UEFA opens ticket applications for EURO 2024 tournament

UEFA said that over 1.2m tickets will be available through the application process.

UEFA has opened applications for tickets to the EURO 2024 tournament.

The initial window opened on October 3 and will be open until Thursday, October 26.

Fans across the globe will be able to apply for tickets with UEFA confirming that over 1.2 million will be made available through the system.

They are not allocated on a first come first served basis with every applicant having the same chance of securing them.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JUNE 20: Scotland's Callum McGregor celebrates after making it 1-0 during a UEFA Euro 2024 qualifier between Scotland and Georgia at Hampden Park, on June 20, 2023, in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Craig Williamson / SNS Group)SNS Group

This new system means that more than 80% of the total 2.7 million tickets will be for the fans and the general public.

Tournament director, Philipp Lahm, said:”With ticketing sales starting today, German Unity Day, we are giving everyone the opportunity to be part of UEFA EURO 2024 in the stadiums.

“With a great football tournament and a multitude of activities in the run-up and during UEFA EURO 2024 in the heart of Europe we will celebrate Europe, its great people, values and the sport that brings us all together and keeps us united.

“With the unifying force of football we can strengthen the sense of unity and the European idea in Germany and beyond,” he said.

The tournament is set to kick off in Munich on June 14, 2024 with the final being held in berlin on July 14, 2024.

How to apply for EURO 2024 tickets

Fans across the globe are being given the same opportunity to apply through the official UEFA ticketing platform.

Applicants can apply for a maximum of four tickets per match, and tickets will only be allocated for one match per day.

Fans who are unsuccessful in the October application process will be notified about new ticket availability according to their ranking in the lottery.

UEFA confirmed that these tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.

How much do tickets cost?

270,000 tickets will be available for €30 with one million tickets priced at less than €60.

For the final, 10,000 tickets will be available for less than €100.

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