ByJulio Ventura 2019-06-15 299
Munich - The European Championship 2020 will be a very special one, that's for sure. Not one or two countries will be the venue this time, but twelve. In addition to England and Spain, countries such as Russia and Romania will also be playing from 12 June 2020 to 12 July 2020. Of course, this pan-European European Championship will also take place in Germany: In Munich, football fans can look forward to three group matches and one quarter-final match. The two semi-final duels as well as the final will be played in London's Wembley Stadium.
Russia (St. Petersburg)
So if you want to experience an EM match live in the stadium, you can choose between several venues from Baku to Bilbao, but of course you need a ticket. These tickets can be purchased in advance, which started on Wednesday, 12 June 2019.
But don't worry, the first sales phase isn't about speed: you have until 12 July 2019 to apply for tickets. In the first phase, 1.5 million out of a total of three million tickets will be allocated - if demand exceeds supply, a lottery decision will be made. During the first sales phase, only individual tickets can be purchased.
The next sales phase is planned for December, shortly after the European Championship draw on 30 November 2019. Then you can apply for the so-called "Follow Your Team Tickets" - tickets for the matches of the respective national team. With these tickets you can then accompany your team through the entire tournament. The criteria for this application phase are determined by each association itself.
The third sales phase then starts shortly before the tournament starts in April 2020. Then the tickets of the federations that qualified for the European Championship 2020 via the playoffs will be sold.
The tickets will be sold by UEFA. Interested parties can apply on the internet platform euro2020.com/tickets.
EM 2020: How much do the tickets cost for the matches in Munich?
Ticket prices vary depending on the venue. Tickets for the three preliminary round matches in Munich are 50, 125 or 185 euros, depending on the category.
If the German national team qualifies successfully for the European Championship, the team of national coach Jogi Löw would probably also play at least two group matches in the Allianz Arena in Munich.
The prizes for one quarter-final match in Munich are 75, 145 or 225 euros, depending on the category.
In other host cities such as Baku or Budapest, tickets for the round of sixteen cost 30, 75 or 125 euros.
The prices for the knockout matches in London's Wembley Stadium, on the other hand, are 85, 195, 345 and 595 euros; for the final they rise to 95, 295, 595 and 945 euros.
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