Tickets in hot demand with 4.5 million requests in the first week of the windowDespite the strong demand, fans are encouraged to apply for tickets on euro2020.com/tickets before the 12 July deadline
Monday, June 24, 2019
There is a great demand for tickets to UEFA EURO 2020 matches with UEFA reporting that there were 4.5 million requests from 190 countries after the applications window 14:00 CEST on 12 June
One of the main objectives of the tournament in its 60th year is to bring the UEFA European Championship closer to fans than ever before with 12 host cities across Europe.
Eight capital cities will host matches and there are eleven venues with capacities over 50,000 which means a record availability of 3 million tickets for the competition.
Fans are encouraged to apply for tickets on euro2020.com/tickets before the deadline of 12 July. This first sales window offers the best chance to get tickets for UEFA EURO 2020.
As part of the Fans First programme for EURO 2020, tickets that aren’t paid for in the first sales window will exclusively be offered to those who were unsuccessful in their initial applications.
To help fans gauge demand for tickets and to make their own decisions, UEFA has published demand indicators on euro2020.com/tickets. On the ticketing portal, fans can see the ticket categories and the levels of demand for different fixtures. Every candidate will have the same chance of success regardless of when applications are made between 12 June and 12 July 2019. Should demand exceed supply, tickets will be assigned via a random and transparent draw to be held at the end of July 2019. Fans will know their application status later in the middle of August.
As with previous editions, the most in-demand fixture is the final which will be played at Wembley on 12 July 2020.
Categories and ticket prices
Prices are divided into three categories and the host cities are also split into two clusters which reflect local purchasing power. Cluster A includes Amsterdam, Bilbao, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome and St Petersburg while Cluster B consists of Baku, Bucharest and Budapest.
Price categories will apply for the entire tournament. As a result, tickets for the quarter-final in Baku are cheaper than those for the quarter-finals in Munich, Rome and St Petersburg. Prices start from 30 Euros for cities in Cluster B and 50 Euros for cities in Cluster A.