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Want to go to Euro 2016? Here's how you can apply for tickets

800,000 tickets for next summer’s European Championships went on sale today.

Fans will find out if they have been successful before the end of February.
Fans will find out if they have been successful before the end of February.
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THE EURO 2016 ticket scramble is underway with a further 800,000 tickets for the tournament now on sale.

Irish fans hoping to follow the Boys in Green to France next summer have until 18 January to apply for the golden tickets.

Martin O’Neill’s side kick off their Group E campaign against Sweden in the Stade de France on Monday 13 June.

They then travel to face Belgium in Bordeaux on Saturday 18 before finishing the group stages against Italy in Lille on Wednesday 22.

An initial batch of one million tickets were made available earlier this summer but today marks the first sales window since the end of the qualification campaign.

Fans can apply through the Euro 2016 ticket portal here and select tickets for a single match or a “Follow My Team” ticket which also includes conditional tickets for any knockout stage matches.

Tickets for the group stage matches are priced at €25, €55, €105 and €145. Each applicant can apply for a maximum of four tickets per match, or four “Follow My Team” tickets.

Applications opened today, but every valid application received before the window closes has the same chance of being successful.

“For all matches where demand exceeds supply, tickets will be allocated in accordance with the respective process set by each competing team,” Uefa said.

“All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their requests by the end of February 2016 at the latest.”

Further details are available here.

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