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Discussion in 'UEFA and Europe' started by noar1985, Mar 17, 2019.
Yeah quite possibly the case, dumped out of draw for duplication reasons.
lol aye its a chance we take tho. Cant complain when you break rules you got to accept the consequences.
Im only after the final now so hopefully some luck with my CAT 1 applications that are left.
Like picking up 8 Final Tickets in Russia, funny as got told off. They said fifa could cancel. 8 happy people FIFA didn’t give a stuff
They only said they'd let us know by the end of January. Still agree re dragging their heels. I'm expecting this week or definitely by the end of next week.
The myriad of UEFA double speak of we will do it when can be arsed
Let's get a nice surprise this week. I think they are clever enough to make payment window after february , so people get their paycheck and can pay.
Didn't care about pay checks last ballot, payment was middle of the month
Its been a month so I reckon tomorrow or Friday.
lol I hope
How much are the tickets in general for a euro game for a germany game? i'm trying to see if it's worth going to Munich - thanks!
I have 4 CAT 3 for Munich I am not going to use. So contact me neaer the time if you want em.
How much are they going for? i would be going alone, so just trying to price things out since i would be traveling from USA.
it depends on the CAT
How much do tickets cost?
So, the dates for the first ballot were that the window to apply closed on July 12, results were promised by "mid-August," results were emailed August 6, and we were giving 12 days to purchase.
This time the window closed on December 18 and results are promised by the end of January. So, they are leaving themselves two more weeks this time and we have already gone more days between close of the ballot and e-mail this time.
If you just mapped over how early the e-mails were from last time (day received versus day promised) it would be 9 days, which would put us in line for e-mails on January 21 and payment by February 3.
This is obviously all guess work, but I thought the dates would be nice to have as we all sit around and wait for the e-mails. I wonder if they are being more strategic this time -- taking a harder look at who ended up following through with their payments, trying to maximize sales for the lesser demand games, etc. I have trouble believing this is all completely random, but who can say for sure.
The dutch website just put this up
You can buy tickets for all matches in Baku using the access code baku2020
any code for the final?
I tried fotballscominghome2020 but it didn't work, what does it mean?
Cheers, unfortunately despite zooming I can't seem to view it so the figures are clearly legible (do I need to go to Specsavers? )
I don't suppose anyone who's been able to read it would care to advise what the odds of getting a ticket are based on these figures? Thanks!
Use google to read the whole article
The data on the left half of the table is what was requested for each category, while the right-hand side shows availability (bolded numbers in line with each fixture) vs. allocated tickets (numbers underneath the bolded figures).
OCC houders = Dutch supporters club members
Overige relaties = VIP all matches
The article summarises most of the data. The three group stage games in Amsterdam were oversubscribed for Dutch supporters club but undersubscribed for Dutch conditional knockout matches (except CAT3 R16 + FF Final).
My analysis of KNVB figures,
1. Only demand for the the three group matches exceeded supply (availability). Approximately 68% of need allocated.
2. Surprisingly, demand for conditional L16, QF, SF and F 40% less than demand for three group matches.
3. 100% of requests allocated for L16, QF, SF and F.
4. Surplus of tickets for each of these games available. 5477 for SF and 4853 for F. This is very positive!
I agree with you on everything and was also surprised demand was not generally greater but I can understand for the QF as they are likely to be in Baku.
Yes it is positive but the only down side is that I expected any tickets left from supporters groups would be offered in this phase to the rest of us and that looks like it will take quite some time now.
I think numbers for the QF and SF only really matter if each team in the possible path to the same QF and SF similarly undersubscribed. The team allotment seems to be about 10k for the semi, which means the total conditional allotment should be about 20k. So long as any two teams that could possibly play in that semi subscribe for their 10k each, they have to hold all 20k tickets from sale.
My guess is England have fully subscribed, for example. So, no matter what other teams’ numbers look like, if you want a knockout game in which England could possibly play, there are going to be fewer tickets available unless and until England are eliminated.
The under subscription does probably mean that lots of tickets will pop up during the tournament if the heavily subscribed teams are knocked out.
Swedes who had applied through Swedish football association are getting tickets today...
Edit: Applied through Uefa, but had to be members of Svff...