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Expert Guide to the Euro Draw: Insights on Opponents, Schedule, and Ticket Costs


Nov 22, 2023

The European Football Championship qualifications concluded on Tuesday evening, leaving behind some record-breaking victories and a handful of surprises. France notably achieved a record victory over Gibraltar with a score of 14-0. Meanwhile, Portugal achieved maximum performance, and four national teams, Cyprus, Gibraltar, Malta, and San Marino, ended the qualifications without a single point. Albania emerged as the most pleasant surprise of the qualifications.

The second round of Euro ticket sales will start on December 4th with one million tickets available for fans of 21 national teams participating in the tournament. The prices of tickets range from 30 euros for the cheapest seats to 1,000 euros for the most expensive options for watching the final match that will be played on July 14th at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin.

The European Championship will be played from June 14th to July 14th next year. This will be the third Euro with 24 national teams, and Germany will host 51 matches in ten stadiums across ten cities. This will be Germany’s third time hosting the championship, having hosted it previously in 1988 and four games in 2021.

The qualifications for the Euro also saw Belgium, France, Portugal, Spain, England, Hungary, Albania, Denmark

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