UEFA today announced the ticket prices for the final tournament of the UEFA European Football Championship to be held in Poland and Ukraine from 8 June to 1 July 2012.
Prices will range from €30 to €600 and several types of tickets will be available for purchase via UEFA.com exclusively from 1 March to 31 March this year.
UEFA, the Polish and Ukrainian football federations and the local organising committees have put in place a transparent and fair ticketing policy with the aim of offering affordable prices for all 31 matches of UEFA EURO 2012.
The purchasing power of local citizens has been taken into account when deciding on prices and the cheapest tickets will cost 50% less than at UEFA EURO 2008 in Austria/Switzerland. Furthermore, tickets for the final in category 3 will cost €50 only.
The table below lists the ticketing prices for all games in the competition in the three available categories.
• Opening match
Category 1 €250 Category 2 €140 Category 3 €45
• Group matches
Category 1 €120 Category 2 €70 Category 3 €30
Category 1 €150 Category 2 €80 Category 3 €40
Category 1 €270 Category 2 €150 Category 3 €45
Category 1 €600 Category 2 €330 Category 3 €50
All prices are in euros and are subject to an additional administrative fee to cover handling and secure courier delivery.
As was already communicated at the beginning of February, residents of Poland and Ukraine will also be able to pay in their local currency, either via credit card or by domestic bank transfer, whereas international applicants will need to pay via credit car and in euros.
There are several types of tickets available: individual match tickets, venue series group or knockout, and follow my team group or knockout. Further details on the types of tickets available can be found in the ticketing section of UEFA.com.
Tickets for the general public will be sold only from 1 March to 31 March this year via UEFA.com exclusively.
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