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UEFA delivers EURO 2016 ticket warning

UEFA is aware of a black market for UEFA EURO 2016 tickets and is urging all football fans to buy only through the official channels to avoid being refused admission to the stadium.

Fans have been warned not to buy counterfeit tickets
Fans have been warned not to buy counterfeit tickets ©Getty Images

UEFA is aware of a number of individuals, companies and websites offering tickets and hospitality packages for UEFA EURO 2016 matches. Many of these tickets and packages are being advertised at vastly inflated prices.

UEFA and EURO 2016 SAS urge all football fans to refrain from purchasing tickets, travel or hospitality packages from unauthorised sellers, agents or websites, as such tickets may be counterfeit or invalid, and you may be refused admission to the stadium.

We are working with the French authorities to combat counterfeit ticket sales and ticket-touting activities in the lead-up to UEFA EURO 2016, and we will not hesitate to take appropriate legal action against persons breaking the law and/or the applicable ticketing terms and conditions.

We encourage you to buy tickets only via the official UEFA EURO 2016 ticket portal on EURO2016.com. As of 9 March, you will have another opportunity to purchase tickets through the official ticket resale platform.

Please check EURO2016.com regularly for further updates on our ticketing activities for UEFA EURO 2016.