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 Andrea Rosewell:
I see that no one has replied to your query. I don't know the answer but I can't think of any reason why the child might not be added to the application of any adult member. Obviously, this would have to be with the consent of the parent / guardian. I'm 99% sure that this would be OK, but only the FA could give you a 100% answer.
0800 389 1966 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In reply to Thomas Walker:
Thomas WalkerEssentially my question is this: If I was only able to attend a second round game if it were in Dublin or Glasgow, could I subsequently cancel my ticket if we find the game is being played in Copenhagen or elsewhere?
Tickets bought from the FA allocation in the December sale cannot be returned for a refund or re-sold to anyone else under any circumstances. This is in the ticketing T&Cs. UEFA will not be flexible.
If you have to bin your 'Round of 16' ticket because the match is in a location which you can't reach at short notice and at an affordable price, this will have no effect on any tickets which you might have for later rounds such as the semi-final and final. However, if you are caught passing your R16 ticket to anyone else, whether for a price or given away, then UEFA can cancel all of your tickets without refund.
In reply to David Lilley:
In reply to Gary Marshall:
It is somewhere in the FAQ; I know I've seen it. You have understood correctly - you cannot apply for a conditional semi final ticket through the FA because it might end up being the same match you have already got a ticket for, so you would have two tickets for the same match, which is not allowed.
Found it - under "Ticket Limits" on this page: http://www.thefa.com/news/2019/nov/25/euro-2020-faqs
For example, if you've already been allocated a semi-final match ticket through the general public sale, you cannot apply for a conditional semi-final through the Travel Club because of the potential clash.
In reply to Liam Walker:
In reply to Jonathan Cadden:
At the beginning of December, the FA uploaded a file of ESTC members to UEFA in order to get access codes for all of them. All personal details held by the FA and UEFA had to agree at that point in time otherwise you would not be able to successfully complete and submit an application. If you have submitted an application and received a confirmation email from UEFA then it looks like changing something after the data was cross-checked does not foul things up. At some point, probably in May, you will need to download the UEFA Euro 2020 ticketing app on to your mobile phone and then register on the app. I imagine that the passport number which you include in your registration details will need to agree with the number held on the UEFA database. It would be a good idea to send a scan of your new passport (the photo double page) to ESTC as an email attachment so that they can update their records but I don't think this is urgent.
In reply to Matthew Isle:
In reply to Ian Campbell:
Yes, you can be on multiple applications.
Nobody can be the lead booker on more than one application. Anyone who is a lead booker on one application must be a guest on any other applications which include him.
Do be very, very careful not to include the same person on more than one application for the same match or for two matches on the same day.
With regard to the "no duplication rule", you will also need to take account of any tickets obtained through the UEFA general public lottery. This includes the requirement that anyone who has an unconditional ticket to a knock out match through the UEFA general public lottery cannot apply through the FA allocation for a conditional ticket to the same knock out round.
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