The ticket hunt for Euro 2016 starts today. Supporters can apply for Euro 2016 tickets from 11am this morning. Fans can apply for up to four tickets per match and the closing date for applications is 18 January.
How are tickets allocated?
42% are intended for the general public, 32% are allocated for the supporters of the participating nations and 12% are preserved for commercial partners.
The remainder are reserved for hospitality (6%), the host city and national authorities (2%), broadcast partners (1%), VIP guests (1%), and a collective entitled 'the football family' (3%).
Given that 32% are allocated solely to the supporters from the competing nations, that means Ireland's ticket allocation will be 16% of the stadium capacity.
- Ireland v Sweden (Monday, 13 June - Stade de France) - 81, 338 capacity - Irish allocation - 13,015
- Ireland v Belgium (Saturday, 18 June - Bordeaux) - 42,115 capacity - Irish allocation - 6,740
- Ireland v Italy (Wednesday, 22 June - Lille) 50, 186 capacity - Irish allocation - 8,030
Ticket prices will range from €25 to €145 depending on where in the ground you are situated. Disabled supporters tickets will cost €25 regardless of where one is seated.
From 11 a.m. today you get apply for tickets by following this link to the UEFA website.
If one misses out of tickets in the public ballot, then there is still a chance to get your hands on tickets in March and April, via Uefa's official ticket resale portal.