Euro 2020 - Tickets Thread

Discussion in 'UEFA and Europe' started by noar1985, Mar 17, 2019.

  1. Ric_Braz

    Ric_Braz Member+

    May 13, 2009
    Wiltshire, UK.
    Club:
    AFC Wimbledon
    Nat'l Team:
    England
    I agree with your sentiments and yes should be just tickets but as far as I am concerned it is not Baku bashing.
     
  2. welshbairn

    welshbairn Member

    Clachnacuddin
    Scotland
    Jul 31, 2019
    Is that similar to the Glasgow kiss?
     
  3. hearts123

    hearts123 Member

    May 18, 2009
    Aye mate it changed a while back to Baku Bashing while we wait :)
     
  4. JohnnyEuro

    JohnnyEuro Member

    Mar 9, 2016
    Today could be the day - or not. :D
     
  5. belfasteric

    belfasteric Member

    Man utd
    Northern Ireland
    Apr 22, 2014
    Northern Ireland
    Club:
    Glentoran FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Northern Ireland
    More data
     

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  6. Ric_Braz

    Ric_Braz Member+

    May 13, 2009
    Wiltshire, UK.
    Club:
    AFC Wimbledon
    Nat'l Team:
    England
    They do love telling us about the number of requests but funnily enough never mention how many tickets actually sold.
     
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  7. Grecian123

    Grecian123 New Member

    Aug 4, 2019
    So of the 630,000 Wembley tickets, 375,000 have been sold to the public so far.

    Have we got similar data for the other venues?

    It doesn't sound like there will be much of a FCFS if the re-sale portal opens at the end of Feb. That's where the real fun and games starts for those of you that have time on your hands.
     
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  8. Ric_Braz

    Ric_Braz Member+

    May 13, 2009
    Wiltshire, UK.
    Club:
    AFC Wimbledon
    Nat'l Team:
    England
    Interesting that 76% of 2nd Round at Wembley are sold to English people when it will definitely not have England playing. having said that 76% of what tickets sold?
     
  9. zimsky

    zimsky New Member

    Jan 27, 2020
    Maybe they think that England will play all possible matches at Wembley
     
  10. popularside

    popularside Member

    Dec 14, 2009
    dublin
    Club:
    --other--
    Nat'l Team:
    Ireland Republic
    I see Henry Winter tweeted the figure. says he got it from the UEFA website. I cannot find it. would love to see figures for all venues particularly Dublin.
     
  11. mazinio

    mazinio Member

    Apr 16, 2014
    Club:
    FC Barcelona
    So 60% of total tickets wembley are sold.
    The rest is mainly sponsors ?
    I guess First come phase for wembley (unpaid or unsold tickets) is near zero right ?
    Also when UEFA says 375k ticket request done for wembley, does it mean 375k client request (which each has 1 or more ticket) or number of total ticket requested is 375k (lets say 150k client requests) ?
     
  12. Petersonnn

    Petersonnn Member

    Jan 7, 2016
    Club:
    FC Barcelona
    They forgot to mention that in 2016 you had to tell your CC data to request tickest and this time not...

    February resale portal makes me think that the unpaid tickets this time going there and not to emails learning from the first fiasco - I think. End of February is really close though, they could have mentioned the exact date.
     
  13. popularside

    popularside Member

    Dec 14, 2009
    dublin
    Club:
    --other--
    Nat'l Team:
    Ireland Republic
    It means 375,000 tickets sold. So 375,000 seats for the games at Wembley and bought and paid for. So 40% of the tickets for the 7 Wembley games are still unsold. Now it does not mean 40% of each game is still unsold. I suspect the unsold figure is higher for the semis and finals. Sponsors, other national Football associations would still have options on tickets as of now. There are probaby more of these outstanding for the semis and final.

    I cannot find where Henry Winter got his figure. I am sure it is correct as he is a longstanding repected journalist. However I'd love to know and see if the other venue figures are there.
     
