UEFA EURO 2020
Just in case if you haven't seen it... This would give you the idea for each catergory for each game etc...
In reply to Daniel Dvelys:
Daniel Dvelysdo you have more chance of getting cheaper tickets the more caps you’ve got
Yes. When it comes to getting your first choice of ticket category, the FA gives preference to members on the basis of their caps total. Assuming that people prefer the lower priced tickets because we're not all made of money, they will be the tickets that go first. We don't know exactly how it's done - the FA doesn't publish the detail - but here is one possibility.
Firstly, if the match is oversubscribed, the FA decides who gets a ticket using the 70%/20%/10% principle. If it's not oversubscribed then every applicant gets a ticket.
Then, starting at the top of the caps table and working down, they give each member their first choice of ticket category. If that choice is no longer available, they give that member their second choice, etc all the way down the list. When they get to the low cappers, it's likely that the cheaper category tickets will have all been allocated. So it's important that lower cappers indicate on the application a willingness to be upgraded to a more expensive ticket category.
Daniel DvelysBe interesting to see how the FA deal with tickets for the knockout games, anyone know how they’d do it as Dublin for example has a bigger capacity than Copenhagen.
It's UEFA who decide the ticket allocations. For every R16 match, UEFA must set aside the same number of conditional tickets for each venue for the participating national associations, e.g. the FA, regardless of the size of the stadium. It doesn't matter whether we're in Dublin or Copenhagen, it will be the same number. Obviously, this would be a bigger percentage of ground capacity in a smaller stadium like Copenhagen and a smaller percentage in Dublin.
As Copenhagen is much smaller than any other venue being used in the competition, it is to be hoped that the number of tickets set aside for the R16 matches is decided in relation to a typical stadium of 50,000+.
Getting to the R16 and QF will be problematical. In most cases, flying will be the only practical option. Availability could be an issue and fares will be silly money. I'm not just talking about England fans but the fans of all countries. UEFA might judge that demand for R16 and QF tickets could be affected and they might not offer as many tickets in the allocations as we might hope.
In reply to David Lilley:
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