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Italy 2023/2024 Fixtures

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About Italy Tickets 2023/24

With four FIFA World Cup crowns to their name, as well as a couple of UEFA European Championship successes, Italy can rightly boast being among the most successful national teams in the history of the game.

FIFA World Cup History

Italy played their first competitive international match in 1910 when they secured a fine 6-2 win over France in Milan.

Back-to-Back Winners

The Italy national football team did not enter the first FIFA World Cup tournament in 1930 but subsequently won both the 1934 finals, which they also hosted, and the 1938 competition, with legends including Silvio Piola and Giuseppe Meazza proving pivotal.

It wasn't until 1970 that Italy once again made a significant impact on the tournament, and on this occasion, they fought all the way to the final in Mexico before they were eased aside by an unstoppable Brazil side, losing 4-1 in the final.

Success in Spain

Italy won their third World Cup in 1982 by beating West Germany in the final with goals from Paolo Rossi, Marco Tardelli, and Alessandro Altobelli, seeing them to victory in Madrid.

At Italia 1990, they were unfortunate to finish in third place with the team winning six and drawing one of their seven matches in the tournament, with Azeglio Vicini's side losing on penalties to Argentina in the semi-finals.

Four years later, they suffered an even more painful penalty shoot-out defeat, losing to Brazil in the final after a goalless draw in the United States.

Italy struggled in both 1998 and 2002, but in Germany in 2006, they pulled off a miraculous success against all odds.

Penalty Shoot Out Redemption

With a series of outstanding defensive displays, Italy arrived at the final, having conceded just one goal in six games but fell behind to an early Zinedine Zidane penalty. Marco Materazzi leveled before an incident involving the two players saw the French captain sent off.

The Italians then put paid to their penalty shoot-out jinx and lifted their fourth World Cup title.

Since then, Italy have proven very poor, being knocked out at the group stage in both 2010 and 2014 and failing to qualify at all in both 2018 and 2022.

European Championship History

Italy won the first UEFA European Championship tournament that they qualified for, namely the 1968 edition, for which they were also the hosts.

A fourth-place finish followed in 1980, with the finals again hosted in Italy.

They finished as runners-up in both 2000 and 2012, losing to France and Spain respectively.

Euro 2020

Euro 2020, which was delayed by a year, saw Italy once again rise to the occasion, securing their second Euro triumph.

Once again, their defensive displays proved crucial, and the team took on England at the final, which took place at Wembley Stadium in London, and after a 1-1 draw, they won 3-2 on penalties.

Defending Champions

Italy are set to play at UEFA Euro 2024 and the Azzurri will be defending their crown at the event held in Germany.

The Italians narrowly secured automatic qualification, edging Ukraine on head-to-head record. Ultimately though, four wins in eight games proved just enough to get Italy over the line in a group which also contained England, Malta and North Macedonia.

Luciano Spalletti replaced Roberto Mancini as head coach of the Azzurri in September 2023 and oversaw the bulk of the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign.

Italy Football Team - National Stadium

The home venue for Italy football team matches varies and isn't consigned to one specific stadium, with the national team choosing to play their games across the country, which works well because there are countless high-quality venues to choose from.

Stadiums that have hosted Italy Games In Recent Years

Milan, San Siro - Capacity 80,018

Naples, Stadio Diego Maradona - Capacity 54,726

Bari, Stadio San Nicola - Capacity 58,270

Rome, Stadio Olimpico - Capacity 70,634

Bologna, Stadio Renato Dall'Ara - Capacity 36,000

Cesena, Stadio Dino Manuzzi - Capacity 23,860

Turin, Juventus Stadium - Capacity 41,507

Frequently Asked Questions about Italy tickets

How to buy Italy football tickets?

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On SeatPick, there are 5,862 Italy tickets up for grabs, spread across 10 events.

How to buy cheap Italy tickets?

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Those hoping to buy cheap Italy football tickets are often advised to attend international friendly matches. Yet, you don't need to limit yourself to friendlies. Often, it’s also possible to purchase affordable tickets to see Italy in competitive action via our platform.

The cheapest Italy tickets on SeatPick are for the Spain vs Italy | Euro 2024 event and you can find options starting from $239. The match will take place at Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen on June 20, 2024 and the cheapest tickets are found in Category 3 Zone.

When do Italy tickets go on sale?

Italy tickets tend to go on sale a few months ahead of the event. At SeatPick, we aim to provide a huge selection of Italy tickets. We do so by aggregating the entire ticket market, bringing fans a wealth of options from reliable sellers. Currently, we are offering 5,862 Italy national football team tickets on our platform.

Is it safe to buy Italy tickets on SeatPick?

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How much are Italy tickets?

Italy ticket prices can vary massively depending on the importance of the match and your choice of seat. Friendly matches often deliver more affordable prices, while seeing Italy compete in an international tournament is usually more costly.

On the SeatPick platform, you can currently find Italy football tickets starting from $239, while the average ticket price stands at $705.

Playing At

Italy will be playing at the following cities and venues in the upcoming 2023/2024 season, if Italy currently has any scheduled games then you can scroll up this page and find the full Italy Fixtures list, pick the event you are looking for and buy your Italy match tickets.

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