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EURO 2016 ticket resale platform closed

The official UEFA EURO 2016 ticket resale platform is now closed, with a total of 90,476 tickets changing hands. Fans will soon be able to register their interest in specific matches.

The excitement is building for fans hoping to go to UEFA EURO 2016
The excitement is building for fans hoping to go to UEFA EURO 2016 ©Getty Images

The official UEFA EURO 2016 ticket resale platform closed at 18.00CET on Thursday, with a total of 90,476 tickets changing hands since the window opened on 9 March.

The resale platform attracted huge numbers of fans trying to get their hands on tickets for this summer's final tournament. Supporters took this opportunity to resell their tickets legally, giving others who had missed out in previous draws the chance to be in France this summer. Fans who purchased tickets on this platform will be travelling from 114 different countries, underlining the truly global reach of the event.

As tickets were sold on a first come, first served basis – and with all purchases dependent on what other customers wished to resell – the ticketing page on EURO2016.com provided a constant overview of available matches, enabling fans to check without logging into the platform. Once they had logged in, they could then buy up to four tickets for their chosen match.

However, the resale platform was not the last chance to buy tickets for the EURO. It is also possible for supporters to register their interest on EURO2016.com for specific games. They will then be contacted if tickets for those matches become available to purchase.

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