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How to buy Euro 2024 Denmark vs England tickets

With the Three Lions set to kick off their summer tournament soon, fans may be wondering how to buy Euro 2024 Denmark vs England tickets on 20th June. 

Seats at the Deutsche Bank Park (Waldstadion) are of course in high demand, and all official tickets for this match have sold out. 

Yet not all hope is lost for those wanting to attend the fixture, as our handy guide explains. 

How to buy Euro 2024 Denmark vs England tickets

The only official way to buy regular tickets for this game is via the Euro 2024 ticket resale portal. Fans who wanted to sell their tickets had until the deadline of 16th April to officially give up tickets that had been allocated to them, with the portal set to open to buyers on May 2nd.


It’s worth keeping a close eye on the ticket portal as tickets will be offered on a first come, first served basis, and last time was kept open for just 24 hours. 

We know that the last ticket resale window opened in March, and demand vastly outweighed the supply of tickets, so it’s also wise to be prepared to wait in a queue on the site. 

A maximum of 12 tickets can be purchased on the resale portal, with a limit of four tickets per individual match. 

Prices for the group stage are cheaper than the knockout rounds, starting as low as €30 (£26) rising to €400 (£343) for the most expensive seats.

Other methods of obtaining tickets for Denmark vs England 

Fans can of course, look to resale sites to try to obtain tickets for this highly sought-after game. 

That said, this is an unofficial means of buying tickets which is unregulated and therefore a risk. 

A quick search on website SeatPick was showing single seats available starting at £417 for a Category 3 ticket. Category 1 resale tickets start from £549 at the time of writing.

There is also an option on this site to track prices of tickets for each fixture you are interested in, and supporters will be notified whether the cost of seats is going up or down.

This site does also advertise a 100% money back guarantee but nevertheless, we advise that you proceed with extreme caution if you buy a ticket via these methods.

How to buy Euro 2024 Denmark vs England tickets in hospitality

Hospitality tickets for this match are still available and start from €1500 per person for this match excluding VAT. This price will give you a Club Village package, which is located outside and includes street food snacks served before and after the match. 

For a more traditional hospitality package for this game, the cheapest price available would have you selecting the Club Skybox option, priced at €2000 per person. 

There are packages available at various price tiers, rising to an incredible €30,000 for a private Sky Box and fine dining experience. 

Fanzones in England

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Those staying at home don’t have to miss out on the atmosphere. Fanzones will be available all over the country during the tournament. 

For example, the 4TF (For the fans) Fanzones have confirmed that they will have events for Euro 2024 in Aberdeen, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Glasgow, Hastings, Leeds, London (x2), as well as Manchester and Newcastle. 

Food, drink and big screens will of course be on hand to enhance the viewing experience. 

Tickets are expected to be in high demand for these events, so it’s wise to register on the site if you wish to attend. 

There is also a huge fan park experience coming to Sheffield named Fan City, located at Devonshire Green. The capacity for this event is 4,000 and is billed as a family friendly fan zone. The park will be open throughout the tournament but the organisers recommend pre-booking for England games. 

If you’re in the Nottingham area, a fan park described as the biggest in the Midlands is available to register for here.

Chloe Digby

An experienced freelance football writer, editor and podcaster, Chloe has worked for Forbes, the Guardian, the BBC, Mundial Magazine, FourFourTwo Magazine the iPaper, OneFootball, Tortoise Media and many more. Chloe has been a regular at Stockport County since 1995 and also follows Fiorentina. She is an expert on fan culture, having traveled all over England and Italy watching football.

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