Ticket Sales for Scotland's Euro 2024 to Resume on Thursday
Scotland's Football Association (SFA) will restart the sale of Euro 2024 tickets on Thursday following a suspension due to a technical glitch. Initially, ineligible fans received erroneous access codes.
Starting from 7 December at noon, only supporters holding 12 or more loyalty points will be permitted to apply for tickets. The SFA has invalidated all previous codes and will issue new ones on Thursday for member purchases.
The glitch prompted an apology from the SFA, advising fans to ignore the old codes. Revised codes for those with 12 to 32 points will be distributed before the sales commence at midday.
Wednesday's planned sales for eligible fans were postponed by nearly 45 minutes after fans with 11 loyalty points mistakenly received codes. This criterion is typically for supporters who attend away games.
Now, those on 11 points will have to wait an additional day, to Thursday, to try and purchase any remaining tickets. The loyalty point requirement for buying tickets will reduce by one point daily until potentially opening up to all members by 14 December.
Scotland's first match of the tournament is against Germany in Munich on 14 June, followed by matches against Switzerland in Cologne on 19 June and Hungary in Stuttgart on 23 June.