tickets in the October drawing will automatically enter the ‘Fans First’ program and they will be the first to be informed about the new availability, with an exclusive priority period to acquire them according to their initial classification therein. Applicants may request a maximum of four tickets per game; Only seats will be allocated for one match per day per applicant and disabled fans may also request the entry of a companion free of charge.
UEFA confirmed that a official resale platform to combat sales on the black market, through EURO2024.com/entradas and available in spring 2024. Euro 2024 in Germany will be held between June 14 and July 14 in ten cities, Berlin, Cologne, Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Dortmund, Leipzig, Gelsenkirchen, Stuttgart and Dusseldorf.