UEFA EURO 2024 tickets

UEFA Euro 2024: All you need to know about buying tickets

The highly anticipated UEFA Euro 2024 kicks off in Germany with the hosts taking on Scotland in the curtain-raiser on June 14. Given how prestigious the tournament is, there’s always a huge demand for tickets, and this edition of the tournament also saw them being sold out in the millions.’

The first phase of ticket sales was held from October 3, 2023, to October 26, 2023, on the ticket page of UEFA’s official website. Fans who won the lottery, by acquiring the tickets, were informed on November 14, 2023. The second phase of ticket sales began a few weeks later, on December 3, 2023, but this time, they were available on national federation portals for sides that had qualified.

Co-incidentally, the second phase of ticket sales took place on the same day as the draws for the group stages were made.

How to buy UEFA EURO 2024 tickets?

The third and final phase of ticket sales went live in March 2024 and continued until April 2024, when the tickets for the last three nations that qualified for the championship went on sale. Now, will there be more opportunities to buy tickets, especially for the fans who are waiting for last-minute sales?

According to UEFA’s official website, the tickets that were released on May 2, 2024, in the last-minute sale have been sold out. However, if tickets become available in the future, the relevant information will be published on EURO2024.com/tickets.

The first phase of ticket sales for UEFA EURO 2024 is already over. Fans could apply for tickets to all matches from October 3 to October 26, 2023, on uefa.com/euro2024/ticketing. Successful applicants will be chosen by lottery and notified on November 14, 2023.

The second phase starts on December 2, 2023, along with the official draw for EURO 2024. Tickets will be available through national federation portals for the 21 teams that have already qualified.

The third and final phase ended in March and April 2024. During this phase, UEFA released tickets for fans of the last three teams that qualified through the UEFA Nations League playoffs and for a general sale through UEFA Portal.

  • First ticket phase – October 3-24 2023
  • Second ticket phase – December 2 2023
  • Third ticket phase – March-April 2024

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UEFA EURO 2024 Ticket Portals

UEFA Euro 2024 TeamsTicket Portal Link
GermanyTicket Portal
AlbaniaTicket Portal
BelgiumTicket Portal
Austria Ticket Portal
CroatiaTicket Portal
Czech RepublicTicket Portal
DenmarkTicket Portal
EnglandTicket Portal
FranceTicket Portal
HungaryTicket Portal
ItalyTicket Portal
NetherlandsTicket Portal
PortugalTicket Portal
RomaniaTicket Portal
ScotlandTicket Portal
SerbiaTicket Portal
SlovakiaTicket Portal
SloveniaTicket Portal
SpainTicket Portal
SwitzerlandTicket Portal
TurkeyTicket Portal
Table: Country-wise UEFA Euro 2024 Tickets Portal

When do EURO 2024 tickets go on sale?

The first sales phase for EURO 2024 tickets took place in October 2023. The second phase occurred in December 2023, and the third phase happened in March and April 2024 for fans of the qualified teams

How do I buy cheap EURO 2024 tickets?

Fans can buy cheap tickets for EURO 2024 fixtures at StubHub

How to get EURO 2024 fan pass?

You can find the Fan Pass on the UEFA official tournament app. The 36-hour ticket is shown only during its 36-hour validity and disappears once it expires.

How much is an Euro 2024 final ticket?

Euro 2024 ticket prices for the Final game are €95 for Fan First, with categories for Category One at €300, Category Two at €600, and Category Three at €1,000

Are Euro 2024 tickets sold out?

Yes! Euro 2024 tickets have been sold out, but fans without a ticket can still watch the matches at fan parks in the host cities.

Germany looking to end 28-year wait for European glory on home turf

As a unified nation, Germany won the Euros back in 1996. Since then, they’ve reached the finals just once – in 2008, where Spain got the better of them. Now with the championship is back on their home turf after 36 years, Die Mannschaft will be eager to end the drought and bring the cup home.

However, it won’t be easy, given their drop-off since winning the 2014 FIFA World Cup. In their last three major tournaments, Germany have not progressed beyond the round of 16. It will take a Herculean performance from the side to go all the way, especially with talented sides like France, Portugal, and England as the top favorites right now.

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