With the dust settling on Ireland's triumphant effort against Bosnia in the Euro 2016 play-offs, thoughts now turn to getting over to France to cheer on the Boys In Green. Before the mad scramble begins, we have your guide on where to get tickets for Euro 2016.
Firstly, if you have found that you can't get your hands on them yet, don't worry. The bulk of the tickets have yet to be released. The majority will be made available after the group stages have been decided, with the draw itself scheduled to take place in Paris on December 12th. The date for the Irish ticket release is December 14th. There are tickets already available however these are just for specific stadiums on specific days so who will actually be playing in these venues is pure guess work.
Once the fixtures are released, the question then becomes where to get tickets for Euro 2016. Your best bet is to go through the official channels with UEFA acting as a hub for ticket purchasing. There is an application process for the tickets including stating your nationality.
There is four different tiers to the ticket prices depending on what stage of the tournament. Prices for the group stage and last 16 start for as little as €25 and go up to €105 and should we make it to the quarter finals tickets will then range from €45 to €195.
Semi final tickets start at €65 and go up to as much as €495 while tickets for the final in the Stade de France beginning at €85 and coming to €895 for tickets that sit you on the halfway line. UEFA also have packages available where by you have tickets for every match of your country but prices of these packages are unknown.
With tickets bound to sell out fast, make sure to put December 14th in the diary and pray you can find flights that won't cost you an arm and a leg.