14 February 2020
EURO 2020--Pellegrini and Immobile on how on EURO 2020 will be unique, application deadline on 12 JulyThe Azzurri players hope to play at the Stadio Olimpico. First ticket window ends on 12 July
Friday, July 5, 2019
“Live it for real,” is UEFA’s slogan for the next European Championship which will be the first not hosted by a single country in what is the 60th anniversary of the tournament. With eleven months to go, the first sales window will come to a close on Friday 12 July.
There is no need to make any financial commitments at this stage where fans can simply register their interest in tickets which will then be allocated via a ballot. The odds of being successful are equal regardless of when the application was made in the window. The only site from which to apply for tickets is https://euro2020.tickets.uefa.com.
Rome is one of the twelve host cities and then the opening fixture will be there soon Friday 12 June. Two more group stages on Wednesday 17 and Sunday 21 June will also be in Rome along with a quarter-quarter-final on Saturday 4 July. Prices range from a minimum of 50 Euros to a maximum of 225.
After four wins from four, Italy are top of the qualifying group and excited about the possibility of playing at the Stadio Olympic in EURO 2020. As a player who grew up in Cinecittà, it will be special for my friends and family. Having grown up here, personal relationships are what I think of first before all the monuments. I understood that those coming from elsewhere will be open-open-mouthed when seeing this city.”
Don’t waste time and apply for tickets before the deadline of 12 July. “Rome is a magnificent city and we’ll do everything to make sure the show on the pitch lives up to it.”
There’s also the disappointment at not qualifying for the last World Cup to get over. Adopted son of Rome Ciro Immobile explains. “We’re still disappointed but we need to transform that into anger that we can use on the pitch so that we can do what the fans ask of us and that’s to do well at the EUROs. Win it and we can make those fans who are still disappointed happy."
The Lazio forward continued: “I ask the fans to believe in us, to be proud of us and what we’re doing. Together, we can achieve what we all want.”