Euro 2020: One million tickets to go on sale to fans of qualified teams
One million tickets on next summer’s Euro 2020 will go to lovers of those 20 states qualified for the championship in the latest form of earnings next week.
Supporters are going to have two-week window starting from Wednesday December 4 at 1pm through to December 18 to purchase tickets for the staging for its anniversary.
There will be 28,000 tickets to the group stages at Wembley on sale, although 24,000 tickets for its semi-finals and 26,000 to the final in the national arena of England will be made accessible.
Supporters of those four groups who are eligible through the Qualifiers play-offs will be able to apply for tickets after the conclusion of those matches, which will be performed from 26 to 31 March 2020.
More than half the tickets being made available for all games will be at the least expensive price class, with prices for group stage games beginning at $30 (in Baku, Bucharest and Budapest) and $50 from another host cities.
The general public ticket sales this summer saw 19.3 million ticket requests received between June 12 and July 12 for the 1.5 million tickets available.
The draw for the finals will be held with England and Wales, at Bucharest.
Northern Ireland, scotland and the Republic of Ireland will also be watching with interest – with all 3 sides from the play-offs.
Watch Sky Sports News coverage of the draw from 5.15pm Saturday, with the draw expected to begin about 5.20pm.