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How can Scotland fans get tickets to Euro 2024?



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Steve Clarke has led the Scottish men’s team to a European Championship a second time

The Euro 2024 group stage has been drawn and Scotland now know they will face hosts Germany in the opening game of the tournament.

Steve Clarke’s side will also face Switzerland and Hungary, who are also in Group A, when the competition gets under way next summer.

Scotland’s men have now reached back-to-back European Championships under Clarke, and have come through a qualifying group to reach a major finals for the first time since 1997.

But now that the Tartan Army know their side will be playing at Munich, Cologne and Stuttgart – even more fans will be scrambling to get tickets.

How do I get tickets for Euro 2024?

There are three ticketing windows for the tournament. The first already happened in October, the second is still under way and began after the group draw was made.

A third will be held between March and April, to allow fans of the three teams which make it through the play-offs to buy tickets.

Uefa’s website contains ticketing information for each country and fans have until 14:00 on 12 December to apply for tickets using Uefa’s ticket portal. People can apply for up to four tickets per game and up to one match per day.

A Uefa account must be created to apply and fans will then need to provide some details including the team they support, the matches they would like to attend and the quantity of tickets they want.

The allocation process will be completed by a lottery and will take place once the application window closes.

Results of the lottery will be communicated by 31 January 2024 at the latest, according to Uefa. And those successful will receive an email with a link to pay for their tickets.

You must be aged 18 or above to apply for tickets. Minors can attend the match as guests of a ticket buyer.

What about Scotland Supporters Club members?

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Special access codes used to buy tickets will be sent to members of the Scotland Supporters Club based on loyalty points

The Scotland Supporters Club (SSC) has been allocated 10,000 standard tickets per match in the group stage.

Members will also have to create a Uefa account but certain eligible members will be emailed a special access code from the SSC which allows them to buy tickets.

The SSC loyalty points system will be used to identify who is eligible to apply.

Fans on 12 points and higher will be given a guarantee to purchase a ticket for each of the group stage matches with a 24-hour window starting on 6 December at 12:00.

Fans on 11 points will have an option to purchase tickets, however from this stage of the sale it will be subject to availability.

If there are still tickets remaining, the SSC will issue codes as per the sales schedule until all three matches are sold out.

How much are the tickets?

Ticket prices have been split by stage of the tournament, with the group stage games being cheaper than the knockout games.

Fans can get their hands on tickets as low as €30 (£26) for the group stage games, while the most expensive seating on offer will cost €400 (£343).

As Scotland’s game against Germany is the opening game of the tournament, prices are higher – ranging from €50 (£42) all the way to €900 (£772).

Round-of-16 tickets start from €50 (£43), quarter-finals from €60 (£51), semi-finals from €80 (£68) and the final from €95 (£81).

What teams have qualified?

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21 teams have qualified for the tournament in Germany next summer

So far 21 teams have officially qualified for the tournament, while 12 others still have a chance of securing one of the remaining three places. The groups are:

Group A: Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland

Group B: Spain, Croatia, Italy, Albania

Group C: Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia, England

Group D: Netherlands, Austria, France, TBC

Group E: Belgium, Slovakia, Romania, TBC

Group F: Turkey, Portugal, Czechia, TBC

Where and when are Scotland’s group stage matches?

14 June – Germany v Scotland in Munich

19 June – Scotland v Switzerland in Cologne

23 June – Scotland v Hungary in Stuttgart

Each match kicks off at 20:00.

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