Euro 2020 tickets Hampden

#7
170 quid to sit side on is mental. The game could be Iceland v Switzerland. Their isnt going to be much of a travelling support for games as the venues are sprayed all over europe. Its mental
Not sure about that really for the group stages, especially the Group Hampden and Wembley have will surely see decent away support?
 
#16
Set price for the group games at all stadiums, but presumably the other stadiums won't be total shit-tips like Hampden is.
Hope they get a shite group and fail to sell the tickets. Fuuck the SFA for reneging on the agreement to give Ibrox priority for a European final, fuuck the SFA for the way they treated us in 2012, heck fuuck the SFA full stop.
 
#26
I had originally registered my interest as a volunteer at the Glasgow matches. I got an email from them last week asking me to to formally register, the rallying call was a message from Martin Compston. Email swiftly deleted.
Multi millionaire Compston who lives in Las Vegas. Next he will be telling us who to vote for...
 
#28
Tragic that neither this or the 2022 World Cup are being held in Spain.

All the ingredients for a brilliant competition, hopefully get the 2030 World Cup in a joint bid with Portugal.
 
#31
Is it totally random what countries could be in the group with games at Hampden? Or any science behind it?
I'm guessing other host countries won't be there?
Have a read of wiki and you’ll soon understand.

England and Scotland qualify its 2 home matches each and a coin toss for who hosts the Auld Enemy fixture for example.

If you qualify and are a host you definitely get 2 matches at home.
 

rangeral

Well-Known Member
#32
Yes any country that qualifies and is a host city will get to play in their stadium twice

So Scotland could play 2 at Hampden if they qualify still have the nation League play-off next March to have that chance
 

bigy

Well-Known Member
#33
Better get a no deal Brexit quick to try and get into the diddy countries pricing.

Seriously though, £45 is ok but if you’re in row A you are screwed - over £100 for the rest of the stadium is absurd. If I wanted to take my wife and kids we’d be a minimum £180 behind the goals, or if we wanted a decent view it’s be well over £490 for a trip to that dump.

I could by a season ticket for that!!
 

rangeral

Well-Known Member
#34
Have a read of wiki and you’ll soon understand.

England and Scotland qualify its 2 home matches each and a coin toss for who hosts the Auld Enemy fixture for example.

If you qualify and are a host you definitely get 2 matches at home.
London and Glasgow are paired hence that could be an issue

Wembley got an extra 4 games after Brussels had to pull out as their new stadium was behind and didn't meet UEFA deadline
 

Linfieldloyal

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
#38
Have a read of wiki and you’ll soon understand.

England and Scotland qualify its 2 home matches each and a coin toss for who hosts the Auld Enemy fixture for example.

If you qualify and are a host you definitely get 2 matches at home.
Cheers, so England will play 1 group match at Hampden and a good chance it'll be Spain playing their in the last 16 match
 
#45
Ouch. Those ticket costs are over-the-top - more expensive than 2016.

I think the general intention of spreading it around Europe is a good idea. It provides an opportunity for many to watch top quality football. And then they go and set these prices...
 
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