UEFA EURO 2020
Many of the calls and emails the England Supporters Club is receiving from members can be answered by our EURO 2020 FAQ page.
Please refer to this page in the first instance before calling or emailing for assistance. We are experiencing a very high call and email volume; to help us assist you please read all the information we've provided on the website.
In addition, NO access codes have been sent to members yet - these will be sent either later tonight before the ticket portal opens tomorrow. If you join the Travel Club after 5pm today, you'll be sent your access code on the 9th December.
Tickets are NOT allocated on a first-come-first-served basis and ONLY lead applicant needs an access code and an account on the UEFA's website.
Further information regarding ticket applications, including category splits will be published in due course.
The link to submit your application is:
In reply to Andrew McCarthy:
In reply to Luke Wilson:
Luke WilsonWhere can I find the breakdown of allocation for each category? The above only shows the overall allocation.
UEFA has said that more than half of tickets will be category 3. The FA are pressing for more detailed information on the category splits. But it is possible that we might not get any more guidance than this. The information provided for Euro 2016 on category splits was no more detailed than this. I agree with Matthew that you should submit an application now-ish with the plan of reviewing and revising it if we get any more information on splits.
In reply to Tom Burr:
In reply to George Painter:
George PainterDoes making different applications then grouping the groups together make any real difference to applying all together?
If you make different applications then you can apply for different categories. The higher cappers can perhaps apply for category 3 with a willingness to be moved up to category 2 in order to contain the costs. The lower cappers can apply for category 2 with a willingness to be moved up to category 1 in order to improve their chances of getting a ticket.
You can use the Group ID facility to link two separate applications for seating purposes. But be aware that if the two applications are successful at different category levels then the linking will be void and ineffective. Different categories cannot be seated together because they're in different areas of the stadium.
In reply to Harris Abbott:
Harris AbbottThere's a fans first option when applying for the Semi final and the Final, which ones the best one the choose? Cat 3 or fans first?
As Matthew says, the 'Fans First' tickets are the same as category 3 but at a cheaper price. This is a marketing stunt so that UEFA can say that there are tickets available at less than €100 for all matches, even the final.
It is likely that the 'Fans First' tickets will be more heavily oversubscribed than the category 3 tickets because they are cheaper. This would affect your chances of being successful with your application.
In reply to Harry Balcombe:
Harry BalcombeSaying I cannot apply for tickets as I am too young, seems a bit ridiculous as I turn 18 2 weeks after the application phase ends? Is there anyway around this?
The issue here is that you are not buying something over the counter, where you hand over your cash and walk out with the goods. You are entering into a contract. Your application is a legally enforceable and non-revocable offer to purchase tickets at a later date (after the ballots) and UEFA's reply would be an acceptance of this offer.
Someone who is under 18 cannot enter into such a contract. This is a matter of contract law, both in the UK and throughout Europe. This is why UEFA will not allow you to apply for tickets on your own behalf.
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