Wednesday 19 June 2019

Ticket details for Dublin's Euro 2020 games revealed by UEFA

24 November 2016; A general view of the Henri Delaunay Cup on display before the UEFA EURO 2020 Host City Logo Launch – Dublin at CHQ Building in North Wall Quay, Dublin. Photo by David Maher/Sportsfile
24 November 2016; A general view of the Henri Delaunay Cup on display before the UEFA EURO 2020 Host City Logo Launch – Dublin at CHQ Building in North Wall Quay, Dublin. Photo by David Maher/Sportsfile

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UEFA has announced its ticket pricing and policy for next summer's Euro 2020 tournament, which is to be staged in 12 different cities across the continent, including Dublin.

European football's governing body has pledged that 82 per cent of the tickets will be made available to supporters and the general public, and that one million tickets across the 44 matches will be priced at 50 euros or less.

The first phase of ticket sales will run from June 12 to July 12, with 1.5million tickets being put on sale at this point.

A second phase will follow in December 2019, after the finals draw has taken place. Finally, there will be a third phase in April 2020 when the final four places have been decided by the play-offs.

Dublin is scheduled to host three group games and one round 16 game at the Aviva Stadium. The games will take place in Dublin on Monday, June 15, Friday, June 19, Wednesday, June 24 and Tuesday, June 30 and tickets will be priced in three categories as below.

Category 3: €50

Category 2: €125

Category 1: €185

An official UEFA online resale portal will also be set up in March/April 2020 which will allow fans to offer their tickets for resale at face value.  

Further details are available on UEFA.com.

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