Soccer fans of the 20 qualifying teams can begin applying to purchase tickets to the UEFA EURO 2020 games this week.

The UEFA announced this week that half of the tickets going on sale will be available within the cheapest price category, with prices for group stage matches starting at €30 in Baku, Bucharest, and Budapest, followed by €50 in other host cities. There will be 14,000 group stage tickets up-for-grabs for supporters of participating teams in Copenhagen, 20,000 tickets available in Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Dublin, Glasgow, and Saint Petersburg, 24,000 for games in Munich and Rome, and 28,000 available in London.

There are 12,000 tickets available for round of 16 in Amsterdam, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, and London, followed by 12,000 for quarter-finals in Baku, Munich, Rome, and Saint Petersburg. London semi-finals will offer 24,000 and the final match in London will have 26,000 up-for-grabs.

Supporters will be able to apply for tickets starting this Wednesday, December 4 through Wednesday December 18. Fans of the four play-off winners can apply for tickets after the ties have been completed on March 31, 2020. This year, the football association of each team has implemented its own application conditions for fans, allowing those who applied for “Follow My Team” tickets to be reimbursed if their teams gets knocked out of the competition.

This past summer, the UEFA received 19.3 million requests for the 1.5 million available tickets. Over three million tickets are available for the EURO 2020 with 82 percent of those tickets allocated for fans. The UEFA launched a “fan first” ticket strategy this summer following backlash from supporters over the proportions of seats available during the Champions League and Europa League finals.

Euro 2020 will run from June 12 to July 12, 2020. Fans can apply for tickets at