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EURO 2016 Ticket Sales for Croatian Fans to Start


Croatian football fans looking to go to France next summer for the UEFA Euro 2016 will be able to start applying for tickets from next week…

Applications for tickets for fans of national teams that have qualified will open on 14 December 2015 at 12:00 (CET) and will last until 18 January 2016 at 12:00 (CET) on the portal EURO2016.com.

Croatian fans with Croatian citizenship or residence in Croatia will be able to apply on the website in the first ticket selling window. UEFA have stressed that tickets for fans will not be distributed via any agency and urged fans not to accept any agreement with third-party touts.

Tickets can be purchased only via MasterCard or Visa credit cards with no facilities to pay via any other credit or debit cards. The tournament will be held from 10 June – 10 July.

Tickets have been split into 4 categories:

75, 195, 395 and 595 EUR opening match
25, 55, 105 and 145 EUR for group matches and second round matches
45, 85, 135 and 195 EUR for quarter-finals
65, 165, 295 and 495 EUR for semi-finals
85, 295, 595 and 895 EUR for the final

Tickets will be delivered to the buyers address with 8 EUR delivery fee in France and 15 EUR outside of France.

For more info visit the UEFA EURO2016 ticketing site.

(photo/drago sopta hns)

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