The second round of ticket sales for Euro 2024 in Germany will begin on December 4, two days after the group draw for the final tournament scheduled for June 14 to July 14 next year, the German Football Association (DFB) announced on Monday. There will be one million tickets available for fans of 21 national teams that will then have their place in the tournament.
More than 1.2 million tickets were sold in the first round of sales, and customers were chosen by lottery. A total of 20 million candidates applied to buy tickets, although at that moment only the dates and stadiums where the home team would play their matches in the group stage were known. Ticket prices range from 30 euros for the cheapest seats to 1,000 euros for the most expensive options for watching the final matches that will be played on July 14 at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin. So far, only four teams have secured their place at Euro 2024 – host Germany and national teams from Austria, Denmark, Spain and Switzerland.
On Monday, Ukraine and Italy will meet in group C, the Czech Republic and Moldova in group E, and Slovenia and Kazakhstan in group H. Croatia is currently leading Group D with just one match remaining against Wales on Tuesday night. If they win this match or draw it goes to extra time or penalties they could secure direct qualification to Euro 2024 but if not they will play a playoff by winning their League of Nations Group F .