UEFA Euro 2024 ticket resale platform re-opens

The final ticket resale window for this year’s UEFA European Championship has opened, with fans able to secure their place at the tournament until it closes on April 15.

These tickets will then be made available at the beginning of May together with any other remaining tickets in the final sales phase.

Between March 6 and 11, fans had the chance to list their unwanted tickets for resale at face value. Just 39,398 tickets were offered for resale via UEFA’s ticketing portal, which is the lowest ever total compared to previous editions of the tournament.

UEFA claims that this “demonstrates the immense interest” in the event which is set to take place in Germany from June 14 to July 14 this year.

“It is expected that the number of tickets to be put on resale during this second phase will be very low,” read a UEFA statement.

“Therefore, UEFA will release further tickets as part of the last-minute ticket sales which will start in parallel.

“Along with a significant number of restricted view tickets, any further tickets which become available after the operational finalisation of the stadium set-ups determining the exact number of seats will be included in this ticket release.

“The last-minute sale will run until all tickets are sold and is expected to be the last chance for fans to secure a ticket before the tournament starts on 14 June.”

UEFA has issued a reminder to fans to steer clear of any unofficial platform to buy or sell tickets, in order to prevent being scammed with invalid tickets.

Euro 2024 is due to be the 17th edition of the tournament and is taking place in Germany after the country was selected as host in September 2018. It was chosen by the UEFA Executive Committee after beating Turkey by eight votes.

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