Ticket sales for all four UEFA EURO 2016 quarter-finals have closed after Germany v Italy and France v Iceland followed the trend set by Wales v Belgium and Poland v Portugal.
Ticket sales for the four UEFA EURO 2016 quarter-finals have closed, with tickets for Germany v Italy and France v Iceland being snapped up in double-quick time – much like the other two matches had done the day before.
- SALES CLOSED: Poland v Portugal – Thursday 30 June, 21:00 (Marseille)
- SALES CLOSED: Wales v Belgium – Friday 1 July, 21:00 (Lille)
- SALES CLOSED: Germany v Italy – Saturday 2 July, 21:00 (Bordeaux)
- SALES CLOSED: France v Iceland – Sunday 3 July, 21:00 (Saint-Denis)
Tickets were being sold on a first come, first served basis.
Fans are reminded that buying through the official EURO2016.com ticket portal is the only guarantee of entry to matches at Le Rendez-Vous.
Unfortunately, UEFA has been alerted to numerous instances of fans purchasing invalid tickets on the black market and being denied entry to stadiums in France. Once more, a reminder: touted tickets are often forgeries and are no guarantee of admission.