UEFA EURO 2020
So the different category of tickets would appear to include both the top and lower tiers at Wembley (I assume excluidng the middle ring of shame which will be for coporates).
There is a big difference between buying a category 3 ticket behind the goal in the lower tier & a ticket on the top tier right at the back. The view can't be compared, yet the price is the same in all categories.
I would prefer tickets in the lower tier, does anyone know this can be achieved? Perhaps I need to contact Team England?
It's a great question especially at Wembley. Level 1s for us please but how would this be managed for non Wembley Euro games?
Hence probably not a goer.
Pack some binoculars.
You have absolutely no choice over the seat which is allocated to you. Nor does the FA have any influence. UEFA will give you a seat at random from the category you have chosen. They will not entertain any request to change the allocated seat nor can you cancel your order because you don't like the seat you've been given.
You will not know your seat number and its location until the tickets are distributed. As the ticket delivery method (at least for Wembley) is by mobile phone app, which is an 'instant' process, it might not be until very close to the tournament that the tickets are distributed. UEFA are likely to favour this as it would make things more difficult for those xxxx who intend to pass their tickets on for profit to touts or secondary ticketing sites.
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Christian WilsonI also find it bizarre that being in the corners is deemed more attractive than being behind the goal!
It's for those who want to get on the telly when a corner is taken
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Andrew McCarthyThe problem with this method is, people in the general sale will be paying the same price for the same category as in the Travel club sale, so to put those in the upper tier probably wouldnt be fair on the general sale people
Maybe I'm the only one here, but I prefer the upper tier because it gives a better perspective of the pitch. I can't properly see what's happening at the far end from a low elevation, especially if there are people waving their arms about in front of me.
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Lee SimpsonSurely the technology is there by uefa so it’s impossible to pass your ticket on
You're right. UEFA will have details of all of the ticket applicants and their guests in their ticketing database. When someone downloads the mobile phone app and tries to register to use it, the UEFA software could decline the registration if the person's details do not match anyone in the ticketing database. The software could also block any transfer if it is to an email address not in the database.
However, these capabilities were not used in the Nations League app to prevent people from passing on their tickets. I don't know why.
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