Euro 2024 tickets

June 14th - July 14th, 2024 Germany Tickets

The Euro 2024 (European Football Championship) will be the seventeenth edition of the tournament, organized by UEFA. The Euro 2024 will once again bring together the best European football nations. The competition will take place in 10 different cities from June 14th until July 14th, 2024 in Germany.

Euro 2024 qualifiers

A total of 55 teams, divided into 10 groups of 5 to 6 teams (Group A to Group J) will battle during the Euro qualifiers to try to win one of the 20 qualifying spots for the European Football Championship. The last four places are awarded by a play-off format for which the best teams (non-qualified for the Euro) will be drawn from each of the four leagues (A, B, C, and D) of the UEFA Nations League.

Euro 2024 draw

The Euro 2024 will take place in November 2023: The 20 nations + 4 nations to qualify via the Nations League play-offs were drawn into 6 groups of 4 (from Group A to Group F), where each nation will face every other team from the same group. As a result, there will be a total of 6 matches per group. Please note that matches for every group are played in two different cities.

Euro 2024 tickets and fixtures

Below you will find a list of all the 2024 Euro matches with tickets available. If you are a big fan of football and a fellow supporter of your country, why not book tickets for a match? With footballticket.club, you can review availability and prices for every match of the Euro 2024. This will allow you to buy Euro 2024 tickets for a match of the European Football Championship at the best online price. 

Group stages

The calendar for the Euro 2024 group stage will be confirmed after the Euro qualifiers (End of 2023)

Euro 2024 Knockout stages

European Football Championship logo Final

Sun 14 July
Berlin, Olympiastadion
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The 10 stadiums and cities hosting the Euro 2024

After a Euro 2020 (played in 2021) scattered in 11 major European cities, the Euro 2024 has regained its traditional format with all the matches played in a single country: Germany. Ten stadiums, from ten different cities, have been chosen to host the matches.

  • Berlin, Olympia Stadion
  • Munich, Allianz Arena
  • Dortmund, Westfalenstadion (Signal Iduna Park)
  • Gelsenkirchen, Arena AufSchalke
  • Stuttgart, Mercedes-Benz Arena
  • Hamburg, Volksparkstadion
  • Düsseldorf, Merkur Spiel-Arena
  • Köln, RheinEnergieStadion
  • Frankfurt, Waldstadion
  • Leipzig, Red Bull Arena

The Euro 2024 final will be celebrated at Olympiastadion on July 14th, 2024 in Berlin.


The winners of the European football championship

Spain and Germany both share the top spot in the European football championship winner rankings. Both nations have won the trophy 3 times. Spain is however the only nation to win two consecutive editions of the Euro (2008 and 2012). Italy, current Euro Cup holders, and The French national team are just behind in the classification with 2 wins each.

  • Spain: 3 titles (1964, 2008, 2012)
  • Germany: 3 titles (1972a, 1980a, 1996)
  • Italy: 2 titles (1968, 2020b)
  • France: 2 titles (1984, 2000)
  • Portugal: 1 title (2016)
  • Greece: 1 title (2004)
  • Denmark: 1 title (1992)
  • Netherlands: 1 title (1988)
  • Russia: 1 title (1960c)
  • Czech Republic: 1 title (1976d)

a: RFA (West Germany)
b: The Euro 2020 was played in 2021
c: USSR (Soviet Union)
d: Czechoslovakia