Now we’re all agreed that football’s coming home, England fans may be wondering: how can I get Euro 2020 tickets?
England beat Denmark in the semi-finals on Wednesday, and now face Italy in the final on Sunday.
At the time of writing, a very small number of Euro 2020 tickets remain available through official channels. Here is how to buy them.
How can I get Euro 2020 tickets?
Ticket sales for the tournament are operated by Uefa, European football’s governing body, and largely took place back in 2019.
The vast majority of tickets for the games at Wembley have long since been snapped up, but a few seats are still available.
All 66,000 seats for England’s semi-final with Denmark sold out, including around 8,000 to the visitors and all Uefa hospitality packages.
It’s a different story for the final – but you will need deep pockets.
Hospitality tickets and secondary ticketing sites
As of Thursday morning, there were a handful of hospitality packages still available for the final.
All regular tickets have been sold. And four out of five categories of hospitality ticket had also sold out.
The only option left through official channels, then, is the most expensive Private Suite Gold package.
It costs €7,300 per person and offers a superior pitch view and access to a lounge with dining and entertainment. To check current availability vist Uefa’s site here.
For those willing to take a chance on the resale market, tickets for the final are being offered online for £2,000-£5,000 each.
However, it should be stressed that Uefa expressly forbids the reselling of tickets and buyers may therefore be denied entry.
How ticket demand surged after England win
Internet traffic data reveals how England fans rushed to search for tickets after the win over Germany.
Google searches for ‘Euro 2020 tickets’ increased more than 10-fold on earlier in the day. Searches for ‘Euro 2020 final tickets’ were 25 times higher after the game.