Tickets have gone on sale for the Euro 2020 tournament, including for the four games to be staged in Dublin at the Aviva Stadium.
The portal will remain open until July 12th and if as expected, demand exceeds the available number of tickets, then a lottery system will be applied.
Each application will be limited to four tickets in each price category at the matches and to one match per day, preventing a mass assault on every game by organised ticket touts.
There are four games taking place in Dublin, on Monday, June 15th, Friday, June 19th, Wednesday, June 24th all in Group E and on Tuesday, June 30th in the Round of 16.
Dublin is one of twelve cities across the continent where games are taking place. It is assured that if the Republic of Ireland qualify for the tournament that at least two of their group games will be in Dublin.
The ticket prices are in three categories of €50, €125 and €185, pricing which is replicated across all the regular group stage games.
2.5 million tickets will be available at €50 for the Group stage matches.
Tickets for the Final, to be played at Wembley Stadium are also in three categories starting at €295 and going up to €945.
40,000 tickets for each of the semi-finals will be set aside for fans of the teams involved and will be priced at €95.
In the first hour of the application portal opening up, there were applications for 300,000 of the 3 million tickets that will be sold.
There is no preference given to early applications so everyone who registers their interest before July 12 will go into the lottery.
Notice of success or otherwise in your application will be given by mid-August with a window then to pay in full using debit or credit card or the Chinese Alipay system which is an official sponsor of UEFA for the next eight years.
Click on the image below to bring you through to the application portal, and good luck.