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Football Fans Learn Their Fate in Euro 2024 Ticket Ballot

Ten stadiums in Germany are readying themselves for next summer’s extravaganza of football, also known as Euro 2024.

In October, UEFA began the process of selling tickets to next summer’s Euro 2024 tournament in Germany. More than 20 million ticket applications were submitted, with 65% of the demand coming from within Germany. In total, fans from 206 countries registered and applied for tickets during the ballot period.

On Tuesday 14th November, UEFA informed applicants about whether or not they were successful. There were more than 1.2 million tickets awarded to fans in the first phase of ticket sales. However, that’s just a fraction of the 20 million+ ticket applications.

UEFA will release one million more tickets on December 2nd. To learn more about the Euro 2024 ticket process, check out our comprehensive guide on how to get Euro 2024 tickets.

Football fans went onto X, formerly known as Twitter, to either celebrate or bemoan UEFA’s ticketing process.

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With the huge demand for tickets, it’s no surprise that so many fans were unsuccessful. According to UEFA, there were close to 2.3 million applications for the European Championship final. That’s 33 times the capacity of the Olympiastadion in Berlin.

Ticket prices are much more reasonable for those who buy their tickets directly through UEFA. However, those who were unsuccessful in the ballot can opt to buy Euro 2024 tickets through ticket resale sites.

On SeatPick, we compare the ticket market to provide supporters with the best deals available online. We only list tickets from trusted resellers, giving fans the best overview of the secondary marketplace. 

As Euro 2024 nears, it’s expected that we’ll see a big increase in tickets being posted online. Check out our Euro 2024 inventory of tickets here

Important Euro Qualifiers Up Ahead

The last set of Euro qualifiers are taking place during the November international break, and there are plenty of teams fighting it out to secure their spot at the tournament. The three most crucial matches are sure to attract attention over the next few days. 

Some nations will be booking their flights to Germany, some will be looking towards the March play-offs, and others will be preparing themselves to sit at home and watch the UEFA European Championships on the telly.