Applications for EURO 2020 match tickets – among them those in Budapest – can be made up until 12 July. Given that this represents the greatest opportunity of getting tickets, here we provide the most important information regarding ticket applications.
Budapest will be one of the co-hosts in the largest European Championships to date in 2020, meaning that the best footballers on the continent will be within arms-reach, and those purchasing tickets will be able to see these players compete in the flesh at the tournament.
Ticket applications for EURO 2020 can be made at the uefa.com/uefaeuro-2020/ticketing/ website until 14:00 on 12 July.
If you don’t apply in this first round of ticket sales you stand the chance of missing out on the European Championship, since those applying later will have only a 1 in 400 chance of successfully receiving tickets.
Should there be a greater number of applications than there are tickets available, tickets will be allocated to fans by way of a ballot. Tickets are available in three price categories at every venue. Ticket prices for the Budapest matches are €125, €75 and €30.
In the interest of increasing your chances of being allocated tickets, it is worth designating more than one price category. Thus, if you are not allocated tickets in your first-choice price category you can participate in the ballot for other price category tickets. You do not need to pay for tickets immediately, it will suffice if you have been allocated them.
Lucky fans who are allocated tickets will have around ten days in which to pay for them.
One fan can apply for a maximum of four tickets per match. The name of the purchaser will appear on the tickets, and stadium stewards will check whether you are entitled to enter the arena.
Should you apply for tickets and not be allocated any, you will be the first to be informed about further opportunities should extra tickets for the given match become available.
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