If it hasn't started to sink in yet, it's about to, as UEFA have today released information as to how Irish fans can get their tickets for this summer's tournament.
UEFA have confirmed that ticket sales for UEFA EURO 2016 will start on Monday, December 14 at 11am and will close on Monday, January 18, 2016 at 11am.
The UEFA ticketing portal can be accessed through the following link - UEFA.com
EURO2016.com is the only official sales channel for match tickets.
A maximum of four tickets per applicant per match applies.
At the time of application, fans will be required to provide his/her first name, surname, date of birth, gender, country of residence and nationality, telephone number, email address, passport number, postal address, up-to-date credit card details and FAI account number. Upon UEFA's request, the applicant shall provide the personal data of his/her guests.
Supporters will be able to choose from three different ticket types: Accessibility Tickets, Single Tickets, and Follow My Team Tickets
There will be four different categories of tickets made available for each game:
Successful applicants will begin to receive notification from UEFA in February. Unsuccessful applicants notifications will be approximately three weeks after successful applicants as more tickets could become available following the first round of tickets being offered.
€25 for the cheapest ticket in the group stages? Yes please.
via FAI press release.