  14. brogigi

    brogigi New Member

    Juventus
    Italy
    Feb 14, 2020
    Hello everyone. Do you know how you can check your guests id/birth etc. from phase 2? I bought tickets but i'm not sure if all the details are correct. I see only the names :unsure:
     
  15. mazinio

    mazinio Member

    Apr 16, 2014
    Club:
    FC Barcelona
    I meant when UEFA says there are 9m ticket requests in phase 2, does it mean 9 million requests for tickets or x number of client requests for a total of 9m tickets
     
  16. Grecian123

    Grecian123 New Member

    Aug 4, 2019
    It means 9 million individual tickets were requested from an unknown number of people. Not 9 million client requests.

    I think Henry Winter got his numbers from a briefing that will have been given to the media but clearly not published or shared with the rest of us.

    If they are willing to open the portal from the end of Feb I would suggest that means they are happy with number of tickets sold so far. It wouldn't make sense for them to open that rather than do FCFS because you're just opening up competition with us normal punters who may also have unwanted tickets from applications.
     
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  17. Sweden555

    Sweden555 New Member

    Jan 10, 2016
    Someone told me the rules in Italy for entering a Stadium is more tough than other countries.

    In Italy the law says to enter a stadium on a event with 5000 people or more its obligated to have your name on ticket and have the matching ID.

    what do you think about this?
     
  18. Asgspecial

    Asgspecial New Member

    Manchester United
    England
    Feb 11, 2020
    If you go back a few pages this has been covered in plenty of detail, many times
     
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  19. Martinol

    Martinol New Member

    Liverpool FC
    Poland
    Feb 5, 2020
    I also see only name & surname. Maybe you will be able to access this data later. It would be worth checking them before they send tickets since in Italy someone may want to verify IDs.
     
  20. themanlarry

    themanlarry Member

    Nov 14, 2005
    “Fans who want to attend Euro 2020 matches in St. Petersburg applied for more than 1.8 million tickets,” the release said. “During the second phase of sales in December 2019, 810 thousand tickets were requested, about 1 million more applications were submitted during the first phase of sales. Demand is more than seven times the capacity of the stadium "St. Petersburg", according to this indicator it is the fourth among 12 arenas of the tournament. "

    It is noted that the most sought-after match of the tournament that will be held in St. Petersburg is the game between the national teams of Russia and Finland: 71.8% of the tickets are reserved for fans of the hosts, 20.3% for the guests. The Russians are also highly interested in the match of the national team against the Belgian national team (more than 83.3% of tickets) and the quarterfinal scheduled for July 3 (76.9%). For the game between the teams of Finland and Belgium, half of the applications came from the Russians, a third from the Finnish fans and more than 5% from the Belgian ones.


    https://tass.ru/sport/7763473
     
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  21. Ric_Braz

    Ric_Braz Member+

    May 13, 2009
    Wiltshire, UK.
    Club:
    AFC Wimbledon
    Nat'l Team:
    England
    From another source some rather mixed figures...

    UEFA received just 90,000 applications for tickets for Euro 2020 games at Hampden during December.

    The tournament is to take place across 12 cities and Glasgow received the second lowest amount of applications during a busy period for UEFA.

    Azerbaijan capital Baku is the only venue with less than Glasgow, with London getting two million in comparison to Scotland's dismal figures.

    Baku has just 55k, while the next closest to Scotland is Bucharest who have had more than 100k more applications than Glasgow.

    It comes despite there being an unprecedented level of ticket requests with almost nine million during December.

    That figure is more than three times the number requested for the same period in the build up to Euro 2016.

    A total of 28.3m has been made throughout the process with London and Munich the top two.

    Copenhagen is the third city with more than one million requests.
    Dublin has had 465k applications while Italian capital Rome is on 425k.
    Of the four games due to be held at Hampden, the clash between Croatia and Czech Republic has been the most sought after so far.
     
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  22. welshbairn

    welshbairn Member

    Clachnacuddin
    Scotland
    Jul 31, 2019
    Scots have been disappointed too often in the last few decades to get excited about the Euros, yet anyway.
     
  23. Sweden555

    Sweden555 New Member

    Jan 10, 2016
    There are almost 3000 posts in this thread.
    My question was specific about rules in Italy vs rest of the world.
     
  24. hearts123

    hearts123 Member

    May 18, 2009
    Im a Scot and I’ll be very surprised if we get thru. Not applied for any Hampden tickets.
     

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