Euro 2024 is set to be a festival of football (Picture: Getty)
And amongst the fans flocking across Europe in their droves will be England supporters, who are desperate for the Three Lions to end their almost 60-year wait for silverware on the international stage.
Gareth Southgate’s men are one of the favourites to go all the way when the tournament rolls around later this year – and the Euro 2020 runners-up have been boosted by a favourable group stage draw with their possible routes to the final now revealed.
England fans will not be the only British fans heading to Germany, however, with Steve Clarke’s Scotland having qualified for their second successive European Championship.
Here is your full guide to bagging a spot at Euro 2024.
How to buy Euro 2024 tickets
Tickets for Euro 2024 are being sold across three separate windows in order to ensure supporters have an equal opportunity to secure their spot at the tournament.
The first window was open between October 3, 2023 and October 26, 2023, which invited fans from across the globe to submit their ticket applications via the UEFA ticket portal.
England will be cheered on by Three Lions supporters in Germany (Picture: Getty)
Those who were successful in the lottery process were informed by UEFA on November 14, 2023 via email and the UEFA ticket portal.
The second phase, which coincided with the group stage draw, opened on December 2, 2023 and closed on December 12, 2023.
Supporters applied for these tickets via their national association portals and then through UEFA’s website.
These tickets will be allocated to members of national associations’ supporter groups based on loyalty points.
Applicants in the second phase will be informed of their success by the end of January at the latest.
The final ticket window will be open between March and April 2024, where supporters of the three teams who qualify through the UEFA Nations League playoff pathways will be given the opportunity to purchase a ticket.
There may be further opportunities to buy tickets later this year, with fans urged to follow the official UEFA website for more information.
Will there be a ticket resale window?
UEFA is set to open its own resale window in March 2024.
This will allow fans who are no longer able to attend matches to offer their purchased tickets for resale on the official UEFA EURO 2024 Resale Platform.
France will also be much fancied this summer (Picture: Getty)
How much do Euro 2024 tickets cost?
The cheapest tickets on offer at Euro 2024 are priced at €30 for the lowest category group stage fixtures.
All group stage tickets are priced between €30 to €200, with the exception of the opening game between Germany and Scotland in Munich, where tickets start at €50.
Tickets for the final at Berlin’s Olympiastadion range from €95 to €1,000.
DFB president Bernd Neuendorf has confirmed there have been 2.3 million requests alone for the showpiece final in the German capital on July 14.
Euro 2024 ticket prices
Round of 16 – from €50
Quarter-finals – from €60
Semi-finals – from €80
Final – from €95
How many tickets are available at Euro 2024?
Over 2.7 million tickets are being made available by UEFA for Euro 2024, withmore than 80% allocated to fans.
10,000 tickets will be reserved for fans of participating teams during group stage games, whilst 6,000 will be held for the Round of 16 and quarter-final clashes, 7,000 for the semi-finals and 10,000 for the final.