Tickets for U21 EURO in Georgia and Romania can be bought now.
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Tickets are now on sale for the UEFA European Under-21 Championship final tournament in Georgia and Romania.
When and where is U21 EURO?
The 2023 UEFA European Under-21 Championship will be played in Georgia and Romania from 21 June to 8 July. The tournament is staged at four stadiums in Romania (two in Cluj-Napoca and two in Bucharest) and four in Georgia (one each in Batumi and Kutaisi, and two in Tbilisi).
Groups A and C are played in Georgia. The groups are also paired for the quarter-finals and semi-finals, so all teams will remain in Georgia for as long as they are in the tournament.
Groups B and D are played in Romania, and again also paired for the quarter-finals and semi-finals. All teams will therefore remain in Romania for as long as they are in the tournament, at least until one moves to Georgia for the final at Batumi Arena.
Where do I buy U21 EURO tickets?
Matches in Georgia: under21tickets.ge
Matches in Romania: under21tickets.ro
How much do U21 EURO tickets cost?
Visit the competition homepages for the two host nations for ticket prices, categories and offers, plus other information:
U21 EURO groups
Group A: Georgia (hosts), Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands
Group B: Romania (hosts), Spain, Ukraine, Croatia
Group C: Czechia, England, Germany (holders), Israel
Group D: Norway, Switzerland, France, Italy
100 days to go
On 13 March, the host nations both staged special events to mark 100 days to go until kick off. In Georgia, the mayor of each of the three host cities unveiled a special countdown clock, with local clubs and tournament ambassadors also in attendance.
In Romania, national U21 coach Emil Săndoi and his assistant Daniel Pancu were guests on a special talk show to promote the upcoming finals. Tournament ambassador Ianis Hagi also sent a message of support for the Romania side, saying: "They will meet top teams and they will need all the support that I know the Romanian fans are capable of... With 30,000 fans in the stands, they are capable of memorable performances."
In the run-up to those events, UEFA's Safety & Security Operations Unit oversaw a series of training sessions in Bucharest and Cluj, giving expert guidance to police, the Romanian Football Federation and stewarding bodies on developments in crowd safety management. The courses also reviewed a multi-agency, integrated approach to safety, security and service, and revised the national football policing approach to the U21 EURO. A similar training programme will be delivered in Georgia in early May.