- Tickets for Euro 2024 were on general sale between October 3rd and 26th
- The window for general ticket sales is now closed ahead of the tournament
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Applications for general ticket sales for Euro 2024 officially closed on Thursday, leaving fans eagerly waiting to see which tickets they received for the tournament in Germany.
The window was opened on October 3rd until 1 p.m. today. During this period, fans were able to claim tickets for just €30 (£26), with over 1.2 million tickets available.
Fans were allowed to apply for up to four tickets per game, but the system could only put their name in the ticket hat for one game per day.
Fans who were unsuccessful will be informed of the availability of new tickets based on their placement in the UEFA lottery. This is likely due to fans who applied in the first window not paying for the tickets allocated to them.
The cards are then awarded on a first come, first served basis.
The general sales window for fans to get Euro 2024 tickets has officially closed
England lost a penalty shootout to Italy at Euro 2020 but will get another chance at glory next year having already qualified for the tournament
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The final draw of the tournament will take place on December 2nd, after which a further one million tickets will be sold to fans of the participating teams.
More tickets will then be available to fans of teams that qualify via the play-offs in March 2024.
England secured their place at the European Championships earlier this month after beating Italy 3-1 at Wembley Stadium. Gareth Southgate’s side are aiming to do better than they did three years ago, when they lost on penalties to the same opponents in the final.
Scotland also qualified for the European Championships for the second year in a row after beating Spain at Hampden Park earlier this year in a good season under Steve Clarke.
They will be joined at the tournament by European giants France, Spain, Portugal and hosts Germany.
However, defending champions Italy still have some work to do to qualify, having also missed the last two World Cups in Russia and Qatar.
The tournament lasts exactly one month, the first group game takes place on Friday, June 14th in Munich, the final takes place on Sunday, July 14th in the Berlin Olympic Stadium.
The venue for the 2024 European Championship final is the Berlin Olympic Stadium, which can hold almost 75,000 fans