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Euro 2024 tickets went on sale for a second time on 2 December 2023, just after the official EURO 2024 draw was made in Germany.
The first public ticket sales period was completed on 26 October. However, there is plenty more opportunity to get your tickets and all the information you need to know is below in this regularly updated guide on the fan-led, fan-focused Football Ground Guide…
When will Euro 2024 tickets go on sale?
The initial public sale date of Euro 2024 tickets – 3 October – was a significant one. As the official date of German reunification in 1990, 3 October is German Unity Day, or, in German, “Tag der Deutschen Einheit.”
This fits in with the tournament's overall purpose. The motto “United by football” has been stated several times.
Fans originally had the period of Tuesday 3 October to Thursday 26 October to apply for the Euro 2024 tickets ballot.
The next window to buy Euro 2024 tickets is from 2 December 2023.
Euro 2024 tickets: What's the process and ballot details?
Fans can get themselves ready for the next window by pre-registering for an account on the UEFA website. To get Euro 2024 tickets, you must register for a free UEFA account at UEFA.com.
This second sales window for Euro 2024 tickets is taking place after the final draw on 2 December, with a further window after the play-offs in March/April 2024.
It's important to note how the process will work if fans are successful in the ticket lottery.
“Your application could be entirely successful, partially successful or not successful at all,” UEFA states. This means if a fan applies for three games, they could be successful for zero, one, two or three of these games.
If a fan is successful in the Euro 2024 tickets lottery, they will have to pay for every match for which they have been successful. They cannot remove a ticket they have been successful for. So, in short, be careful how many games you apply for because you don't want to be left with the choice of paying thousands for 20 games or receiving no tickets at all.
As for the 2 December ticket sales, these are determined by the respective associations whose nations have qualified for EURO 2024 already. So, you'll likely have to be a member of the Football Association in England, Germany, Austria, France or wherever, and each association will have its own processes for ticket sales.
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How do I know who's playing where?
Well, we now know after the 2 December draw was made. Fans buying tickets in the first stage of the ticket application process could only base their applications on the stadiums and the dates.
England and Scotland fans can now buy their tickets for specific games, knowing the Three Lions' group stage matches will be played in Gelsenkirchen, Frankfurt and Cologne and the Tartan Army are headed first to Munich and then Cologne and Stuttgart.
England's fixtures at EURO 2024 are as follows:
Sunday 16 June: Serbia vs England – Gelsenkirchen, (20:00 BST)
Thursday 20 June: Denmark sv England – Frankfurt (17:00 BST)
Tuesday 25 June: England vs Slovenia – Cologne (20:00 BST)
And these are Scotland's fixtures at EURO 2024:
Friday 14 June: Germany vs Scotland – Munich (20:00 BST)
Wednesday 19 June: Scotland vs Switzerland – Cologne (20:00 BST)
Sunday 23 June: Scotland vs Hungary – Stuttgart (20:00 BST)
How much will Euro 2024 tickets cost?
Euro 2024 tickets vary in price from €30 to €1,000 with significant variation caused by two factors: seat location and match importance.
- Seat location: In general, tickets closer to the pitch and in the side stands are more expensive. There are tickets reserved behind both goals reserved for fans of the teams involved which are kept significantly cheaper than others. These will be as cheap as €30 for group stage fixtures.
- Match importance: The opening match will be more expensive than the other group stage fixtures, while ticket prices increase steadily between the group stages and the final, at which the cheapest ticket will €95, more than three times the price of the cheapest ticket in the group stages.
You can find a full breakdown of Euro 2024 tickets price in the image below, provided by UEFA.
Key Euro 2024 dates and schedule
When does Euro 2024 start?
Euro 2024 kicks off on 14 June 2024 at the iconic Allianz Arena in Munich.
When is the Euro 2024 final?
The final of the 2024 European Championships will be on a month after the opening game on 14 July 2024. The host stadium is Berlin's Olympiastadion, which has a rich history of major sporting events, from Jesse Owens at the 1936 Olympic Games through to Zinedine Zidane's headbutt in the 2006 FIFA World Cup final against Italy.
Other host cities for Euro 2024
While the Olympiastadion in Berlin will be the EURO 2024 final stadium, other cities and their stadiums across Germany will also host matches:
Cologne: Cologne Stadium (47,000)
Dortmund: BVB Stadion Dortmund (66,000)
Dusseldorf: Düsseldorf Arena (47,000)
Frankfurt: Frankfurt Arena (48,000)
Gelsenkirchen: Arena AufSchalke (50,000)
Hamburg: Volksparkstadion Hamburg (50,000)
Leipzig: Leipzig Stadium (42,000)
Munich: Munich Football Arena (67,000)
Stuttgart: Stuttgart Arena (54,000)
EURO 2024 fixtures, dates and stadium
Germany vs Scotland (Munich, 21:00)
Spain vs Croatia (Berlin, 18:00)
Italy vs Albania (Dortmund, 21:00)
Hungary vs Switzerland (Cologne, 15:00)
Serbia vs England (Gelsenkirchen, 21:00)
Play-off winner A vs Netherlands (Hamburg, 15:00)
Slovenia vs Denmark (Stuttgart, 18:00)
Austria vs France (Düsseldorf, 21:00)
Belgium vs Slovakia (Frankfurt, 18:00)
Romania vs Play-off winner B (Munich, 15:00)
Portugal vs Czechia (Leipzig, 21:00)
Türkiye vs Play-off winner C (Dortmund, 18:00)
Croatia vs Albania (Hamburg, 15:00)
Scotland vs Switzerland (Cologne, 21:00)
Germany vs Hungary (Stuttgart, 18:00)
Spain vs Italy (Gelsenkirchen, 21:00)
Denmark vs England (Frankfurt, 18:00)
Slovenia vs Serbia (Munich, 15:00)
Play-off winner A vs Austria (Berlin, 18:00)
Netherlands vs France (Leipzig, 21:00)
Slovakia vs Play-off winner B (Düsseldorf, 15:00)
Play-off winner C vs Czechia (Hamburg, 15:00)
Türkiye vs Portugal (Dortmund, 18:00)
Belgium vs Romania (Cologne, 21:00)
Switzerland vs Germany (Frankfurt, 21:00)
Scotland vs Hungary (Stuttgart, 21:00)
Croatia vs Italy (Leipzig, 21:00)
Albania vs Spain (Düsseldorf, 21:00)
Netherlands vs Austria (Berlin, 18:00)
France vs Play-off winner A (Dortmund, 18:00)
England vs Slovenia (Cologne, 21:00)
Denmark vs Serbia (Munich, 21:00)
Czechia vs Türkiye (Hamburg, 21:00)
Play-off winner C vs Portugal (Gelsenkirchen, 21:00)
Slovakia vs Romania (Frankfurt, 18:00)
Play-off winner B vs Belgium (Stuttgart, 18:00)