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Euro 2024 ticket resale: How to access the UEFA portal

The Uefa Euro 2024 ticket resale portal is a safe way for football fans to purchase tickets that have been offered up for sale by other supporters. 

The official resale platform is the only authorised platform to resell tickets for Euro 2024. Uefa advises that buying tickets by any other method means that fans run the risk of their tickets being invalid when they arrive at the stadium turnstiles. 

Up until now, there have been several opportunities for fans who wish to sell their tickets to list them on the resale platform. As of April 16, all ticket resale windows have now been closed, meaning that there is no more opportunity for fans to sell unwanted tickets. 

That said, Uefa rules state that tickets can be transferred to friends or family only.

When can I access the Euro 2024 ticket resale portal?

The final window for buying resale tickets opened on May 2nd and all 100,000 tickets sold out within hours. UEFA still have the portal open, so it is worth keep checking back.


Why do fans have to wait for the Euro 2024 ticket resale portal to open?

UEFA have stated that the reason for opening the resale platform in pre-defined time slots is to avoid fans having to constantly check for new ticket availability.

Tickets will be offered on a first come, first served basis. 

How many tickets can I buy on the Euro 2024 ticket resale portal?

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

It’s possible that individual nations will offer resale tickets for their own matches, and for that reason it’s worth checking the websites of the teams concerned. 

How can I get hospitality tickets for Euro 2024?

There are various different hospitality packages available for Euro 2024, although some matches have decreasing availability. 

Prices start from €999, but be prepared to pay more for the opening match, more ‘glamorous’ fixtures and the knockout rounds. 

If you’d like to book a hospitality package for the semi-final, prices start from €3,900 and for the final you’ll be looking at a minimum price of €5,900. 

Available categories are named as follows: Platinum, Prestige, Club, Skybox, Club Skybox, Skybox Social.

You can opt for a single match hospitality package, or you can choose to watch every game in one out of the ten host stadiums

Prices for these packages start from €4,230 to watch all four games in Gelsenkirchen or Leipzig and go up to €10,820 to watch every game at the Olympiastadion in Berlin. 

If you want to follow a particular team, there is also a hospitality package for you. Scotland fans can watch all of their group games in a club package for €4,900, while England fans will pay a little less at a minimum of €3,750. 

If you can’t see what you want straight away, UEFA do have a form on the website you can fill in to create a custom hospitality package, although you should expect to pay a premium for this service. 

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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