UEFA Euro 2016: tickets go on sale!

Published on June 10, 2015
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UEFA Euro 2016: tickets go on sale! fr

The wait is over! You can now create an account on the UEFA Euro 2016 web site, plan your programme and start dreaming about how your favourite team will get on as you wait for the 10th June, the date when tickets officially go on sale.

You will then have until the 10th July 2015 to place your order for tickets. This will then be confirmed – or not – when the electronic ballot takes place.

In fact, tickets for this competition are not being made available on a first come first served basis. What is more, tickets will not be available directly from the stadiums.

Booking your tickets... how does it work?

  • Create an account on UEFA Euro 2016’s on-line platform (click on the link opposite).
  • From the 10th June onwards, you can select the match or matches you would like to attend.
  • You will receive a confirmation email once you have confirmed your ticket request.
  • The results of the ballot will be posted after 10th July 2015, the date when the electronic ballot closes.

Fair rules regarding the allocation of tickets

A maximum of 4 tickets per match and per person may be requested. Only one match per day and per applicant will be allocated. You do not have to apply for tickets for the group stage matches in order to be allocated semi-final or final tickets.

What is more, in order to make access to tickets easy for everyone, the number of ticket types that are on sale has been simplified:

  • Individual Ticket: 1 match at 1 venue.
  • « Destination » Pass: 2 consecutive matches at the same venue.
  • « Follow my Team » Pass: a series of tickets that allow fans to follow their favourite team right up until the end of their journey (from 3 to 7 matches); this ticket type will go on sale from December 2015, with tickets reserved for fans.

Tickets start at €25... Open-ended ticket pricing.

UEFA Euro 2016’s ticket pricing policy is characterised by a range of prices that has deliberately been left open-ended.

In this way, ticket prices start from 25 euros (group stage matches and quarter finals, with around 210,000 of these tickets available) and can go up to 895 euros for the final. Nevertheless, there will be some tickets for all matches that are available for under €100.