UEFA EURO 2020 (Qualifiers)

Macpotata

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Fans of the 20 qualified teams will be able to apply for tickets to watch their team’s UEFA EURO 2020 games when they go on sale exclusively via EURO2020.com from 14:00 CET on Wednesday 4 December.

Over half the tickets being made available for all games will be in the cheapest price category, with prices for group stage matches starting at €30 (in Baku, Bucharest and Budapest) and €50 in the other host cities.

Tickets for supporters of participating teams
Group stage
: Copenhagen (14,000 tickets for supporters of participating teams)

Group stage: Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Dublin, Glasgow and Saint Petersburg (20,000 tickets)

Group stage: Munich, Rome (24,000)

Group stage: London (28,000)

Round of 16: Amsterdam, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow and London (12,000)

Quarter-finals: Baku, Munich, Rome and Saint Petersburg (12,000)

Semi-finals: London (24,000)
 

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Will be in back in the UK for 3 weeks in June and having been to a few Euro’s before I wouldn’t mind snaring some tickets this time around either
 

Macpotata

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Will be in back in the UK for 3 weeks in June and having been to a few Euro’s before I wouldn’t mind snaring some tickets this time around either
Do it. Don't waste the opportunity.


Which games have you been to in the past?
 

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Do it. Don't waste the opportunity.


Which games have you been to in the past?
First Euros I went to was Euro 96 when I was living there. Went to Scotland v England, Italy v Germany in the group stages and then Germany v Croatia in the quarters and the final between Germany and the Czechs. Went to several WC’s so didn’t get back to the Euros until 2012 for a couple of games and then attended 3 games at the last Euros with the highlight being Italy v Spain in the quarters
 

Andonis1997

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what the fu** happened to you guys. Gone off the radar again.
Corrupt government/league (Greeks amirite) which has kinda been sorted by FIFA, and then the golden generation of 2004 were all mid 20s early 30s so they retired. Our list is all young players nowadays so it'll take a while to gel, but we're playing some very decent attacking football, which I've never seen from Greece - evah. Our U19s and lower are doing well also.

We sacked our coach with 3 games to go and now moved up to 54th in the world under John van t'Schip after we beat both Bosnia and Finland. We're back on track for the WC, I think. Exciting times :)
 

Macpotata

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First Euros I went to was Euro 96 when I was living there. Went to Scotland v England, Italy v Germany in the group stages and then Germany v Croatia in the quarters and the final between Germany and the Czechs. Went to several WC’s so didn’t get back to the Euros until 2012 for a couple of games and then attended 3 games at the last Euros with the highlight being Italy v Spain in the quarters
That's ******* sensational. First class. Not sure if you've mentioned that before but just the discussion of those games are awesome and bring back great memories. Gascgoine's goal, Zola's penalty miss vs the Germans which meant Italy were eliminated in the group. A solid German outfit withstanding a sturdy Croatian unit winning 2-1 led by Kilnsman and Co. The Euro 2016 match was an Italian masterclass where they should have won 5-0 and played the Spaniards off the park which imo was the best display of the whole event. Italy were missing several stars already going into Euro 2016 and were missing several more with significant injuries against the Spaniards.


You're only lucky fella.
 

Macpotata

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So are the qualifiers officially done? Google has a bunch of random games in March listed, not sure what that's about.
Sixteen teams compete in the play-off section of Euro 2020 qualifying. They are divided into four groups, with one team from each section advancing to the tournament.

Mar 26Iceland -Romania
Mar 26Bulgaria-Hungary
Mar 31Winner semi-final 1-Winner semi-final 2


Mar 26Bosnia & Herzegovina-Northern Ireland
Mar 26Slovakia-Republic of Ireland
Mar 31Winner semi-final 1-Winner semi-final 2


Mar 26Scotland-Israel
Mar 26Norway-Serbia
Mar 31Winner semi-final 1-Winner semi-final 2


Mar 26Georgia-Belarus
Mar 26North Macedonia-Kosovo


lol look at the last lot of games. Belarus, Georgia, North Macedonia ( didn't know they changed names ) or Kosovo will be at the Euros.
 

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Just had a look at the 12 host cities group games. Italy, Denmark, England, Netherlands, Spain and Germany are all at home for all 3 group games. IMO, they should have been kept away from their home stadiums (Germany games in Budapest where the other Group F games are hosted rather than all 3 in Munich for example).
 

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Just had a look at the 12 host cities group games. Italy, Denmark, England, Netherlands, Spain and Germany are all at home for all 3 group games. IMO, they should have been kept away from their home stadiums (Germany games in Budapest where the other Group F games are hosted rather than all 3 in Munich for example).
That would be absolutely ridiculous.
 

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Imagine if Russia win it.

The consequences of WADA's ruling dictate that no Russian government representatives may participate in or attend any Olympic or other sports event put on by a major event organisation over the four-year period. As such, Russian president Vladimir Putin will not be able to attend the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, nor the 2022 World Cup -- should the ban affect that tournament.

Additionally, Russia may not host any major event in the four-year period, and where the right to host such an event has already been awarded to Russia, that right must be withdrawn and re-assigned to another country as far as is legally or practically possible.

The 2020 European Championship football tournament, in which Russia's Saint Petersburg Stadium is set to host several games, is not considered a major event by WADA, therefore Russian participation and hosting will not be affected.
 

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