All You Need To Know About EURO 2020 Tickets
With ticket prices for EURO 2020 now revealed, here is everything that Republic of Ireland supporters need to know...
18th May 2019
- UEFA EURO 2020 will be spread across 12 European cities. Dublin will host 3 Group Games and 1 Round of 16 game. Should the Republic of Ireland qualify, they will play a minimum of two group games at home. Round of 16 game will not involve Republic of Ireland’s group, should the team qualify.
- General sale of UEFA EURO 2020 tickets will open via http://euro2020.com/tickets on June 12thand will close on July 12th. Supporters can apply for up to four tickets per match in an application. The allocation of tickets will be handled by UEFA and applicants will be informed of the outcome of their applications in August 2019. For all matches and categories where demand exceeds supply, tickets will be allocated by a lottery.
- 1.5 million tickets will be available to the general public for all UEFA EURO 2020 in the first sales phase from June 12th– July 12th. Tickets in Dublin will be priced at €50, €125 and €185 across three categories. 1 million tickets will be available for €50 across 44 matches.
- This will be the best chance to secure tickets for UEFA EURO 2020 matches in Dublin should the Republic of Ireland not qualify. There will be no additional general sales for football fans in Ireland to secure tickets for the games in Dublin after applications close on July 12th.
- In the second phase of sales - in early December 2019 - 1 million tickets will be available to fans of the participating teams, which is 20% more than in 2016. These sales will start after the final tournament draw, which takes place on 30 November 2019. Supporters must meet the criteria set out by the respective National Association in order to be allocated tickets at this stage. More information will follow regarding the criteria if the Republic of Ireland qualify.
- The FAI Ticket Office will have no role in applications for tickets from June 12th– July 12th and at this stage there will be no option to provide your FAI Ticketing Account details on UEFA’s ticketing application platform. No records of attendance at away fixtures, holding of season ticket(s), membership of Club Ireland or affiliation with a supporters club will be taken into account at this general sales stage of ticket sales. As stated above, if the Republic of Ireland qualify more information will follow on the process to apply and criteria to secure tickets as a supporter of a participating nation at UEFA EURO 2020.
- Supporters can register now prior to the portal opening on June 12th