Euro 2024 ticket resale platform opens for fans

The official resale platform for this year’s UEFA European Championship has opened, with ticket-holders able to offer their passes at face value for a secure resale to other fans.

The tournament’s organisers have warned that it is the only authorised platform to resell tickets, and have “strongly reminded” fans not to use any other platform to avoid buying invalid tickets.

Ticket-holders are permitted to list any number of tickets that they want and unsold tickets will remain with the original purchaser.

The platform will only be operational from 11am CET on March 13 for 24 hours but UEFA states that more resale windows will open this month, with further time slots set to be published.

The reason for opening the resale platform in predefined time slots is to avoid fans having to constantly check for new ticket availability.

If tickets are offered for resale by fans of the participating national associations, they will be sold in a separate process to fans of the same team.

To give as many fans as possible the opportunity to see the tournament live, the number of purchasable tickets will be limited to 12 tickets in total and a maximum of four tickets per match.

Euro 2024 will be the 17th edition of the tournament and is set to take place from June 14 to July 14 in Germany.

The country was selected as host in September 2018 by the UEFA Executive Committee after winning by eight votes over Turkey.

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