The second ticket sales phase for the Euro 2024 tournament in Germany will start on December 4, two days after the group draw, the German Football Federation (DFB) said on Monday.
One million tickets will be available for fans of the 21 teams which have qualified by then. Another phase follows next year for fans of the final three teams qualifying via play-offs.
A first sales phase saw more than 1.2 million tickets sold via a lottery from 20 million applications. At that stage only the dates and venues of the group games of hosts Germany were known.
The tickets cost between €30 ($33) for group stage games to €1,000, the most expensive ticket for the final.
Euro 2024 is played with 24 teams in 10 German cities between June 14 and July 14.
So far qualified are hosts Germany, Albania, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, England, France, Hungary, the Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Scotland, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland and Turkey.
The remaining four berths from the qualifying groups are decided later Monday and Tuesday. The play-offs are in late March, and the group draw before that on December 2 in Hamburg.2023-11-20T19:20:58Z dg43tfdfdgfd