Following huge interest from across the world, the window for UEFA EURO 2020 ticket applications has closed.
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The window for UEFA EURO 2020 ticket applications has closed, with requests having come in from 204 different countries since applications opened. England, Germany, Russia, Hungary and the Netherlands led the way in terms of number of requests.
The first sales period offered supporters the best chance to secure tickets for UEFA EURO 2020, via euro2020.com/tickets. Unsuccessful applicants will become part of the UEFA 'Fans First' programme, meaning they will be the first to know about any future opportunities to purchase tickets.
No initial payment
Fans did not pay anything at the time of application. If successful, they will be notified by email with a request to pay for their tickets within a specified time (approximately ten days).
Due to the high interest, tickets for all venues are being allocated by a random ballot conducted at the end of July. Fans will know the outcome of applications by mid-August at the latest.