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 Steven Killick:
In reply to Team England:
Further to this, 120 Travel Club members have submitted invalid email addresses on their accounts so will not receive the access code. The email is sent from the address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a Hotmail or Outlook account and do not receive it straight away, please check your junk box or add it to your contact list.
The email address above is NOT a monitored inbox so please do not email queries to this account.
I'm concerned about my email address now. I had emails confirming I am a member of the Travel Club, and one today about the FA QandA page but just looked on my profile and it has a "public email " which was blank. Is that something different ? On my profile and its okay , and shows as verified, so hopefully the public email is something different... phew !
In reply to Matthew Wharton:
In reply to Peter salnicki:
Peter salnicki just looked on my profile and it has a "public email " which was blank.
In reply to George Painter:
Individuals ARE treated separately in the 70% but the problems you have is: That you will probably have to apply for cat 1s/cat 2s for the 2 capper to stand any chance at all, as all group members select the same ticket cats. This obviously makes the tickets very expensive for all group members. That even then, only three or even two members may be successful (and stuck with very expensive tickets). Hopefully we get a break down of ticket cats (the number in each), later in the application window, so that this may guide you into whether applying in two (or even three) separate groups would be better. And then referencing each others group in each others applications to 'group the groups'.
In reply to Matthew Isle:
To participate within this community you need to sign is as an England Supporters Club member here.