Cheap Euro 2020 Tickets are still available if you are able to be flexible with seats and games.
There is a fans first programme that is aimed at ensuring that more “real” fans are able to get seats at Euro 2020.
However, the cost of tickets for Euro 2020 have increased by as much as 100% compared to ticket prices for Euro 2016 – with the vast sums of money already being made by UEFA and the recent corruption and governance scandals this causes huge frustration and annoyance amongst genuine football fans.
Although tickets are supposed to be allocated on a named basis there are hundreds of tickets for sale on non UEFA platforms such as stubhub and ebay and of course these are not the cheap Euro 2020 tickets that were supposed to be distributed to genuine, real fans.
Its seems that genuine fans have to abide by a number of ticketing rules to obtain tickets whilst thousands of other tickets are released, purely for corporate profit onto commercial ticketing platforms.
More than 19million people applied to be put in a ballot for just 1.5million tickets released for matches held in stadiums across Europe, including Hampden Park in Glasgow.
Organisers told unlucky applicants they’d get a second chance to get to the matches through their Fans First policy if supporters failed to pay for their order by the August 18 deadline.
But fans’ groups fear the first-come, first-served system to offload unpaid tickets will only play into the hands of touts who will offload them at inflated prices.
It has become clear that many touts have registered dozens of email addresses in a bid to secure tickets.
Demand for tickets among locals is highest in Russia, London and Budapest as more than 50% of tickets requested in these cities have been ordered by supporters from the host country. Saint Petersburg has the highest local demand with 86% of ticket applications coming from Russia.
Euro 2020 tickets are offered in three price categories, with the host cities allocated to two pricing clusters. The first cluster includes Amsterdam, Bilbao, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome and St Petersburg. Prices for tickets to cities in Cluster A are spread out at €50 (£44/$57), €125 and €185.