UEFA EURO 2020 tickets out for sale


Tickets can only be purchased on euro2020.com/tickets.

Tickets to the matches of UEFA EURO 2020 are on sale as of today. The reason the second stage of ticket sales started on this date is because the tournament groups and the host cities, where the teams are going to play, only became known after the draw held on November 30.

Fans will be able to apply for tickets to UEFA EURO 2020 matches only through the www.euro2020.com/tickets website from December 4, 17:00, until December 18, 17:00.  Note that, if the number of applicants for tickets to each match exceeds the number of tickets issued for sale, the tickets will be sold through the lottery system. Winners of the lottery will get their tickets by making payment after receiving an email notification. If the number of applicants participating in the lottery is less than the number of tickets issued for sale, any unsold tickets will be put on a direct sale as of January.  

Applicants may each purchase a maximum of 4 tickets, including the one for themselves. Match tickets are offered in three categories. The first category will be priced at EUR 125, the second category at EUR 75, and the third category at EUR 30. The tickets for people with disabilities will be sold at the same price as the lowest-priced Category 3 tickets, i.e. for EUR 30, regardless of the seat position, and one free ticket will be given to the person accompanying them.


Note that, unlike the nine other host cities of the Championship, tickets to the matches hosted by Baku, Bucharest and Budapest are offered at cheaper prices.


For information on the sale of official hospitality packages for UEFA EURO 2020 (VIP tickets), please visit EURO2020.com/hospitality.  


As was known in advance, three matches of Group A and one quarter-final match will take place in Baku Olympic Stadium. According to the draw results, the national teams of Turkey, Italy, Wales and Switzerland are placed in Group A. The schedule of the matches to be played in Baku is as follows:


June 13, 17:00

Wales - Switzerland


June 17, 20:00

Turkey - Wales


June 21, 20:00

Switzerland - Turkey


July 4, 20:00

quarter final


The Italian national team, which is to compete in Group A, will play all of its three group matches in the Stadio Olimpico, in Rome.

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