Over a million tickets have already been sold in the first sales phase for the European Championship finals in Germany, and more than 20 million applications have been received. Only Germany, England, France and Spain received more applications than from Austria – even though the venues, dates and opponents of the ÖFB selection had not yet been determined. That changed with the draw on Saturday evening. Austria was drawn from Pot 2 into a tough group, will face France, the Netherlands in Germany and the play-off winner from Path A, where the winner from Poland against Estonia will meet the winner of the Wales against Finland game in the final.
European Championship draw
Austria’s big chance to prove itself
With the end of the draw, the second sales phase has now begun, with around one million tickets going on sale again. Fans now have the opportunity to register until December 12th at 2 p.m UEFA ticket portal to apply for tickets. You can apply for up to four tickets of the same price category and for one game per day. Applications may be completely, partially or not at all successful. This means: Tickets can be allocated for all, some or none of the games in the application. However, if tickets are allocated for a specific game, fans will always receive the full number of tickets requested. The draw will decide whether there will be such a large number of people. If your application is successful, you will be informed by January 31st at the latest.
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At the start of the European Championship finals, Austria will face France in Düsseldorf on June 17th, in Berlin on June 21st they will first face the play-off winner, who will be determined at the end of March, and on June 25th against the Netherlands . A third sales phase will follow shortly before the tournament. A “last-minute sale” is only planned during the tournament for the knockout round.