From the week commencing 8th February, UEFA plan to start taking payments from applicants with successful ticket applications. UEFA have advised that successful applicants will have their credit card charged automatically, therefore we would like to advise fans that they ensure there are sufficient funds in their bank accounts to enable the ticketing transaction to go through. If you have agreed to accept tickets in categories either side, you should be aware that if you are allocated a ticket in a higher category, the total amount debited from your credit card may increase. Fans may also wish to inform their respective credit card providers of the anticipated international transaction. UEFA have also confirmed that the following merchant information will appear on your statement - please note that the merchant ID number is different to the one previously advised by UEFA: UEFA EURO 2016 - Avenue Kleber 112 – 75773 - Paris Cedex 16 – 1260 Merchant ID: 101301204. Following on from the balloting process we would like to confirm that we have received additional tickets for three of England’s matches at Euro 2016. • Wales – 136 tickets • Slovakia – 1442 tickets • Round of 16 – 494 tickets
Please note: There will not be another sales period for these matches and the application portal remains closed. If you are allocated tickets to a knock-out match that England do not progress to, UEFA will issue refunds for those tickets, after the tournament has ended.
Further information regarding the ballot breakdown by match will be published in the coming weeks.
Thank you... Especially with regard to the specifics such as the Merchant ID etc.
Fair play, extra tickets for Wales game & the Last 16 were always going to be hard to find, but the ones for the Slovakia game will be most welcome.
difficult to accumulate "caps" when you are an England supporter (expat) living in Australia !!....here's hoping
'From the week commencing 8th February, UEFA plan to start taking payments from applicants with successful ticket applications'. But when do we all find out which tickets we have got (and which we have not got)?
Just teasing us re allocation of tickets .......
Ballot completed .... UEFA informed ..... otherwise who from and how much to debut from Monday 8th ..... no stress about booking transport and accommodation .... plenty of
Thank goodness for tomorrow's club game to think of
How do we find out what tickets we actually have?
So when and how do we find out if we have been successful for Euro tickets
Sooooo where can we view what tickets we've been allocated and are about to purchase? Am I missing something, this process/site is a shocker, who's in charge of this, bring them to my office immediately..
What are the FA doing for those fans that have had their card cancelled by their bank due to 'fraudulent' activity and been re-issued with another card? UEFA are currently not allowing them to change their card details - seems absolutely ridiculous.
Surely we should know today what tickets we have if funds being taken next week.
how about you inform us "your members" of your ticket allocation.... Are we not more important than UEFA ?
I agree with the caps thing. I am coming over from NZ. Booking hotels and trains anyway. Fingers crossed and all that. Long way to go and not to see a game.
Totally agree with the expat Cap problem, like many before and many in the future, following one of the English national teams can leave you washed up on a distant shore. I myself, being one of many Ashes Cricket refugees, now living behind enemy lines in Australia. I consider myself to be very much a 100% ' Stillpat.'
Having been to a combined total in excess of 170 England Football internationals or England Cricket Tests in 60 plus different countries since 1969.
Whilst I know its not practical or fair to award the caps for away games unless you take the time and trouble to actually attended the game.
I cannot see why the FA don't allow England fans now living overseas to buy tickets for home games at Wembley, receive the Cap, choose not to take delivery of the ticket and the FA then donate it to either a charity or deprived kid who would otherwise never be able to see the national team.
Seems like a simple win, win situation to me.
martyn crooksl i joined the travel club jan24th 2016.wont i be able to apply for any euro tickets
Has anybody had a notification or money deducted yet?