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Euro 2024 tickets

From UEFA or national associations

I'm afraid that I have no magic wand for getting hold of Euro 2024 tickets. What I can do, though, is keep you updated on all the news I hear about the ticket sales procedure via UEFA. For tickets via the football associations of qualifying nations, you're probably way too late if you've not long since been a member of their points schemes.

At the time of writing (early May 2024), you have three options with UEFA:

1) Hospitality
If you're feeling flush and fancy the 'prawn sandwich' option, you can guarantee being at any game you want, including the final. 

For details go to the UEFA hospitality website here: 

UEFA Euro 2024 hospitality packages

Mind you, for one person for a semi-final and the final it will set you back a cool €7,800!

For the group-stage games, you can buy 3-match 'Follow my team' packages, guaranteeing that you'll be at your country's three group-stage games. That'll cost you €3,750 per person.

2) Standard tickets
If, like most, you find all of that a bit rich or just not how you like to watch football, then for general admission tickets, I'm afraid, you've now missed two UEFA ballots (in October and December).

Around 2 million tickets were allocated through those ballots. The lowest price was €30. 

You've also missed a further sales phase after the play-offs in March. A 'last-minute' phase began on 2 May and right now (4 May) a handful of top-price tickets remain available here for a handful of group-stage games.

3) Official ticket resale platform
If you had any tickets that you wanted to sell, that was possible via the UEFA resale platform. But you only had until mid-April to list them. So, now it's too late.

If you are looking to buy tickets from the resale platform, you will need to keep your eyes peeled to see if UEFA open it up again in the future. 

That is by no means certain, but I'll update this page accordingly. So, keep coming back to stay up to date!

Secondary market sites / Ticket touts
I could have earned commission on this site from secondary market ticket vendors by including links to their websites. But I fundamentally disagree with the concept of tickets being sold on at hugely inflated prices, so have included no such links. I would also advise against buying from any such sites, as with the increasingly digital nature of ticketing it becomes ever easier for event organisers like UEFA to cancel any tickets that they believe have fallen into the hands of touts.

Fan-run ticket swap website
Instead, if you have tickets for a game you don't want to go to and would like to swap them for tickets for one of your country's games, you could look at listing them on a ticket swap website being run by a Scottish fan. No transactions take place there. It's just a way of putting people with spares in touch with each other, so that they can arrange swaps. To try to keep the site clear of scammers, he's charging a nominal £5 fee (and then donating it to charity). Here's the site:

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