Ireland gets extra Euro ticket allocation

The Football Association of Ireland is delighted to announce that following talks between FAI CEO John Delaney and UEFA, an extra allocation of tickets for EURO 2016 has been made available for Republic of Ireland supporters.
6,502 more tickets have been received will be for the three Group E games against Sweden (June 13), Belgium (June 18), and Italy (June 22).
FAI CEO John Delaney said today: “I am very happy to say that following meetings with Nyon, Switzerland last Friday UEFA have awarded Republic of Ireland fans with 6,502 more tickets.
“These tickets will go some way to satisfying the huge demand for Ireland matches at EURO 2016.”
New Allocation for Republic of Ireland supporters for UEFA EURO 2016
Republic of Ireland v Sweden – 16,087 (13,000 + 3,087)
Belgium v Republic of Ireland – 7,095 (6,000 + 1,095)
Italy v Republic of Ireland – 9,320 (7,000 + 2,320)
There is now a combined total allocation of 32,502 tickets available for Republic of Ireland supporters. More than 275,000 tickets have been applied for, demonstrating just how heavily over-subscribed each fixture is.
UEFA will contact each applicant to inform them of the timeline expected for payments to be taken, while all applicants will be informed of their final status by February 29 at the latest.
The FAI would strongly recommend that supporters check with their bank that there are sufficient funds in their accounts to meet payments. If a supporters agreed to accept tickets in higher categories, pricing will increase accordingly and again supporters should ensure sufficient funds are available


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