Key information for euro 2020 spectators

Euro 2021 ticket prices

Round Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Fans First
Group stage €125 — €185 €75 — €125 €30 to €50 N/A
Round of 16 €125 — €185 €75 — €125 €30 to €50 N/A
Quarter-finals €125 — €225 €€75 — €145 €30 — €75 N/A
Semi-finals €595 €345 €195 €85
Final €945 €595 €295 €95

*Prices can fluctuate a bit according to the hosting city, but the above should give you a good baseline for reference.

There are also VIP and hospitality tickets that include catering, parking passes, special backstage access, meet and greet and private boxes — prices will vary.

Euro past winners and euro final results:

  • 1988 Netherlands 2-0 Soviet Union
  • 1992 Denmark 2-0 Germany
  • Stadio Olimpico (Italy) — Rome
  • 1996 Germany 2-1 Czech Republic
  • 2000 France 2-1 Italy
  • 2004 Greece 1-0 Portugal
  • 2008 Spain 1-0 Germany
  • 2012 Spain 4-0 Italy
  • 2016 Portugal 1-0 France

How to buy Euro 2021 tickets?

UEFA 2020 tickets are not easy to come by, your best bet is to buy tickets via the official channels, There are few general rounds for buying tickets via the UEFA ticket portal.

The ticket application for tickets for teams that qualified will take place from the month of December 2019, if you have met your countries national football association’s qualifications and requirements then you will be able to buy tickets during this period.

Fans whose team only qualified during the playoffs in march will have an option to register for tickets from the month of April.

If euro tickets are sold out through the UEFA portal, then you will still be able to find tickets via resale platforms, look for Euro tickets from safe sites here on SeatPick where we take the hassle of buying tickets to the 2020 UEFA Euro soccer matches by comparing the best and safest sites in one platform.

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Euro 2021 attendance update

UEFA has made it a strict requirement that each host city will put games on with a minimum of 25 percent fan capacity in the stands.
As of now, Dublin and Bilbao will not host their games after confirming that they would not be able to meet UEFA’s demands.
The games in those cities have been moved to Saint Petersburg and Seville.

Confirmed information from the following host cities:

  • Amsterdam – At least 25%, possible increase
  • Baku – 50%, with no foreign spectators permitted other than citizens of participating teams
  • Bucharest – At least 25%, possible increase
  • Budapest – Full capacity
  • Copenhagen – 25% – 33%, possible increase
  • Glasgow – 25%
  • London – At least 25%, possible increase
  • Munich – At least 20%
  • Rome – At least 25%, possible increase
  • Saint Petersburg – At least 50%, possible increase
  • Seville – 30%

UEFA Euro 2021 Tickets

The European Championship or as some like to call it the Euro is a UEFA tournament that takes place once every four years, the last euro was hosted by France and some might say that it will be the last Euro that was hosted by only one country.

The Euro 2021 version is truly a European event as the tournament will be hosted by 12 different countries in 12 different cities and you guessed it 12 different venues.

This Euro will be the first Euro with 24 teams after UEFA decided to increase the number of participating countries from 20.

The Winner and runner-up from each group will advance to the next round to the Euro round of 16.