Ticket sales for fans wanting to follow their team at UEFA EURO 2012 have now closed.
Sales for fans of participating associations
A specific ticket allocation was reserved for supporters of the 16 participating teams, with tickets being sold exclusively via UEFA.com based on the nationality and/or country of residence of the applicant. Lotteries will determine which applicants receive tickets; whether the application was made on 2 March 2012 or when sales began on 12 December 2011, you will have an equal chance of booking your place in Poland-Ukraine.
Ticket resale platform
The last option to get your hands on a ticket is the ticket resale platform which allows fans who can no longer use their tickets to resell them at face value via UEFA.com. The ticket resale platform has been a huge success since its launch in July 2011. The platform closes on 10 April.
Tour operator programme
As part of its ticketing strategy, UEFA has also implemented a tour operator programme. This service gives the opportunity to supporters to buy travel packages from licensed tour operators and related tickets on UEFA.com afterwards. There are a maximum two tour operators offering such services in every one of the finalist countries; these sales close on 2 March.
The governments of Poland and Ukraine are working with several travel agencies to provide appropriate and affordable accommodation options for fans travelling to the host countries. Beds in hotels, spas, dormitories, camp sites or apartments are all available through the following websites:
Additional accommodation options are accessible at the foot of the individual host city pages on UEFA.com.
Further details on the ticket types available can be found in the ticketing section on UEFA.com.
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